Coaching Supervision

Coach training will provide foundational skills. 


Mentor coaching provides feedback to help you skillfully deploy those skills in real coaching conversations. 

But finding your authentic voice and confidence as a coach requires systematic practice and reflection over time.


There's no foolproof best practice formula to thrive in this profession, only your evolution as a person, and a professional.


New coaching techniques and tools are great... but ultimately, what you offer your clients is you.  


"Who you are," says Edna Murdoch, "is how you coach."


This is the exploration, promise and opportunity of coaching supervision.

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Individual Supervision

1:1 reflection on you, your coaching, and your practice, designed to directly benefit your clients.  

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Group Supervision

Monthly reflection and exploration with a group of 4-6 practicing coaches