Coaching Supervision focuses on the coach’s work and work experience with their clients. It often includes a reflection on the coach’s internal thought process and assumptions as well as an exploration of ethical issues and contracting challenges. The results are heightened awareness, increased professionalism and ethical maturity, which all contribute to better client outcomes.
As a coach supervisor I put an emphasis on a safe space and facilitate a learning environment where supervisor and coach co-create understanding, insight and clarity of action. I draw on various lenses through which we can look at the coach’s work. Such modalities include psychodynamics, transactional analysis, adult development and the Seven-Eyed Model.