A cornerstone of great coaching

Supervision

‘I believe that if one always looked at the skies, one would end up with wings’

Gustave Flaubert

Talk, reflect and learn

Becoming the best we can be

Supervision is one of the cornerstones of great coaching where we have the space to reflect on our current practice; enabling us to talk about it, explore different perspectives, experiment and learn – becoming the best coach we can be for our clients.

I have had supervision ever since I started coaching and have found it invaluable. Now, as a qualified supervisor, I have the privilege of working alongside other coaches as they develop and grow their practice.

I work with both independent and internal coaches at all stages of their careers, offering one to one and group sessions in person, online or by phone.

A reflective, creative and thoughtful space

My approach

In my supervision I aim to build a reflective, creative and thoughtful space for coaches to explore their coaching clients, their personal development and their broader practice.  My art-based practice also comes in as it is a great way of exploring the dynamics and hidden patterns in our work with our clients.

Whilst supervision may focus on client issues, it is also about you and your wider practice, including:

Growth – helping you to develop and grow your practice

Capacity – always being mindful of your capacity and internal resources to be as effective as you can be

Best Practice – being alert to working ethically and exploring best practice

One to one supervision

When working one to one with me you have a dedicated, private and confidential space to reflect and work on your practice; allowing you to go deeper and spend time on the areas of focus that are important for you and your clients.

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Group supervision

In group supervision you are in a supportive environment with peers where you have access to a richness of inputs, varying perspectives and different experiences to learn from.

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Internal coach supervision

As someone who has been supervising internal coaches for a number of years, I appreciate the unique challenges this form of coaching brings.

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Coach mentoring

It is a privilege to be able to share my experience of setting up and growing a coaching practice with other coaches, both those new to the profession as well as others looking to take their practice to the next level. 
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ART-based supervision

Using art in supervision can be invaluable for understanding, exploring and reflecting on the dynamics within your coaching relationships.
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‘Thank you so much for today’s supervision session.  I got tremendous pleasure and thought-stimulation from it.’

‘Thanks for a great and insightful session’

‘Anna, thank you for a wonderful and uplifting coaching supervision experience today!!’  

Exploring your supervision requirements

Please get in touch if you would like to talk through your supervision requirements
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