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” and allows for 10 hours of Coaching Supervision to count as Core Competency credits towards credential renewal.
Coaching Supervision is a reflective and collaborative process facilitated by a certified supervisor where participants bring client cases and focus on applications to develop the coach, client, and coaching practice.
Per the ICF, Coaching Supervision benefits include:
- Increased self-awareness and objectivity
- Greater confidence and clarity around how you show up to your clients and yourself
- A heightened sense of belonging and connectedness to your colleagues
- Increased resourcefulness