Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity by offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching Supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients.
Super-Vision is a method with which monitoring of sessions and active reflection is initiated and as a result, the coach achieves excellence and success. During those unique series of sessions, the EMCC and ICF accredited MCC Level coach will build a partnering space, where the client ( coach) can openly disclose fears, failures, or questions and learn from their own experiences.
This is a co-creation space, where the client ( coach) takes conscious decisions for the advancement of their practice and gets out of the sessions as a better version of self – with more clarity, and ideas for innovation, or growth.
The purpose of supervision
The purpose of supervision is to enhance the well-being and develop the practice of coaches and/or mentors of all levels of experience. Supervision is considered a powerful vehicle for deep learning: its benefits extend beyond the supervisee and include their clients and sponsoring organizations. We recognize the functions of supervision described by Hawkins and Smith (2013) as follows: The Developmental Function is Concerned with the development of skills, understanding, and capacities of the coach/mentor. The Resourcing Function Provides a supportive space for the coach/mentor to process the experiences they have had when working with clients. The Qualitative Function is Concerned with quality, work standards, and ethical integrity.
EMCC supervision competence framework
EMCC supports the use of competence frameworks as part of a wider approach to the training, development, and assessment of coaches, mentors, and supervisors. The EMCC Supervision Competence Framework describes the skills and behaviors we believe to be associated with best practices in supervision. At the same time, EMCC also accepts that competence frameworks do not capture everything. For instance, qualities such as ‘personal presence’ and the ‘capacity to engage fully in the supervision relationship’ cannot be reduced, easily, to a group of capability indicators. Therefore, when considering the work of the supervisor, EMCC advocates an awareness of the whole person in addition to the skill set that they have to offer: ‘how they are being’ is equally as important as ‘what they are doing’.
The Coach supervisor, who will be providing these services will work under the EMCC Supervision Competence Framework.
The package for 5 sessions will include 60 minutes each as per the agreed schedule. Changes in the scheduling 24 hours before a session will not be accepted and if the client still cannot participate, the missed session it will be marked as done, so no refund will apply. If the client is late for a session, the session will end at the original ending time and will not be prolonged by the time missed by the client.
No show for more than 15 minutes for a session will deduct a full session and the coach will not be required to run the session, but the fee is going to be fully applied.
The coach cannot guarantee a specific outcome and does not own any responsibility for the personal achievements of the client.
By paying the fee, the client agrees to the statements above and commits to executing them accordingly.