Everyone needs a bit of coaching sometimes, even coaches. That’s where supervision comes in. According to ICF, “Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both coaches and clients.”
The Coacharya Peer Coaching Supervision program creates a safe space for coaches to discuss (without violating client confidentiality) the challenges they are facing in their work.
How Peer Coaching Supervision Works
- Register for using the Register button or on this link.
- You’ll receive a confirmation email that includes the Zoom link.
- You can come to any of the monthly peer supervision sessions, but you don’t have to attend all of them. They will take place Thursday 9 pm IST, until further notice. You can convert to your local timezone here.
- When you join, you’ll need to e-sign the peer supervision agreement and code of conduct (MANDATORY)
- A facilitator (who is a trained coach or counselor) will anchor the call.
- All sessions will be in English.
- You will have the ability to edit your display name for anonymity.
- You can speak up or just listen to others sharing their experiences.
- This is meant to be a safe space to express what you’re going through and connect with others who may be in the same boat. There’s no judgment, commitment or expectations.
- Depending on the group size, breakout rooms may be used for 1:1 conversations or smaller groups.
Here are a few articles that you can read up to gain more understanding about Coaching Supervision and its importance: