Coaching Supervision

Coaching supervision helps coaches to monitor their work, reflect on their practice, identify areas for development and build a supportive environment for coaching. 
Our coaching supervision ensures the quality of your coaching. It is a process of reflective practice that encourages coaches to look at their strengths, weaknesses and any areas for improvement in order to better support the people they coach.

Coaching supervision helps you reflect on your practice, identify areas for development and build a supportive environment for coaching.

It can also reduce the risk of unethical practice and ensure that coaching is being done in a way that is consistent with professional standards.

Coaching supervision is important for anyone serious about coaching, as it helps to identify your own limitations and develop your skills in order to better serve the people you coach.

By engaging in regular supervision, you can ensure that you’re providing the best possible service to the people you coach.

Coaching Supervision

What People Say

I thought the course was an excellent introduction to the coaching mindset and philosophy. The practise coaching sessions where very informative and the real time feedback loop facilitated great learning experiences.  I would recommend this course to any leader who is looking to develop themselves, their teams, and their organisation.

John Hannah

Director, Project Delivery Success (PDS) Ltd

I found Tim to be an extremely reflective practitioner who made me reconsider the way I approach managing my team. The course is very well structured with a great balance of theory and plenty of opportunity for practising the skills introduced. I have since been able to implement these practically in my work environment, both in ‘corridor’ conversations and more formal coaching situations.

Allison Greenfield

St Swithuns School

So often this type of course can get lost in theory and quotes from gurus! This course does have theory, but it’s brought to life in a way that means you can move straight into practice in-between sessions. The exercises in the course are realistic and allow you to practise, in a safe environment, how the theory can be used in the “real world”.

Simon Ramskill

Chief Technology Officer, Electrocomponents

Attending Redbridge’s Coach training was revealing for me, as I have learned how important it is to establish myself as a coach for the people in my team. I have learned the importance of keeping a constant line of communication. The training provided a very clear and solid method for building my capability which is already showing positive results with my team.

Ian Tweedale

Category Director, Ferrero
RS Components
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