Coaching Supervision

Welcome to our professional coaching supervision offer designed for both highly experienced executive coaches and those who are at an earlier stage in their coaching journey

Our offer

We offer 1:1, group and in-house supervision tailored to your needs to ensure that we support you in making your practice stronger. Our supervision offers a reflective and supportive space for a coach to review their practice to ensure continual professional development. Our approach is a blended one, providing an aspect of quality control in working ethically with your clients; models and interventions to support the continued development of your coaching skills, understanding and capabilities, in addition to strong emotional support for you as a coach to enable you to explore the issues and dilemmas that you might experience in your practice.

What you can expect

As with all of our programmes, you can expect to receive the highest quality supervision from our professional supervisors who are trained to Post Graduate level in Coach Supervision. All of our supervisors are also very experienced practicing coaches, which ensures that the perspectives, interventions and models that they offer are relevant and easy to implement in the real world.

1:1 supervision

The supervisor will work at a deep level with the coach attending to the coach’s personal strengths, challenges and learning style. Individual client cases will be explored in detail and the supervisor will support the coach in exploring their own limiting beliefs, repeating patterns and hot-spots, and how these can impact on their work with clients. The supervisor will also provide challenge and offer new perspectives.

Group supervision

This process often involves the presentation of specific case studies by the coaches. The reflective space enables the coach to acquire a deeper understanding of what is taking place within the client system, the relationship between the coach and client and the coach him/herself. Peer to peer supervision will be facilitated by the supervisor, in addition to challenge and interventions from the supervisor also.

In-house supervision for organisations

This offer is aimed at organisations who have internal coaches working for them, as well as managers / leaders who are committed to the development of a “coaching leadership” style. It provides a reflective space for their coaches to review their practice and in turn helps to raise the bar of the coaching investment within their organisation.


  • It provides a reflective space for coaches and generates insights for improvement
  • It helps the coach to become aware of their strengths and weaknesses and enables them to become more confident across a greater range of coaching conversations
  • This in turn provides both protection for the coach and helps ensure that the coach’s clients receive the best possible coaching experience
  • Ensures the coach keeps up to date with professional development
  • Ensures that ethical issues and boundaries are maintained
  • Encourages coach accountability
  • Helps assess impact / ROI of coaching by providing evidence of that return
  • Helps to raise quality standards across the profession
  • Coaches in supervision often refer to feeling relieved, energised and restored when they leave a supervision session
  • Allows for focused reflection on the specific issues, dilemmas and opportunities that the individual coach is facing
  • CPD can be tailored to the needs of the individual and the coach’s learning and coaching style
  • Allows for peer to peer coaching opportunities
  • Coaches share ideas and support individuals in the generation of insight and solutions to the challenges that they are facing. This sharing of expertise, opinions and experience helps to enrich the learning for everyone and helps the coach to contain and resolve some of the more challenging aspects of their work
  • Helps to “normalise” the challenges that coaches face
  • Introduces the coach to a broader professional coach support network
  • Often a cost effective way of receiving supervision
  • Introduces objectivity: provides time for the coach to reflect on their practice away from the pressure of the work environment
  • Challenges “group think” mentality
  • Helps to raise the quality of coach provision across the organisation
  • Helps to assess the impact / ROI of coaching within the organisation by providing evidence of coach practice

*This can be offered on both a 1:1 and group basis

  • Anything that you are finding challenging in your coaching practice
  • Any repeating patterns
  • Any frustrations that you are experiencing with your clients
  • Anything relating to your practice as a coach that you need to off-load
  • Any ethical issues or clarification about boundaries that you need clarification on
  • Any areas for development

Remember, nothing is too small to bring to supervision. Often the development comes from the subtleties of just reflecting and sharing your coaching. The supervisor will pick up on patterns, limiting beliefs and areas for development by listening to you share your current practice, agendas or clients

  • Confidence as a coach
  • Repeating patterns / hot-spots for coach
  • Contracting issues
  • Boundaries
  • Exploration of tools and techniques
  • Client mobility
  • Perfect world thinking
  • Concerns that you are not doing enough
  • Unexpected emotional material, either for the coach or client
  • “Ruptures” in the coaching relationship


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