Coaching and mentor coaching have long been recognized as competencies of professional coaches, but coaching supervision is not as well-known or understood. Coaching supervision is a reflective practice within a collaborative relationship, one in which the coaching supervisor and coach (supervisee) explore the coach’s work.
This is done through a range of approaches, lenses, and subjects of inquiry, all with the aim of bringing about better outcomes for the client, the system in which the coach is working, and the coach themself. Coaching supervision is a transformative, developmental experience that helps to improve the quality of the coach’s work, their practice, and the wider profession.
Coaching supervision is a vital part of a coach’s ongoing professional development. Most professional coaching bodies, including the International Coaching Federation and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, are taking steps to ensure that coaches undertake some form of supervision as part of their ongoing development. By engaging in coaching supervision, coach’s elevate their own work and the service they provide to their communities.
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