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Coaching Supervision Service

Support and Growth Through Coaching Supervision

BSC offers regular group supervision held online in small groups, facilitated by our professional coaching supervisors/mentor coach. We also provide supervision on an individual basis for coaches working on their own or within organisations in order to support their professional development as a coach. For organisations looking to support and develop their in-house coaches, we provide bespoke supervision support through individual or group session, either on-site or online.

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/mentor coach 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 standards for client

Group Supervision – Building Coaching & Mentoring Capability

  •         Are you recently qualified?
  •         Are you returning to coaching?
  •         Lack support as an independent coach?
  •         Need regular development and support to grow your skills and your coaching practice?
  •         Gain reassurance about the quality of your coaching practice
  •         Counts as part of your CPD requirements – (CPD certificate available on request).

You may be recently qualified, worried you are de-skilling, lack support as an independent coach, using the same approaches and need to build your resilience, manage your wellbeing, grow your coaching skills and confidence. This offers you a depth of personal exploration and joint discovery. Supporting your work with clients in complex, unpredictable environments requires a detailed nuanced approach.

For convenience and easy access, we have now introduced Group Coaching on weekends (Sundays) & weekdays (Wednesdays).
Each group is limited to upto 6 attendees, with 5 sessions throughout the year.

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To learn more about our bespoke offers for organisations or if you are looking for individual supervision/mentor coach, let’s have a chat. Get in touch with us info@britishschoolofcoaching.com or call 01744605046.

About the Supervisors

Martin Hill leads on the BSC ILM level 7 coaching supervision qualification and the ILM Level 7 coaching qualification. As a coach and supervisor, he uses his 30 years’ management experience, his experience as a lawyer and his coaching experience and skills to provide a professional, ethical, non-judgmental and safe environment to facilitate the client to develop their skills and knowledge in order to achieve their goals, resulting in sustainable performance improvements for the client and the organisation. His coaching and supervision approach are founded on his passionate belief in the importance of equipping individuals and organisations with the skills and knowledge required to advance their personal achievements and develop organisational success to ensure a culture of sustainable excellence is attained.

Virginia Raymond is a highly experienced coach and coach supervisor who holds the ILM Endorsed Coaching Supervision certificate.  She has supervised a range of coaches, including trainee coaches on British School of Coaching, as well as experienced coaches from a variety of backgrounds.  Virginia has experience of group supervision as well as one to one supervision sessions.   She is passionate about developing coaches, ensuring that they are nurtured and supported to ensure their skills, knowledge, practice and behaviours meet the highest standard of ethical coaching practice.

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 these group supervision opportunities.

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