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Individual coaching supervision

Deepen and strengthen you coaching practice through regular supervision sessions

Introducing our individual coaching supervision

Supervision is a key element of your ongoing professional development as a coach. It allows you to step back, reflect and look at the bigger picture. This ensures you stay sharp and that you keep your coaching practice fresh.

Who is the supervision for?

This supervision is for coaches who are independently running their own businesses or for internal coaches and organisational development specialists who are operating within different organisations. It is for those just starting out on their coaching journey and for coaches who are more experienced. Whatever your context, this one-on-one coaching supervision is available to you.

The benefits of supervision

Within a safe and confidential space, our supervision conversations offer you an outside perspective on your own practice. Supervision can support you as you face tricky or complicated client issues. Working through these challenges together can reveal unhelpful patterns of thinking or ways of seeing issues. You may choose to change how you contract or define the boundaries of your coaching relationship slightly differently. Discussing ethical dilemmas can free you to make sounder decisions.

  • Supervision will benefit you in these key areas of your coaching practice
  • Your work quality and ongoing professional development
  • Your personal and professional resilience and wellbeing
  • Your individual clients, your organisational clients and the wider system
  • The ethics of your coaching practice

Our supervisions will also be about finding more creativity, humour and experimentation in your coaching practice.

A commitment to good practice and regular supervision are key elements of any successful coach’s approach. That’s why we offer both virtual and face-to-face supervision session. Supervision sessions can be accessed virtually from anywhere in the world. For those coaches that are local, face-to-face meetings can also be arranged.

Our supervision approach

All our supervisions provide the highest level of confidentiality. Our supervisors value relationships and establishing mutual trust. It is at the heart of our work with coaches. This is why we steer away from simply setting up a one-off supervision meeting with you. We prefer to build a strong working alliance with you. Most coaches set up quarterly supervision sessions in advance over a year.

Our experienced supervisors value openness. We will provide you with the opportunity to talk about what matters to you. A chance to be honest with yourself, think deeply and challenge yourself. We can help you to build upon what already works, discover new ideas and applications that will enhance the quality and range of your coaching repertoire.

Specifically, we will provide you with:

  • Support as and when you need it
  • The assurance of a fresh perspective
  • A range of interventions and models you can draw upon
  • A sounding board on ethical issues
  • Space to reflect.

Where appropriate, we’ll share our expertise and coaching ideas with you to help you improve as a coach. Above all, we will help you reflect on your coaching and, time and again, you’ll return to your clients with a renewed focus and effectiveness.

Meet our directors

Jude Elliman

Jude helps her clients to think clearly, strategically and practically. She supports her clients as they face big challenges and pressing, significant issues. Jude’s coaching approach is highly relational, organisationally savvy and results-orientated.

Work with Jude

Nick Isbister

For 26 years, Nick has been a trusted advisor to many leaders and emerging leaders. He focuses on working with senior executives, helping them negotiate the pressures they face at the top of their organisations.

Work with Nick

Meet our other coaches

‘Jude has been my supervisor for years. Through her extensive experience as a coach, supervisor and trainer she provides me with invaluable insight as well as bringing focus on my ongoing development as a coach. She combines working at depth with practical outcomes, along with utter seriousness, humour and approachability.’

Helen McCallion
Executive Coach

Getting creative in Executive Coaching Supervision

Creativity enhances all sorts of situations. Creative thinking often delivers sparkles of brilliance, amazing and unexpected insights. And a creative slant gives executive coaches some real advantages, helping them re-imagine situations, dream up unusual solutions, and see things very differently. Here’s how creativity in executive coaching supervision can be a real game-changer.

‘Jude has been my supervisor for years. Through her extensive experience as a coach, supervisor and trainer she provides me with invaluable insight as well as bringing focus on my ongoing development as a coach. She combines working at depth with practical outcomes, along with utter seriousness, humour and approachability.’

Helen McCallion
Executive Coach

“Jude has supervised me, over a number of years, to identify and appreciate organisational development challenges in a very objective way. This has not only helped me successfully implement a number of change management initiatives, but also maintain my own learning and development in complex situations and environments. Jude has a unique talent of getting to the practical source of an issue, while managing the more holistic elements from a personal and overall human perspective.”

Richard Butler
L & D Senior Manager, WIPO (United Nations Agency)

Getting creative in Executive Coaching Supervision

Creativity enhances all sorts of situations. Creative thinking often delivers sparkles of brilliance, amazing and unexpected insights. And a creative slant gives executive coaches some real advantages, helping them re-imagine situations, dream up unusual solutions, and see things very differently. Here’s how creativity in executive coaching supervision can be a real game-changer.

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Introducing our individual coaching supervision

Supervision is a key element of your ongoing professional development as a coach. It allows you to step back, reflect and look at the bigger picture. This ensures you stay sharp and that you keep your coaching practice fresh.

