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ICFs position on Coaching Supervision

ICFs position on Coaching Supervision

ICF and coaching supervision

When a coach brings his or her work to coaching supervision, the collaborative learning dialogue between coach and coaching supervisor may:

  • Assure best practice coaching and ensure continual growth and development of the coaching practice
  • Provide an opportunity to better understand self, the client, the client’s system and the choices made with the engagement
  • Raise awareness of personal reactions to the client and/or the system and provide a safe place for exploring these
  • Serve as a restorative function

Coaching supervision is a recognized part of CPD and is distinct from Mentor Coaching required for an ICF Credential.

Read the full article here: https://coachingfederation.org/coaching-supervision 


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