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The Power of Super-Vision: Group Coaching Supervision Demonstration

Join us for a group coaching supervision demonstration! Two times will be offered to accommodate different schedules. Bring a case and join a circle of up to five coaches participating in this opportunity to experience the power of supervision (the rest of us will hold the space and share our collective learning after the demonstration).

Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which a coach brings their coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, patterns and questions, and places where personal bias and beliefs may get in the way of their coaching flow. The reflective dialogue of the supervision space supports coaches’ ongoing development as a coach, including expanded awareness, capacity, and perspectives – and provides much needed support, energy recharging, and connection in a profession that can be isolating.

ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:
•Increased self-awareness
•Greater confidence
•Increased objectivity
•Heightened sense of belonging
•Reduced feelings of isolation
•Increased resourcefulness

The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision can be counted as Core Competencies toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. By the end of the session participants will:
•Reflect on their work as coaches
•Be able to differentiate mentor coaching from coaching supervision
•Be able to differentiate individual from group coaching supervision
•Understand the benefits of coaching supervision
•Experience a group supervision session

CCEU's:  1.5 Core Competencies

Here is a link to the ICF Global page for information on Coaching Supervision:

Judy is an executive and team coach with both ICF and EMCC accreditations including Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Advanced Certified Team Coach (ACTC), EIA Senior Practitioner, and ITCA. She is certified in a wide range of individual and team coaching modalities and serves as faculty for the Systemic Team Coaching training program. She is also a certified trauma-informed coach and is a facilitator for DEI-related group coaching conversations.
Judy is a graduate of the highly regarded Goldvarg Consulting Group Coaching Supervision training program and partners with professional coaches to co-create a self-reflective space where coaches can unpack and learn from client cases, identify patterns and growth opportunities for themselves and their clients, wrestle with and find clarity around ethical issues and gray areas, hone in on skills to more consciously improve, and recharge and nourish themselves as human beings in order to show up as their whole and fully present selves in sessions (and in the world). Her coaching and supervision styles combine conversational, emotional, social, and somatic intelligence, as well as a background in mindfulness, yoga, neuroscience, and mediation.
Friday, June 21, 2024, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Meeting ID:
896 4987 8375
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Lauren Morris
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