What can you work on in Coaching Supervision?
Coaching supervision provides a space to address areas of challenge and development in coaching practice. These could include:
- Challenges with particular clients.
- Issues around confidence.
- Skills development.
- Dealing with feedback.
- How to contract effectively with clients.
- How to conclude a coaching relationship.
- Conflicts of interest.
- Professional boundary issues.
- Loss of motivation or energy with coaching work.
- Coach wellbeing.
My supervision methodology
I am trained to use the seven-eyed model of supervision which is based on a systemic view of coaching practice.
I also work with a range of other tools and approaches which might include values and strengths, systemic coaching constellations, action learning sets (in group supervision), brainstorming and the use of cards, objects and metaphors.
My supervision style
My supervision style has been described as quietly assertive, calm and authoritative, challenging and supportive. I see my role as being there to support coaches to develop and to ensure safe and ethical practice.
I listen, I offer powerful questions, reflections and feedback. I also challenge where that seems helpful or at times essential if there is any risk of unethical practice. I aim to offer my presence from a perspective of possibility and compassion. I am committed to supporting the development of coaches for the benefit of clients, organisations and the coaching profession as a whole.
Contact me to explore how coaching supervision could work for you and /or your organisation.