Coaching Supervision Trios
For regular consultative support and development challenge: An invitation to continue the learning journey together

Coaching Supervision Trios

From outset to successful close, we seek to understand your approach and context, give attention to your worldview, values and beliefs in your work with your client. You discover further hidden potential and perspectives on reality, alter less-helpful patterns of thinking and feeling that occur in your practice, discover resources and get equipped to deal with challenges and opportunities alike.

100% of Coaches at all levels agreed that they are expected to have a supervisor and be in regular ongoing sessions together.

                                     Welch and Clifford, March 2020, Coaching at Work Magazine.

Research has shown that taking the time to explore all aspects of coaching fully with a qualified supervisor leads to greater development and deepening of understanding, than the qualification programmes that form the foundation of practice.

This is why we have chosen to focus our work in this strong developmental area going forward, and we meet each coach where they are, in the present, with what is uppermost today, in this moment in time.

We already have some interested parties and we look forward to embarking with you in 2021.

https://www.coachange.org/coaching-supervision

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(She/Her) Lorenza Clifford

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Dates and Costs
From Jan 11, 2021 to Dec 17, 2021
Times:

Embarking regularly through 2021!
Trios commit to 10 sessions together over a year.
Meeting for 2 hours per session 4-6 weekly
Times as agreed by the group to manage timezones.

Cost:

£135 +VAT per person, per session

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Location

This is a virtual event.

Online Community

Become part of our online family. Connecting and empowering each other to succeed. We want to give supervision wider exposure and a larger 'share of voice' in the coaching community. Come and join us!

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