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You are a conscientious coach. On some occasions you realise you could have listened better, been more present, explored more deeply, contracted more repeatedly or used other complex competencies that the best coaches employ with natural fluidity. Why didn't you share the thought that came up for you? Why did you feel a bit lost at times? Why so tired at the end of the session?

 

EMCC and ICF know that coaches who continuously renew and grow their skills and competencies through Supervision, Reflective Practice and Mentoring have more pleasure in their coaching and gain more clients.

 

Do you want to have less Flaw time and more Flow time?

REFLECTIVE SUPERVISION

Coaching supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings their coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach and their clients.

 

The purpose of supervision is to enhance the wellbeing, and develop the practice of coaches and/or mentors of all levels of experience. Supervision is considered a powerful vehicle for deep learning: its benefits extend beyond the supervisee and include their clients and sponsoring organisations.

Supervision raises multiple visions and perspectives, of the work in hand, the personal conditions, emotions and triggers, enabling the generation of understanding and the clearing of the mind. Supervision brings a 3D, 360 degree perspective that enables us with the Super Vision to learn, grow and evolve and enriches our relationships, wellbeing and awareness.

MENTOR COACHING

Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential consists of coaching and feedback in a collaborative, appreciative and dialogued process based on an observed or recorded coaching sessions to increase the coach’s capability in coaching, in alignment with the Core Competencies.

As your Mentor Coach our work will explore how you coach and where you could make your coaching delivery even more impactful.

 

We can practice together to find ways for you to feel safe to bring your new learning into your practice with clients. 

You will learn from your own observations, from my observations and from your gentle practice towards ever more competent coaching. 

In Coaching Supervision and Reflective Practice the main focus is on discovering “Who you are” as a coach while Mentor coaching focuses on developing "How you are" as a coach.

 

 Would you like to take concrete steps towards the WHO and the HOW of your own perfection?