Accredited Coaching Supervisor
As a coach supervisor Diane is ever keen to build the resourcefulness of the coach or group of coaches and uses her extensive range of experience as a coach, tools & techniques for coaching supervision as well as a healthy dose of intuition & sensing to work with the coaches individually and in groups to build their resilience and capability for working as a coach. She believes in continuous learning & encourages this in anyway she can. She is an expert in her field and develops excellent reflective practice with clients as a coach, coach supervisor and facilitator.
Diane is client led so will use tools and techniques that suit the coach or group of coaches & work creatively to achieve coaches learning aims, manage ethics & boundaries & abides by the mantra for coaches to 'do no harm' in their work.
Diane works as an associate and lead tutor on the highly respected & transformational PGC in Coaching and Coaching Supervision at Barefoot Coaching Ltd accredited by University of Chester
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Diane Jones, Trusted and Certified Coach & Coach Supervisor
ICF PCC, PGCert in Coaching & Coaching Supervision, FCIPD, DMS.
Lead Coach and Coach Supervisor at Capel Jones Consulting Ltd
Delivering Coaching, Coaching Supervision, Facilitation & Leadership Development Specialist
‘I found your subtle, very effective way of identifying my and each person's needs within the group, and what methods to use to tease out core concerns and positive outcomes, have been effective. E.g. Hot seating, sculpting. You have an ability of being very empathetic and challenging with me. Each time it stretched my thinking. You have the ability to very quickly and intuitively gauge a person's character.’
Jon Webb Executive Coach, Webb Development Ltd
Supervision with Diane validates that what I did was correct in specific situations
It gets me to see situations from different perspectives so that I can learn from them and then apply this to be a more effective coach
It provides a level of support and challenge to my thinking and practice as a coach’
Robbie Lightfoot, Executive Coach
‘I now have more confidence in both my coaching ability and to go with the flow, hold the space for my client and just "be"; I guess this is also about learning to be more "present", and
(ii) To be able to self-supervise on occasions, and feel equipped to at least attempt to unpick situations with some of the supervision questions and models I experienced with you. Also to emphasize to myself that sometimes the best learning can often happen when you feel like you have monumentally messed up, but usually only happens when you've allowed yourself sufficient space for reflection.’
Caz Hawley, Coach
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