COACHING SUPERVISION BY EMCC STANDARDS
Coaching Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a mentor or coach brings their coaching or mentoring work experiences to a supervisor in order to be supported and to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the mentor or coach, their clients, and their organizations. (EMCC GLOBAL)
Coach supervisors should be trained in Coaching Supervision (ESQA), as well as hold ESIA individual accreditation. Coach supervisor is not Therapy Supervisors.
Supervision is needed for every 30 coaching sessions.
The profesional coach should track the supervision log, as part of his individual accreditation process (CPD).
Coach Supervision has three elements:
- The Qualitative function focuses on increasing the quality of work you are doing with your clients and the client's organization.
- The Developmental function focuses on helping you with the continuing personal and professional development, on growing your capacity, and continually harvest your learning from the challenges your practice presents in front of you.
- The Resourcing function focuses on increasing your capability to work from 'source' rather than from effort and how you sustain yourself and your practice and increase your resourcefulness and resilience.
Coach supervision addresses four primary needs:
- Formative (Learning new approaches and concepts, gaining insight into your practice)
- Normative (Ensuring you and your client are safe and that your practice is ethical)
- Restorative (Building your self-confidence, providing psycho-social support)
- Systemic (helping you discover and work with the complexities of assignments)
We offer individual and group coaching supervision.
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