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One to One & Group Coaching Supervision Service

Coaching Supervision

Group Coaching Supervision

Are you a Coach who wants to nurture your practice?

Here is an opportunity to:

    • Develop your skills and grow your practice
    • Benefit from structured quarterly supervision
    • Learn and share with peers
    • Pause, reflect and gain insights
    • Develop creative approaches to benefit your clients

Who is it for?
Experienced coaches who are committed to developing their practice, want to keep up with current trends and share experiences with likeminded peers.

How will it be done?

Four online supervision sessions for a maximum group size of 5 coaches, on:

Session 1: 18 February 2020
Session 2: 19 May 2020
Session 3: 18 August 2020
Session 4: 17 November 2020

 1pm – 3pm UK time

Each Supervision Group will only have up to 5 participants, book early to secure your place.

What you will need
A commitment to take part in all 4 group supervision sessions and access to Internet – all sessions will be via video call

About the Supervisor

Dr Ann Armstrong Reid is an Accredited Executive Coach with 25 years’ experience of different organisational cultures and leadership roles in the NHS in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland. She combines this with international experience from working in Africa for 8 years.

Since 2008 she has coached people at all levels in organisations – mainly in the public sector but also in the private and third sectors.

Ann achieved a Phd in Sociology from the University of Manchester, she holds a Diploma in Psychological Coaching from the Centre for Coaching in London and a Post Graduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision with Leeds Metropolitan University.

Contact us to find out more or to book onto this group supervision opportunity.

Support and Growth Through Coaching Supervision

Coaching supervision is critical for all coaches regardless of level of experience. Even the most experienced coaches have “blind spots”; aspects they haven’t considered and their own challenges. High-quality coaching can’t be maintained by a coach acting in isolation.

Supervision provides support, challenge and development to the coach, and quality assurance for the client and the sponsor. Benefits of coaching supervision include:
•    Maintain performance
•    Provides quality assurance for clients
•    Supports continued development of the coach
•    Ensures effectiveness of the coaching approach
•    Extends the skills and knowledge of the coach
•    A chance for the coach to grow coaching capacity – explore and reflect on real case studies in a safe and supportive environment
•    Supports ethical practice and high standard for client

Types of Supervision

BSC provides high quality supervision to individuals, groups and organisations. The following coaching supervision services can be provided either face-to-face or via Skype/telephone;
•    Observation and feedback
•    Reflective supervision
•    Development session
•    Group supervision for your coaching team
•    Open group supervision sessions for individuals to attend