Group and Individual Coaching Supervision is a reflective space and the coach supervisor should demonstrate competencies in providing a safe environment for the coaches to work on themselves for their own benefit as well as for their clients.

The offering follows EMCC core competencies model and supports coaching supervisors to develop skills to build a foundation for the coach/supervisor relationship, navigate ethical dilemmas, provide emotional support, and offer techniques, models, and theories to support the coach´s work. Coaching Supervision is a partnership and the supervisor may apply their creativity to provide learning opportunities for the coach, including the use of pictures, bodywork, magic box, metaphors, etc.

Coaching Supervisors may apply the 7-eyed Model of Hawkins, 6 C’s Model of Aneva, Guavara and Bielinska and psychodynamic, CBT approaches, and transactional analysis distinctions in the work with coaches and be effective at intervening at the individual as well as group levels. Team Coaching Supervision is fostering learning to take place within a small group cohort, to provide a collaborative experience alongside other like-minded coaches looking to cultivate their personal growth.

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Team Coaching Supervision is a team development process to promote collaboration, efficiency, and quality of work in order to improve team performance and achievement of common goals.

Team Supervision/Coaching is very good support for teams in situations when it’s necessary:

  • create a common vision for the future, common goals, and action plan;
  • arrange the structure – responsibilities, roles, and resources;
  • resolve mutual conflicts or problem situations;
  • learn more effective ways of communication and collaboration;
  • unlock the potential of the team through the disclosure of individual talents;
  • prepare the team for changes and support it through the change process;
  • promote mutual trust and reliability;
  • build a cohesive, self-motivated, and loyal team;
  • create an environment for generating new approaches and innovative ideas.

Team coaching supervision is a unique reflective practice that invites a coach (or co-coaches) to pause, investigate and make sense of powers and dynamics that show up during the team coaching process in a team, between a leader and a team, between particular team members, between a team and a coach, between co-coaches, and I am sure I have not exhausted all the combinations possible.

This is a journey of co-creation with a supervisor, where a coach (or co-coaches) brings a case or a challenge to a session and with the help of a supervisor who has systemic and team coaching experience unpack everything that eventually will serve a client and their organization.  

Team Coaching Supervision is a safe space in which you can reflect on the teams you are coaching, the impact you are making, and how the work is impacting you. Supervision supports you in developing who you are as a team coach, through the lens of the 6 C’s and the 7 eye model.

Team coaching can be deeply rewarding, and it can also be very challenging work on many levels! It can test us morally and ethically, we can get hooked by team dynamics, or consumed by the system and unable to see a way through. Supervision provides you with the support and challenge you need on the road to mastery as a team coach.

There are many coach supervisors available to choose from for one-to-one coaching, however, very few are qualified supervisors, and practiced and experienced team coaches. Team coaching is way more complex and demanding than one-to-one coaching, so we recommend that all practicing team coaches receive ongoing supervision from a professional team coaching supervisor.

Case Study: Maximizing the Impact of Internal Coaches through Coaching Supervision

Our client is a global organization with a strong commitment to developing their internal coaching program. They have invested in training and certifying a team of internal coaches to support the professional and personal growth of their employees. However, they noticed that their internal coaches would benefit from additional support and guidance to enhance their coaching skills, maintain ethical standards, and address complex coaching scenarios. Seeking a solution, the client engaged MentorsPro for coaching supervision services.

Challenges Faced:

  1. Limited External Support: As internal coaches, our client’s coaching team lacked access to external resources and perspectives to support their ongoing development and address specific coaching challenges.
  2. Maintaining Ethical Standards: Ensuring adherence to professional ethics and standards of practice was a priority for the client. They sought a solution to consistently monitor and enhance ethical conduct among their internal coaches.
  3. Complex Coaching Scenarios: The internal coaches of our client often encountered complex coaching situations, such as navigating conflicts of interest, handling organizational politics, and managing the boundaries between coaching and other roles. They required guidance to effectively address these scenarios.

MentorsPro proposed a coaching supervision program tailored to the needs of our client’s internal coaches. The program included the following key elements:

  1. Individual Supervision Sessions: Each internal coach received regular one-on-one coaching supervision sessions with an experienced supervisor. These sessions provided a confidential and safe space for coaches to reflect on their coaching practice, explore challenging cases, and receive guidance on handling specific coaching situations.
  2. Group Supervision Workshops: Periodic group supervision workshops were conducted to foster peer learning and provide a platform for coaches to share experiences, discuss common challenges, and learn from one another’s insights and best practices.
  3. Continuing Education and Resources: MentorsPro provided ongoing professional development opportunities, including access to relevant resources, articles, and industry best practices to enhance the internal coaches’ knowledge and skills.

Benefits and Results:

  1. Enhanced Coaching Competence: Through coaching supervision, our client’s internal coaches experienced significant growth in their coaching competence. They gained deeper insights into their coaching strengths, areas for improvement, and strategies to enhance their effectiveness.
  2. Ethical Standards and Best Practices: Coaching supervision ensured that the internal coaches adhered to ethical standards and best practices. They received guidance on ethical dilemmas, confidentiality, informed consent, and maintaining professional boundaries, resulting in increased client trust and confidence in the coaching process.
  3. Increased Confidence and Self-Awareness: Coaching supervision provided a supportive environment for internal coaches to explore their coaching style, beliefs, and biases. This self-reflection enhanced their self-awareness, enabling them to bring greater clarity and authenticity to their coaching relationships.
  4. Enhanced Problem-Solving Skills: Through supervision sessions, internal coaches received valuable insights and strategies to navigate complex coaching scenarios. They learned to approach challenges from different perspectives, resulting in more effective problem-solving and decision-making.
  5. Peer Learning and Networking: Group supervision workshops facilitated peer learning and collaboration among internal coaches. They shared experiences, exchanged ideas, and learned from each other’s diverse perspectives, fostering a sense of community and support within the coaching team.

By investing in coaching supervision for their internal coaches, our client empowered their coaching team to maximize their impact on the organization. The tailored coaching supervision program provided ongoing support, guidance, and professional development opportunities, resulting in enhanced coaching competence, adherence to ethical standards, and increased confidence among the internal coaches. This ultimately led to improved coaching outcomes, increased employee engagement, and a stronger coaching culture within the organization.

If your organization seeks to empower internal coaches and elevate their coaching practice, consider implementing coaching supervision. Contact MentorsPro today to explore how our coaching supervision services can help your growth!

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