Coaching Supervision

Coaching Supervision

I’m currently working towards my coaching supervision diploma with ICCS (International Centre for Coach Supervision, accredited with AC, EMCC and ICF), and I’m looking for volunteer supervisees for my practice hours.

What is Coaching Supervision?
Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both you as a coach and your clients.

In Coaching Supervision we focus on:
-Exploring the coach’s internal process through reflective practice
– Reviewing the coaching agreement and any other psychological or physical contacts, both implicit and explicit
– Uncovering blind spots
– Ethical issues
– Work through your own scenarios to gain perspective about (ethical) next steps
– Ensuring the coach is “fit for purpose” and perhaps offering accountability
– Looking at all aspects of the coach and client’s environment for opportunities for growth in the system

“The purpose of supervision is learning that leads to the continuous development of the conscious competence of the supervisee and the supervisor and to a higher level of practice.
At its core, supervision implies an accountability to learning – that of the supervisor and supervisee – that may extend to that of the systems of which they are a part.”

What are the benefits of supervision?
– Increased self-awareness
– Greater confidence
– Increased objectivity
– Increased resourcefulness
– Be challenged to do your best work for yourself and your clients
– Practice with feedback, to sharpen your edge
– Experience new techniques that you can put into practice immediately
>> Bottom-line:  becoming an even better coach!

The Coaching Supervision structure
For my qualification we would work together for 4 online coaching supervision sessions of 90 minutes each at an introduction fee over a period of 4 months. There will an option to re-contract afterwards and continue the supervision with me.

My role is to help you to take a “super-vision” of your own coaching practice, and what you are doing to help your coachees. we will attend to the blind, deaf and dumb spots that you may not be fully aware of and learn from it.

About your Coaching Supervisor
To be honest with you, I didn’t know what to expect when embarking on this training, even though I’ve had supervision before, but it’s beyond my expectations.

I’ve learned (and am still learning) so much from being supervised myself as part of this training at a completely different level. Maybe you would like to experience this too?