Why Coaching Supervision is essential for the practising coach
“Having supervision is a fundamental aspect of continuing personal development for coaches, mentors, organisational consultants and supervisors, providing a protected space in which we can reflect on client situations and relationships, the reactivity and patterns they evoke in us and by transforming these live, in supervision, profoundly benefits our clients.”
Hawkins & Smith (2006) Coaching, Mentoring and organisational Consultancy, Supervision and Development
Mary Cross is an accredited supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy and a member of the Association of Coaching Supervisors.
What to expect from supervision with Mary
- A confidential, non-judgemental space for you to explore what’s going on in your coaching
- An objective perspective on your work
- Guidance on ethics and boundaries
- More tools and techniques at your disposal
- A feeling of being better able to respond to client needs and helping them find the right solutions
- Feeling more able to deliver real value to clients
Sessions can be monthly, bi-monthly or sporadically whether face-to-face, over the telephone, the internet.
…or you may prefer to join a Supervision Group.
Mary’s supervision balances being supportive with really challenging me and my thinking.
She makes me think things through for myself, only offering ideas when I’m really stuck.