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June 14, 2018

Have you ever felt like you’re going it solo in your coaching practice? Like you want to check with someone that what you just did with a client was the right thing and served them best?

Are you newly graduated or more mature in your coaching practice and a little confused or feeling stale at how to get your practice thriving, lead clients into excellent, service-based programs that transform their life and results with authenticity, in a way that feels right and true for you?

Coaching Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings his or her coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning.

Many coaches find their grand ideas for supporting people become smaller, or give up coaching altogether, because they don’t know if they’re really any good at it, or get distracted by other endeavours as they don’t have a professional structure in place, complete with peers, that helps them brainstorm, improve and keep serving, with excellence, enthusiasm and genuine interest in their field.


The Coaching Supervision Participation Group program includes:

4 x 1.5hr supervision sessions over 4 months with 4 coaches in the supervision group

  • Analysing and getting answers on one of your own issues at each and every session
  • Observing someone else’s learning issue with supervisor response with plenty of opportunity to make notes for yourself
  • Careful topic orchestration a wide variety of useful topics are covered every month for 4 months
  • Opportunity to receive feedback from your professional coach peers by supervisor-supported feedback sheets
  • Email support from your supervisor
  • Opportunity to renew for another 4-session over 4 months programme should you wish

Techniques we use in our Supervision:

  • Karpman Drama Triangle – ensuring you don’t fall into the ‘rescuer’ and blame trap
  • The Seven-eyed Model of Supervision by Hawkins and Shohet, derived from therapy and counselling supervision
  • Coaching Psychology – interactions between coach and client and triggers
  • Relationship Psychology including transference and counter-transference, ensuring your issues don’t transfer to a client
  • Organisations as systems
  • Coaching Presence
  • Accessing Intuition
  • Creative Perspectives
  • Simultaneous Self-Observation & Coaching – conscious and mindful coaching

Contact us for more details.


Noble Manhattan Coaching Americas Team

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