Showing value and building trust are key for coaches in supervision. The Association of Coaching Supervisors research and discussion is summarised by Peter Welch and Lorenza Clifford in Coaching at Work's March/April 2020 issue, see pages 20-21.
According to several different studies in the last 5 years, more organisations are using coaches as a key strategy to help develop leadership capabilities and increase the engagement, performance and productivity of their people.
Thank you to the entire conference team at University of Wales (UWTSD) and Wales Institute of Work Based Learning (WIWBL) and to the conference participants for a great response to our demonstration. It was so good to hear your response to our use of representation i...
If you are a coach who does not have supervisor currently, you might like to consider what Coaching Supervision could bring to your practice during 2018.
Lorenza Clifford, has been accredited as a Coaching Supervisor since 2012.