Continue your professional coach development with coaching supervision. Explore and reflect on where your clients are headed and how the journey is going with a partner in a safe space.
Keeping ourselves fit for purpose is a coaching supervision benefit. Partnering with a more experienced coach gives us SUPER-vision - ways to explore our client work, notice what was happening for us during session prep, in session, post session thoughts, reflections and actions.
The Seven-Eyed Model by Hawkins and Shohet offers multiple ways to explore client work. Based on two complimentary systems, the model emphasizes the interpersonal aspect of coaching and supervision:
(1) the coach and client relationship.
(2) the coach and coaching supervisor relationship.
The wider context explores the client's organizational context and the wider systemic context.
September 2023 - February 2024 monthly groups:
Tuesday-5:00pm ET: 9/12; 10/10; 11/7; 12/12; 1/9; 2/13 (Filled)
Friday-Noon ET: 9/8; 10/13; 11/10; 12/8; 1/12; 2/9 (Filled)
Upcoming February 2024-July 2024 US Eastern Time
Tuesday 5:00pm: 2/13; 3/5; 4/2; 5/7; 6/4; 7/2
Thursday 12:00pm: 2/8; 3/14; 4/11; 5/9; 6/13; 7/11
Plus a bonus one hour individual coaching supervision session!
Registration: RSVP early to: email@example.com
Groups are capped at six coaches.
"... Very unique program; pragmatic, a safe space for reflection and learning; grounded, intense, compact; offers depth, insights, and moves you from good to outstanding." (Dr. Fernando Yepez)
Apply up to 10 coaching supervision hours to ICF Credential renewals.
Monthly supervision group sessions to discover new perspectives!
What's your next learning adventure? As a professional coach and a continuous learner, working with a coaching supervision group is a great choice. Researched Benefits include:
As you and your colleagues look for ways to continue your professional growth and deepen your post-session reflections, please consider joining us. We'll explore coaching cases, frameworks and discuss adult learning and development research.
"Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients."
(International Coaching Federation)
Discover with your colleagues. Go deeper in reflecting with your peers.
Internal coaching can feel isolating. With a coaching supervision group, you'll expand your opportunities to discuss client situations, ensuring your client and organization details remain confidential.
How could working with a group of professional internal coaches support your reflection, exploration and learning?
Playback Insights offers a few ways to support you and your learning journey.
Please reach out to learn more!