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I would like you to read the information so that when we meet at our first session we can discuss why these elements are import to us all and then move on to discuss and agree the elements of Stage 2 of your Coaching Contract

It is vitally important that you bring an issue, concerns or area that you wish to explore to Coaching Supervision. Throughout supervision, we will utilise your experience, strengths, professional practices, questions and boundaries to explore the area that you and the Group bring to supervision.

Supervision will meet you within your practice and help you expand and deepen it in a way that is authentic to you. It creates a safe space for you to reflect and think about specific coaching issues, reflect on what interventions you have chosen to use with individuals. What was the rationale for them and what other techniques could you use in the future? What has worked well and what you would like to change. The issue you bring may not be about a client, it could be about you and your personal development in being a coach, or about the impact that being a coach is having on you as a person. It requires – An open mind, seeking alternatives, proactively resolving problems, asking what if, testing ideas, thinking about consequences, viewing things from a different perspective

In thinking about the element you will bring to supervision consider the 3 main headings I mentioned earlier and consider what your issues is, what you have already done but what you still have that you would like to share in order to gain greater insight through supervision. It is my intention as your Coaching Supervisor to build within you a more and more sophisticated set of self-reflective skills so that you continue to grow as a coach

Rachel Robins

Dr Rachel Robins is a qualified Coach and Mentor. Rachel is passionate about helping individuals and organisations to reach their full potential, through proven and innovative coaching and delivery style.

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