I am delighted to be asked by ICF to co-lead this Community of Practice with Leen Lambrechts.
There are many definitions of supervision and we will be sharing them over time. You may find one that resonates.
“Coaching supervision is a co-created learning relationship that supports the supervisee in their development, both personally and professionally, and seeks to support them in providing best
practice to their client. Through the process of reflecting on their own work in supervision, the supervisee can review and develop their practice and re-energise themselves. It offers a forum
to attend to their emotional and professional wellbeing and growth. Through the relationship and dialogue in this alliance, coaches can receive feedback, broaden their perspectives, generate new ideas, and maintain standards of effective practice.” (Hodge, A. (2016) ‘The value of coaching supervision as a development process: Contribution to continued professional and personal wellbeing for executive coaches’, International Journal of Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring, 14(2), pp. 87-106.).
You can invite other ICF coaches as well from your network!
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