"A regular, protected time for facilitated in-depth reflection on coaching practice"
Are You a Newly Trained Coach?
For Independent or Internal Coaches
What is supervision? Supervision is sometimes described as coach-mentoring. Experiential learning is at the heart of supervision. It is conversation-based learning between two professionals – a working alliance.
The objective of this alliance is to give the best possible service to clients.
Why do I need a supervisor or coach-mentor? Primarily to develop your competence as a coach. Having the opportunity to reflect on your work, and talk through tricky client issues to explore different approaches will help both you and your clients.
Having a Supervisor helps you to gain Professional Work: Increasingly, organisational buyers of coaching are specifying that external coaches working for them should be in regular supervision.
Achieve Professional Accreditation: Many professional coaching bodies are now either insisting or advocating strongly that members receive regular supervision.
Special Offer for Newly Qualified coaches (6 months or less): £60 per one-hour session.
Individual fee: £75 per one-hour session. Group supervision on site: £100 per hour.
Please contact me for a no-obligation discussion about the benefits of supervision on your coaching practice.
Lisa has trained with the Centre for Supervision Training: supervisioncentre.com and with the Coaching Supervision Academy. She regularly supervises the coaching development of manager-coaches, as well as independent practitioners.