Category Archives: Coaching Supervision

Still thinking and behaving in the ‘same old ways’? No? How do you really know?

Leadership Reflection – Are are you still stuck in established patterns? ‘You live life forwards, you understand it backwards’ (Kierkegaard). This is true for Leadership too, isn’t it? Yet many senior leaders hardly take the time out to think about … Continue reading

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How Supervision helps you as a Coach!

Supervision is a strategic withdrawal to meditate, contemplate and think about our work. In the attention to and the reflection on, we learn how to do our work differently and better. That’s the purpose of supervision: it’s a `respectful interruption’ … Continue reading

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Coach! Take your game to the next level by working with a Coaching Supervisor!

A Distillation of Research to help us Understand Coaching Supervision Coaching supervision facilitates continuous self-evaluation and learning beyond the initial coach training; research shows that coach development occurs with supervised rather than unsupervised practice and that without supervision skill levels … Continue reading

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Coach! Why does your maturity matter?

Post by Lina Nangalia MCC I have been greatly influenced by Otto E. Laske paper called “Why Does Your Maturity Matter? How developmental theory impacts your coaching competence”.  According to the author, coaches and clients are adults who have achieved … Continue reading

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