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Dr Brene Brown

Can your vulnerability as a coach get in your clients way?

Dr Brene Brown (2013) writes that ‘‘being’ rather than 'knowing' requires showing up and letting ourselves be seen’. Brown goes on to say ‘it requires us to dare greatly, to be vulnerable. To be vulnerable one needs the courage to surface and vo...

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Newly Qualified Coach Supervision

Does a newly qualified coach need supervision?

Newly Qualified Coach Supervision? It is totally understandable that many newly qualified coaches lose confidence post qualification. Following the high of passing the rigour of their coaching assessment, pouring their hearts into reading, essay writin...

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Confessions of a Supervisee

Confessions of a Supervisee

Confessions of a Supervisee I was talking with a colleague the other day about why I had wanted to become a supervisor, which I did some years ago now.  The main reasons I recalled were to do with supporting the coach community I’d set up back then ...

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Ideas for Coach Supervision content: Objectivity and Evasiveness

Ideas for Coach Supervision I was always keen to become a coach supervisor because my coaching tends to support people who need to have good soft skills in collaborative work, which can mean coaching some of the time. I anticipated the coach supervision ...

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Is supervision a gendered pursuit?

Who is supervision for? Anybody who would value a reflective space in which to reflect on their practice and encounter fresh perspectives. Who comes for supervision? Good question. Women, it would seem. At least that is the case for the flavour of supe...

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