Robert Ferry BA, MSc Coaching Psychology
Robert has a deep understanding of leadership coaching and organisation culture gained over 25 years in Irish and International business. He is an active coach and coaching supervisor and works with leaders and teams across a wide range of industries including financial services, industrial, manufacturing, engineering and technology.
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What is it?
Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach brings their coaching experiences to a supervisor in order to be supported and to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach, their clients and their organisations.
Purpose of supervision
Enhance the practice of coaches. It’s beyond the supervisee and include their clients and sponsoring organisations.
It’s described by Hawkins and Smith (2013) as follows:
Concerned with development of skills, understanding and capacities of the coach / mentor.
Providing a supportive space for the coach / mentor to process the experiences they have had when working with clients.
Concerned with quality, work standards and ethical integrity.
When coaching supervision can help you?
Not sure of how to start or progress with an individual or team session
Lack of progress being made by those whom your coaching