Embark on a journey of professional and personal development as a systems coach. Discover and deepen your strengths. Cross edges. See beyond blind spots. Find the wisdom in challenges you face, as you consider how to powerfully weave the competencies of systems coaching into your practice.
In Systems Coaching Supervision, you’ll access the collective intelligence of your peers and a trained coach supervisor. It’s the same collaborative environment you’ve come to know and trust through Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™). Together, we go further.
Created as a complement to our coach training offerings, this group coaching supervision group uses the five principles of Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) as a lens to reflect on coaching practice and your impact as a coach. Whether you’re working with teams and organizations, couples and pairs, or even delving into the system of self, Systems Coaching Supervision will deepen and strengthen your capacity as a coach, invigorate your practice, and support you on the road to mastery in systems coaching.
Wherever you may be on your path – just starting out as a coach or an experienced practitioner intent on continual improvement – Systems Coaching Supervision serves as a dynamic professional and personal growth resource.
Questions about Systems Coaching Supervision
Why invest in coaching supervision?
Systems Coaching Supervision is crucial to developing awareness of your own impact on a system. It’s a safe, reflective space to better understand yourself in your role as a coach with client systems. Designed for systems coaches, this supervision group strengthens your muscle of systems thinking as you decipher your experiences to grow as a practitioner.
- Build your capacity and range as a systems coach
- Develop an awareness and appreciation of what you contribute to this profession
- Access insights on navigating complexity and tricky ethical situations you may encounter
- Resource yourself and care for your own well-being as a coach, developing personally as well as professionally
- Restore, support and learn in a community of colleagues
What’s the difference between coach mentoring and coaching supervision?
While mentoring and supervision are both key supports for professional coaches, they are not the same. Through observation and feedback, mentoring equips you to meet coaching competencies and capabilities set by credentialing bodies. Supervision evolves you as a coach, build your capacity through reflection and dialogue in a restorative and resourcing space.
Why is coaching supervision important?
The International Coach Federation (ICF) recognizes coaching supervision as important to a coach’s professional development, learning and growth. Coaching supervision is recommended 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 credit may be used toward your ICF credential or renewal.
“A very resourceful place to enhance your systemic coaching experiences. It creates a collective space for learning.”
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Experience Systems Coaching Supervision
Join in community with five other systems coaches in these interactive virtual sessions led by a trained coaching supervisor. You’ll meet five times in two-hour sessions held every second week.
Up to 10 hours of resource development credits may be used toward your ICF credential or renewal.
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Do you have a group of five or more coaches who want to experience systems coaching supervision? Reach out to arrange a private virtual offering of this reflective support for team and systems coaches.