Bees do it, birds do it.

Did you know that most coaches in the US do not pursue supervision? Doctors do it. Therapists do it. Counselors do it. Europeans do it!

Supervision is new to the US coaching industry and is an important way to maintain or elevate the development of your coaching as well as your well-being.

“Coaching supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue and to benefit his or her clients and the overall system.”

ICF Definition

One approach is focusing on the normative, formative and restorative functions.  With a certified Supervisor, you can address coaching competencies around contracting let’s say or presence (normative). You can also address any parallels or identification you have as a coach with your client case (formative). And lastly, helping others can have an impact on your well-being and your energy – supervision can support the restorative function.

Supervision is a key way to reflect and sharpen your self as instrument as a coach.

Don’t delay. Seek out a certified Supervision to elevate your game.