I would attribute a significant part of my progress as a coach in the past year to Lynne’s skillful supervision. As a result I have experienced an increased level of coaching maturity, insight, self-knowledge and breadth to my coaching practice.
For coaching to facilitate the changes and outcomes desired by the commissioners and users of coaching and team coaching the coach must strive to work at their very best. Coaching supervision forms an essential part of a coach’s continuing professional development, involving reflection, discovering new perspectives and insights and developing new approaches.
Coaching supervision is a highly collaborative learning relationship between coach and supervisor. Our experienced and accredited coaching supervisors work in partnership with the coach, one-to-one or in groups, to:
- Reflect on the client work, interventions and patterns
- Gain new psychological perspectives on the client-coach relationship
- Examine ethical issues, boundary management and contracting
- Explore new approaches to stuck situations
- Uncover blind spots
- Develop new skills and knowledge
- Deal with personal and emotional reactions to the coaching work
- Learn more about working with the dynamics of teams and organisational systems
I’ve enjoyed practical, intelligent and thought-provoking support. Lynne blends impressive business experience with superb analytical strengths and great emotional sensitivity.