2024 Coaching Supervision Learning Group
Dates: 3rd Tuesday (January - June, September - November)
Time: 1:30pm - 3:00pm MT
CCEs: 1.5 in Core Competencies
Coaching Supervision is a collaborative space of support, self-discovery and professional development for coaches, which consists of reflecting together on various topics of our coaching practice. You will be invited to share your challenges in a safe environment on your journey to becoming masterful in the way you work with your clients.
Group supervision allows each participant to learn from both reflecting on their own case and hearing and reflecting on the case reviews of other group members. This leads to enhanced professional and personal development.
Supervision differs from Mentor Coaching. Our dialogue on your coaching work will focus on moving beyond the technical skills of coaching into bringing your whole self into each coaching session.
The ICF acknowledges that this important work benefits both coaches and clients and will qualify for core competency credit. It is important for coaches at all levels and will be especially helpful for coaches who are just beginning their coaching journeys.
Key Learning Points, Outcomes and Benefits for Participants:
Coaching Supervision may lead to any or all of the following:
●Exploring the coach’s internal process through reflective practice
●Getting multiple perspectives on a challenging case
●Developing an alternative approach for the case
●Recognizing psychological contacts, both implicit and explicit beyond the specific coaching agreement.
●Uncovering blind spots
●Recognizing potential ethical issues
Experiential Learning Through:
●Present case studies and practice exploring possible options for increasing the depth and effectiveness of any coaching experience.
●Use a dialogue process, receive and share observations with other professionals.
●Expand self-reflection skills that lead to self-discovery.
●Participants leave the meeting with the insights which they apply to their coaching practice, and the learning will continue between group meetings through practice of a specific "growth activity" between sessions.
●Group members will have the option of a buddy system for reflection between sessions.
The group is designed for a group size of 8-12 participants.
NOTE: Participants will need to RSVP to the Group Leaders for each meeting. A minimum of 4 people will need to register or the meeting will be cancelled.
Laurie Weiss, PhD, MCC, has 50+ years of experience as a teacher, psychotherapist, management consultant, coach, and author. She is the author or 13 self-help books and a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst as well as a Logosynthesis Master Practitioner, Trainer, and Supervisor.
Jenya Kuvshinova, PCC, has been coaching purpose-driven professionals since 2010. Her areas of expertise are purpose and meaning, emotional wellness and career coaching for multitalented and multicultural people. In her work she applies a unique nature-facilitated approach.