Who is the supervision for?

This supervision is for coaches who are independently running their own businesses or for internal coaches and organisational development specialists who are operating within different organisations. It is for those just starting out on their coaching journey and for coaches who are more experienced. Whatever your context, this one-on-one coaching supervision is available to you.

The benefits of supervision

Within a safe and confidential space, our supervision conversations offer you an outside perspective on your own practice. Supervision can support you as you face tricky or complicated client issues. Working through these challenges together can reveal unhelpful patterns of thinking or ways of seeing issues. You may choose to change how you contract or define the boundaries of your coaching relationship slightly differently. Discussing ethical dilemmas can free you to make sounder decisions.

  • Supervision will benefit you in these key areas of your coaching practice
  • Your work quality and ongoing professional development
  • Your personal and professional resilience and wellbeing
  • Your individual clients, your organisational clients and the wider system
  • The ethics of your coaching practice

Our supervisions will also be about finding more creativity, humour and experimentation in your coaching practice.

A commitment to good practice and regular supervision are key elements of any successful coach’s approach. That’s why we offer both virtual and face-to-face supervision session. Supervision sessions can be accessed virtually from anywhere in the world. For those coaches that are local, face-to-face meetings can also be arranged.

Our supervision approach

All our supervisions provide the highest level of confidentiality. Our supervisors value relationships and establishing mutual trust. It is at the heart of our work with coaches. This is why we steer away from simply setting up a one-off supervision meeting with you. We prefer to build a strong working alliance with you. Most coaches set up quarterly supervision sessions in advance over a year.

Our experienced supervisors value openness. We will provide you with the opportunity to talk about what matters to you. A chance to be honest with yourself, think deeply and challenge yourself. We can help you to build upon what already works, discover new ideas and applications that will enhance the quality and range of your coaching repertoire.

Specifically, we will provide you with:

  • Support as and when you need it
  • The assurance of a fresh perspective
  • A range of interventions and models you can draw upon
  • A sounding board on ethical issues
  • Space to reflect.

Where appropriate, we’ll share our expertise and coaching ideas with you to help you improve as a coach. Above all, we will help you reflect on your coaching and, time and again, you’ll return to your clients with a renewed focus and effectiveness.

Meet our directors

Jude Elliman

Jude helps her clients to think clearly, strategically and practically. She supports her clients as they face big challenges and pressing, significant issues. Jude’s coaching approach is highly relational, organisationally savvy and results-orientated.

Work with Jude

Nick Isbister

For 26 years, Nick has been a trusted advisor to many leaders and emerging leaders. He focuses on working with senior executives, helping them negotiate the pressures they face at the top of their organisations.

Work with Nick

Meet our other coaches

‘Jude has been my supervisor for years. Through her extensive experience as a coach, supervisor and trainer she provides me with invaluable insight as well as bringing focus on my ongoing development as a coach. She combines working at depth with practical outcomes, along with utter seriousness, humour and approachability.’

Helen McCallion
Executive Coach

Getting creative in Executive Coaching Supervision

Creativity enhances all sorts of situations. Creative thinking often delivers sparkles of brilliance, amazing and unexpected insights. And a creative slant gives executive coaches some real advantages, helping them re-imagine situations, dream up unusual solutions, and see things very differently. Here’s how creativity in executive coaching supervision can be a real game-changer.

‘Jude has been my supervisor for years. Through her extensive experience as a coach, supervisor and trainer she provides me with invaluable insight as well as bringing focus on my ongoing development as a coach. She combines working at depth with practical outcomes, along with utter seriousness, humour and approachability.’

Helen McCallion
Executive Coach

“Jude has supervised me, over a number of years, to identify and appreciate organisational development challenges in a very objective way. This has not only helped me successfully implement a number of change management initiatives, but also maintain my own learning and development in complex situations and environments. Jude has a unique talent of getting to the practical source of an issue, while managing the more holistic elements from a personal and overall human perspective.”

Richard Butler
L & D Senior Manager, WIPO (United Nations Agency)

Meet our directors

Jude Elliman

Jude helps her clients to think clearly, strategically and practically. She supports her clients as they face big challenges and pressing, significant issues. Jude’s coaching approach is highly relational, organisationally savvy and results-orientated.

Work with Jude

Nick Isbister

For 26 years, Nick has been a trusted advisor to many leaders and emerging leaders. He focuses on working with senior executives, helping them negotiate the pressures they face at the top of their organisations.

Work with Nick

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Getting creative in Executive Coaching Supervision

Creativity enhances all sorts of situations. Creative thinking often delivers sparkles of brilliance, amazing and unexpected insights. And a creative slant gives executive coaches some real advantages, helping them re-imagine situations, dream up unusual solutions, and see things very differently. Here’s how creativity in executive coaching supervision can be a real game-changer.