By Michelle Lucas, AC Supervision Lead
Coaching supervision is being used increasingly by coaches to gain more insights into their work, their client relationships, the impact client work may have on them and to deal with challenging coaching situations.
Ask any professional coach if they have supervision and they will generally say “yes”. In fact the CIPD research in 2006 found that that whilst 86% of coaches say they believe in having regular supervision, only 44% actually did so.
This would suggest that a high proportion of coaches may not yet have experienced supervision. So, for those who have not yet embraced Coaching Supervision, this Guide explains more about what it is and how it can work for the benefit of both coach and client.
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