Coaching Supervision is a practice where coaches can be supported in reflecting upon their work with clients, and receive some mentoring, recognition and challenge from another experienced coach. Organisations which have trained internal coaches are now training Coaching Supervisors to support those coaches. Our Coaching Supervision training qualifies your internal coaches to become Coaching Supervisors. ILM Endorsed certification is available.
Coaching Supervision Training
We have designed this Coaching Supervision training course specifically to meet the needs of Coaching Supervisors in the workplace. The training can last for half a day, one day or two days, can be delivered virtually, and includes our Four-Way Contract, which identifies the areas of focus for a supervisors of workplace coaches:
The curriculum covers all aspects of Coaching Supervision including regularity, content of a session, pitfalls, ethics and boundaries, as well all the main coaching supervision models in use today. Topics can include:
- The Four-way Contract
- The Seven-Eyed model
- AAR (After Action Review)
- Kolb’s learning styles
- The OK Corral
- The Balance of Assumptions
- The Drama Triangle
- Self Limiting Beliefs
- The Feedback circle
- Clean Language
- Somatic coaching
- Group Coaching Supervision
Comprehensive materials are provided including a guide to effective questions for supervisors.
To qualify for the Coaching Supervision training course participants must be trained, accredited and practising coaches with at least 30 hours of delivery of formal coaching sessions.
Like all of our training, the style is fast paced, challenging, practical and highly interactive. It is structured around live demonstrations by trainers, self-directed learning and interactive practice by participants, in a a safe and fun learning environment.
Read a case history about coaching supervision training.