Systemic Group Supervision
Be part of the next evolution for systemic supervision for team coaches
As part of our continuous development activities, we are delighted to announce the launch of Systemic Group Supervision for Team Coaches. This program is specifically designed for Systemic Team Coaches, creating space to reflect and explore the challenges and opportunities of their work, using the RSI Principles.
This program also fulfils the ICF ACTC path requirement for 10 hours of supervision for team coaches.
What are the benefits of Systemic Group Supervision for Team Coaches?
The International Coach Federation (ICF) recognises coaching supervision as an important element of a coach’s professional development, learning and growth and recommends coaching supervision for full-time professional coach practitioners as part of their portfolio of continuing professional development (CPD) activities designed to keep them ‘fit for purpose’. Up to 10 hours of Resource Development CCE’s may be used for renewal purposes.
Systemic Group Supervision is a powerful way for systemic coaches to reflect on their work and resource themselves in community of peers. It helps team coaches to navigate enormous complexity of their clients’ systems and all the stakeholders involved. In Systemic Group Supervision, we focus on the relational and systemic field that we work in through the use of RSI Principles as a method for our exploration.
Systemic Group Supervision therefore has a crucial role in facilitating systemic awareness and systemic change. It provides a safe, reflective space, where the coach can understand both themselves and the system better, gain the clarity of the bigger picture and decipher their experience as important data about the system they are coaching and their own growth as practitioner.
Held virtually, each program will have capacity for 5 participants. The program will comprise of 10 hours, taking place over 5 x 2 hour sessions.
The program cost is $2149 USD with places allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
Thursdays 7a – 9a (Pacific Time Zone)
- October 20, 2022
- November 3, 2022
- November 17, 2022
- December 1, 2022
- December 15, 2022
Here’s what previous participants said about the program
“Higher effectiveness as a team coach. Better self-reflective eye Better-than-ever use of parallel processes as a tool to help systems. It really lets you think about how you are living in your systems and the impacts.”
“Better understanding how I impact the systems with whom I interact.”
“This supervision modality is like being legally blind and walking around the streets of a busy city with a sighted companion helping co-create which way to go, when to stop, when to hurry, when to slow down, and when to contemplate and reflect. A very resourceful place to enhance your systemic coaching experiences. It’s not skill building but bringing experiences and creating a collective space for learning.”