"…has the dual purpose of supporting the continued learning and development of the coach, as well as giving a degree of protection to the person being coached.
Coaching Supervision is a formal process of professional support, which ensures continuing development of the coach and the effectiveness of his/her coaching practice through interactive reflection, interpretive evaluation and the sharing of expertise.
The success of an intervention depends on the inner condition of the intervener.
Leading with the heart in our present moment encounters is the only wise way to approach life, because the heart as a present-moment sensing organ is our very best system for knowing the truth about a situation.
Creating a relational context that is conducive to learning and change is a pre-requisite of effective coaching practice…Change occurs in the crucible of relationship.
Unconditional presence is the most powerful transmuting force there is.
Words are secondary... far more important is the space of conscious presence that arises as you listen. That space is a unifying field of awareness in which you meet the other person without the separate barriers created by conceptual thinking.
Coach and client are engaged in a process of reciprocal influence... thus the person of the coach must be fully involved.Free Article & Newsletter Subscription×Free Book Chapter & Newsletter Subscription×