Those who master coaching recognise that we all have learning edges and benefit from professional support. We supervise external and in-house coaches and coaching leaders, for continuous learning and development, both 1:1 and in Groups.
Our supervision practice is deeply relational. This means that we recognise our connection and relationship with others is what shapes who we are and what we do.
This is a philosophy of being. That our sense of self is continuously emerging through being in relationship with individual others and also in the wider context.
During supervision, we explore from the perspectives of coach, coachee and supervisor and the relationship between them and their specific contexts. This is a dynamic learning environment for a coach or group of coaches.
We explore these dynamics drawing on an established process model of supervision and supported by a range of theoretical models.