Supporting - Sharing - Succeeding.
Do you ever feel that:
Supervision in Coaching can create:
If you can identify with any of these, then getting in touch with ARPAL Coaching could help you to start getting some answers.
Supervision in Coaching can provide a supportive environment where sharing your challenges and your successes allows you to develop and grow as a coach, succeeding in the valuable role that you’ve chosen as a coach or mentor for other people.
Supervision acts to be normative, formative and restorative. Coaching supervision uses a variety of techniques to help you – as coach – to improve your reflective practice, clarify your own plan for development and therefore to work confidently and effectively for your clients.
In a world where coaching is a widely used term, supervision in line with the guidelines of professional bodies such as the Association for Coaching (AC), European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and International Coaching Federation (ICF) will add to professional credibility and enhance your coaching practice.
Add to your professional credibility and enhance your coaching practice
What can coaching supervision do for me?
ARPAL Coaching Supervision can help you to:
What does our supervision provide?
Who is coaching Supervision for?
All coaches and mentors, whether in their own practice or working in an organisational context can benefit from supervision.
Many organisations are now developing a coaching culture and training internal coaches. Supervision from an external, experienced coach can help to move their practice to a new level by offering impartial support. It’s also valuable for coaches who run their own businesses. On a wider level, it extends the understanding of good coaching practice to a much bigger audience and demonstrates real professionalism in coaching and mentoring.
What do clients say about coaching?
Being able to talk at length about … my personal barriers, as well as strengths; and how I can start to approach ways of thinking that improve my self-perspective a bit!
It was great to actually have time to reflect on my own practice and discuss where I need to go next. It allowed me to lift a lot of weight off of my shoulders.
It was good to come away with a ‘bigger picture’ of myself and what I am doing / how / why, as you don’t often get this opportunity