Reflection For Supervision In Coaching
If you want a significant understanding of your coaching supervision sessions, then keep reading...
Reflection from your supervision sessions is critical for your understanding of practice. Many coaches get stuck and follow the same tools and techniques, adopting a tick box approach. If we are not careful, we will not develop our coaching skills further, and we will become stale in our practice. All coaches require Continued Professional Development (CPD) and effective supervision to maintain high standards.
This journal will guide you in your performance as a coaching supervisor. Furthermore, it will aid development using reflection and coaching questions. It provides greater knowledge of key skills and encourages opportunities for personal reflection on current practice to enable a growth mindset. Application of the fundamentals will improve your knowledge and understanding of coaching supervision and facilitate an improved awareness of self within relationships.
A recent Harvard Business Review stated that Executives who get the most out of coaching have a fierce desire to learn and grow.
In this book, you will discover:
- Improved self-awareness
- Coaching supervision reflection
- 50 coaching supervision session templates
- 10 session reviews
- Greater awareness of thoughts and feelings
- Action planning for the future
- Opportunities to understand the coach
- Understanding data in the room
Whether you are a newly qualified coaching supervisor or have some experience, keeping your reflections in a journal will provide you with a deeper understanding of your patterns.
A coaching journal works for everyone, and it will work for you. The book is written by Claire Moody MSc. She is an extremely motivated relational coach and focuses on development of deeper self-awareness and personal insight and believes a person's past is no indication of their future; everyone can achieve change in whatever direction they choose. She firmly believes that people's beliefs about what is possible for themselves are their only limits. Her two preferences and specialisations in coaching are relational coaching – which works at a psychological depth, to address deep thoughts, behaviours and feelings – and performance coaching – helping individuals strive and motivate to be the best they can be.
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