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  • Supervision needs to be clearly focused on the real nature of practical coaching and mentoring. Reflectiveness results in mindful work where we constantly consider what to do, why we do it and examine it to see how we can do it better. Supervision is a forum for reflecting on work in the presence of another or others who facilitate that process.

    Dr Mike Carroll
  • We understand another person in the same way as we understand, or seek to understand ourselves. What we do not understand in ourselves, we do not understand in the other person.

    CG Jung
  • Supervisors serve as the keepers of the faith and the mentors of the young. Theirs is a quiet profession that combines the discipline of science with the aesthetic creativity of art. It is a curious paradox that at their best they are the least visible.

    Alonso, ‘The Quiet Profession’
  • Supervision is an opportunity to bring someone back to their own mind, to show them how good they can be.

    Nancy Kline, ‘Time to Think’
  • Supervision can be a place where a living profession breathes and learns.

    Hawkins and Shohet, 'Supervision in the Helping professions'
  • The purpose of supervision is to ensure that the best interests of the Coachee and the Client are protected and to provide educative and restorative support to the coach.

    Myles Downey
  • Supervision is a place where a living profession breathes and learns….supervision can be a very important part of taking care of oneself, staying open to new learning, and an indispensable part of the coach’s ongoing self-development, self-awareness and commitment to learning.

    Hawkins and Shohet
  • "…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.

    Bluckert
  • 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.

    Bachkirova
  • Supervision allows me to be the professional I want to be.

    Susan Ingram, Full Potential Group
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