Coaching SuperVision

Take time for reflective practice, and invest in the greatest resource in your coaching toolkit – yourself – as a member of this Coaching SuperVision group program. 

If you’re a qualified coach ready to deeply reflect on your practice with the support of a trained and certified coaching supervisor, this is the place for you. Coaching SuperVision develops your coaching capacity, helping to refine your thought patterns, assumptions, biases and technique in the company of a peer community.

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IMAGE | Image by Alfred Cheney Johnston of Muriel Finley gazing at her reflection in a mirror, 1920s • Wikimedia Commons

ICF allows up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (CCE units) to be submitted toward credentialing or renewal. This program provides 10 hours of coaching supervision.

Stay in peak form as a coach, expand your capacity, reflect on and improve your professional practice with Coaching SuperVision. 

  • Continue to develop your reflective practice
  • Understand what works and why
  • Maintain professional and ethical standards
  • Become more aware of the dynamics of the coach-client relationship
  • Gain perspective on how to support challenging clients and situations

About the Coaching SuperVision program

This is a reflective, safe and confidential space where you can recognize your strengths and weaknesses, celebrate your successes, and confirm best practices. You’ll grow your capacity to notice who you are being through the challenges your practice presents, while increasing your resourcefulness and resilience.

I would recommend it to anyone …. Every case and every topic that anyone brings in – it’s fascinating how it lends to some part of who you are as a coach or what you’ve experienced already in your practice.

Ingrid Balogh, CPCC, PCC

Leadership Coach & Trainer

What’s the difference between coach mentoring and supervision?

About Our Collaborators

Meet the Coaching SuperVision Team

Novalda’s Kerry Woodcock and Larissa Thurlow join together to co-lead the Coaching SuperVision program. Kerry is particularly excited to work with Larissa in this capacity, as Larissa first introduced her to supervision back in 2017 – and acted as her first supervisor!

Larissa Thurlow brings extensive training and experience in working with individuals, groups and teams in education, finance, health, government, science and technology, and start-ups to facilitate reflective practice, learning, growth and development.

Kerry Woodcock leads change for a world of change, coaching pioneers and influencers to amplify the power of relationship and lead over the edge of change.

As supervisors, this team specializes in working with diverse people around the globe who are passionate about taking a stand and making a difference through the coaching work they love. Larissa and Kerry create a lighthearted, quirky atmosphere which encourages you to learn and play at the same time.

 

Larissa Thurlow offers coach supervising and mentoring services through Novalda in Calgary, Alberta
Change leadership expert coach Kerry Woodcock is principal of Novalda Coaching

What’s in this program?

Take a searching look at your strengths, weaknesses and areas for growth. 
Refresh and renew your coaching practice.
Connect with a community of peer coaches.
Clarify whether you are using appropriates strategies and best practices with your clients.

ICF allows up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (CCE units) to be submitted toward credentialing or renewal. This program provides 10 hours of coaching supervision.

Join the Coaching SuperVision adventure.

We’d love to have you as a member of our next cohort.

The nitty gritty details

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Four 90-minute Virtual Group SuperVision sessions – These Zoom meetings take place approximately every two months.

Four 60-minute 1:1 SuperVision sessions – You can schedule these meetings as soon as your registration is complete.

Peer community – Continue the conversation with your peers outside of group sessions.

 

Coaching supervision is a new and increasingly recognized method of supporting coaches as they continue to improve their self-awareness and capacity.

The International Coach Federation (ICF) and European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) consider working with a coach supervisor to be an important part of continuing professional development (CPD).

How does coaching supervision apply to your ICF Core Competency Continuing Coach Education (CCE) units? ICF Credential-holders may submit up to 10 hours of receiving coaching supervision as CCE units toward credential renewal.

Expand your awareness, reflect deeply on your practice, and illuminate fresh perspectives.

2022 Coach SuperVision Program

Four 90-minute Virtual Group SuperVision sessions

Participant Limit | 8

  • Group Supervision 1 • Friday, September 9 2022
    Group Supervision 2 • Friday, October 14 2022
    Group Supervision 3 • Friday November 4 2022
    7:00 am – 8:30 am Pacific | 8:00 am – 9:30 am Mountain | 10:00 am – 11:30 am Eastern | 14:00 – 16:30 UTC
  • Group Supervision 4 • Friday, December 2 2022
    7:00 am – 8:30 am Pacific | 8:00 am – 9:30 am Mountain | 10:00 am – 11:30 am Eastern | 15:00 – 16:30 UTC

Four 60-minute Virtual Individual Sessions
You will receive four 1:1 sessions – two with Larissa and two with Kerry. These meetings can take place anytime between confirmation of registration and the end of the program.

 

Registration Deadline | Monday, September 5th 2022

 

Program Cost | $1850 

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Novalda Coaching & Consulting Inc.