There is great benefit for new and developing life coaches in working with an experienced mentor or supervisor. Steve is a senior NLP Accredited Coach with a private practice and a long history of successfully teaching new coaches. He is a trained supervisor and experienced mentor.
The term ‘supervision’ is used in different ways depending on the context: here is what I am offering:
1. Clinical Supervision
Bringing your client work to supervision accelerates learning and helps you build skills and confidence more quickly. The key elements, essential for quality control, are regular reviewing and monitoring.
The practice of reviewing and monitoring their work helps a coach to develop their skills, and enables them to solve problems more effectively. The aim is to provide the best possible quality of service, and to prevent harm from occurring.
2. Coach Mentoring
Mentoring is a relationship between two people with the goal of professional and personal development. The Mentor is usually an experienced practitioner who is able to share knowledge, experience, support and advice, with a less experienced ‘mentee’.
Mentoring for newer coaches often focuses on creating and building a full-time or part-time business, together with all the legal, financial, ethical and practical issues involved in managing a private practice. It can also address niche-building, marketing and promotion.
Contact me to see how I can help you.