Coach Supervision provides on-going personal development through a self-reflective practice facilitated by the Coach Supervisor. It offers coaches an opportunity to share their coaching experiences and challenges and creates a shared learning environment.

Coach Supervision

Benefits of Coach Supervision

​Coach supervision benefits independent coaches and “in-house” corporate coaches by providing:

  • A safe, confidential environment where specific coaching challenges can be explored to help the coach gain insights to their own behaviours and areas of development

  • An environment where ethical issues can be examined 

  • An opportunity to explore broader “system” issues impacting coaching delivery within a corporate setting 

  • A opportunity to develop an understanding of “who you are” in a coaching setting and how that impacts on your coaching 

  • An opportunity to raise any issues impacting a coaching practice

Structure for Coach Supervision

Coach supervision is either conducted in a group setting with other like-minded coaches or as a one-on-one practice.

  • In group settings participating coaches will share the issue they would like to discuss and mutually agree on the most relevant topic for the group for that session:

  • Collectively the coaches will then explore the agreed topic, reflect on their own experiences, offer different perspectives and through facilitated discussion, gain deeper insights to their own ways of thinking and behaving as coaches

  • Each group session is 90 minutes and are generally scheduled approximately 4-5 weeks apart. The group supervision is bundled into 8 sessions for the year

  • At one-on-one supervision sessions the coach supervisee has license to raise any areas of concern pertaining to their coaching practice. These may relate to specific coaching assignments or general reflections on progress as a coach. Supervision aides in identifying and exploring options for individual and professional development. 

  • One-on-one supervision entails a package of 6 sessions to be scheduled as required or alternatively, individual ad-hoc sessions can also be purchased.

ICF Credential Holders

Coach supervision is either conducted in a group setting with other like-minded coaches or as a one-on-one practice