Coaching Supervisor Training

Support the evolution of coaching

Become a Coaching Supervisor

You’re an experienced coach who believes deeply in the potential of your profession. You know that coaches are at their best when they are aware of their own impact. As a systems-inspired supervisor, you will thoughtfully encourage others to reflect on their approach.  CRR Global’s coaching supervisor training program is for those who are:

  • comfortable with learning collaboratively and holding space for uncertainty.
  • curious about exploring ethical dilemmas and best practices.
  • interested in different approaches and ideas.
  • capable of switching between pair, team and organizational coaching.
  • confident in holding the role of colleague, rather than teacher or guide.
  • ready to expand the range of services they offer.

Want to add supervision to your skillset? This is the place to begin.

ORSC is a Level 2 ICF accredited coach training education program

CRR Global is an ICF accredited Level 2 coach training school.

Systems Inspired Coaching Supervision

Systems Inspired Coaching Supervision is an innovative offering bringing our unique systemic view of supervision to the coaching industry. Over the course of nine months, you’ll encounter coaches working with a variety of systems from partnerships and teams to large organizations. This in-depth training aligns with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) definitions of coaching supervision.

You’ll support coaches as they:

  • consider the quality of their work.
  • grow their capacity.
  • learn from their successes and challenges
  • and care for their own well-being
  • and evolve themselves not only as practitioners, but as human beings doing this work.

CRR Global co-founder Marita Fridjhon is collaborating with Suncica Getter and a global team of senior ORSCC and EMCC-accredited supervisors in designing and delivering this training.

NINE MONTH PROGRAM

Coaching Supervisor Training

Expand your skillset and advance the evolution of coaching

  • Small cohorts
  • Virtual program / Weekly 120 minute sessions each month
  • Unfold the theory in live training sessions
  • Experience systems-inspired reflective practice guided by qualified ORSC supervisors
  • Reflect on your own experiences in a supportive peer environment
  • Access the wisdom of our faculty members
  • Support coaches working with individuals, partnerships, families, teams and large organizations
  • Earn your coaching supervisor credential from CRR Global

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$6,495 USD

 

Payment plan option available.

Each month, you’ll take part in theory, practice, observation and discussion sessions. You’ll also apply your learning with your own clients, and experience one-on-one coaching supervision for yourself.

Live Theory

Access the rich concepts of coaching supervision together with your learning group.

Peer Practice Pods

Integrate your learning in practice with other group members.

Coaching Supervision

Observe and take part in coaching supervision with experienced faculty members.

Community Q&A

Bring your questions and discover details in these sessions with senior faculty.

Like all of CRR Global’s offerings, this program draws from the principles of relationship systems coaching.

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Create a safe, collaborative space
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Resource your clients for this meaningful work
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Invite thoughtful reflection of coaching impact
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Examine best practices and professional ethics
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Weave systems coaching competencies into your practice
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Support coaches in their self-discovery and evolution

This systems inspired program gives you a strong framework to support vertical development beyond embodying skills and tools.

Pair discuss ethical practice in coaching

Learn how to create a safe and collaborative space for coaches to resource themselves, invite thoughtful perspective, and evolve their own practice.

2024 Training Dates & Times

Cumulus Cohort

Call Day/Time:
Wednesdays

7am to 9am PST/10am to 12pm EST/4pm to 6pm CEST

Orientation Call Date:
March 27, 2024

Start Call Date:
April 17, 2024

First Program Break:
September 4, 2024

Second Program Break:
November 27, 2024

Third Program Break:
December 25, 2024 and January 1, 2025

End Call Date:
January 15, 2025

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Team coach training and supervision for ACTC credentials

“A very resourceful place to enhance your systemic coaching experiences. It creates a collective space for learning.”

*Systems Coaching Supervision Participant

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What does a coaching supervisor do?

As a coaching supervisor, you act as a peer support and confidante rather than as a mentor. Coaching supervision allows your clients to reflect on what is going well with their coaching, and what they can do differently. It’s an opportunity to keep developing professionally, to consider ethical standards in tricky situations, to learn about changes in the industry, and set personal goals.

Are there prerequisites for this training program?

As supervision is based on the coach’s experiences, we recommend this course for those who have already earned their ACC or PCC credential. All CRR Global offerings involve a systems approach. If you have taken ORSC, you will have a better understanding of how relationship systems coaching works – but if not, no problem! We tailor the learning to the needs of each cohort.

Is this a new support for coaches?

Coaching supervision has been around for years, and is increasingly recognized as a valuable support for coaches. The EMCC has consistently recommended coaching supervision as part of professional practice. The ICF now requires coaching supervision as part of their credentialing process for the Advanced Certification ​in Team Coaching.

Does this program make me a credentialed supervisor?

Yes. After completing this program, you will receive a certified systems-inspired supervisor credential from CRR Global.  It is important to note that completing this program is one of your first steps in becoming credentialed with EMCC Global or other credentialing bodies.  You will still need to apply directly to them after the completion of the program.

How does coaching supervision evolve a coach's practice?

Over the course of this program, you will learn to support coaches to evolve themselves in three ways:
  • Quality – improving the quality of the work that they do with their clients and client organizations.
  • Development – continuing to develop personally and professionally, as they grow their capacity and continually harvest learning from the challenges of their practice.
  • Resourcing – working from ‘source’ rather than from effort, considering how they can sustain themselves and their practices, and increasing their resourcefulness and resilience.

Is this program accredited with any governing agency?

We are on the path to becoming accredited with EMCC Global.  We estimate the completion of this journey in early 2025.  We will look to gain further accreditations throughout the calendar year of 2024.

How does the EMCC describe coaching supervision?

The EMCC defines coaching supervision as “the interaction that occurs when a [coach] brings their [coaching] work experiences to a supervisor in order to be supported and to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the mentor or coach, their clients and their organizations.”

Supervision develops the competence and capability of the coach, provides a supportive space to process the experiences they have had when working with clients, and encourages professional practice related to quality, standards and ethics.

What is the ICF's definition of coaching supervision?

The ICF defines coaching supervision as  “a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both coaches and clients. Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching Supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients.”

Why choose CRR Global's supervisor training program?

Systems coaching is complex! For over two decades, we’ve been training coaches how to work with systems of any size – from pairs to teams to global organizations. Our Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) model was the first systems coaching training to be accredited by the ICF. This supervisor training program draws on the same concepts that ORSC coaches are already using all over the world.  Research shows that training in one particular model creates much better outcomes. The ORSC model is the foundation of this program, anchoring participants and allowing for deep exploration.

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BRING YOUR QUESTIONS!

You’re invited to sign up for any of our free, live Zoom session where our Coaching Supervisor Training team explains the details of the program.

February 20 • 8am PT/11am ET/6pm CEST

February 27 • 5pm PT/8pm ET/9am SGT February 28

March 12 • 8am PT/11am ET/4pm CET

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