As coaches we spend on lot of time asking questions. All coach training schools focus on questioning, and 'Powerful questioning' is a key competency for accreditation as an ICF coach. What does it mean and what are some examples?
“Supervision” has been a hot topic for the Coaching Profession here in the UK for a few years. There’s been confusion as some organisations eg global ICF (International Coach Federation) often talks about “mentor” coaching—being coached on your coaching skills whilst the coaching market in the UK often speaks about “supervision” — reflective practise. Coaches are confused! Do they need a mentor or a supervisor? Do they need both? Are the two the same? Which coaches do both?
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Claire is a skilled and empathic supervisor with a strong developmental focus. I used her to support me through ICF accreditation and was very pleased with the outcome.