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#34: Coaching Supervision - December 2020

  • 1 Dec 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Via Zoom Webinar


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ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce we will be offering Coaching Supervision as part of our 2020 Community of Practice series. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups for external and internal coaches based on his Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The separate groups for internal and external coaches will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with leaders internally and those working with clients externally. These monthly virtual meetings for each group will be held for 1.5 hours each. 

Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations. (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lens—self as coach; relationship with the client; influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to build a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s  continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

Pre-work for Group Coaching Supervision:

Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with. Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement. Ask yourself,

  • What am I noticing?
  • What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?

Bio:  Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, a global leadership consulting and executive coaching firm, with over 130 coaches and coach supervisors partnering with top organizations globally. Ken leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present within themselves, with others, and with the systems in which they work.


Link to Coaching Supervision Page:  http://mindful-leaders.com/services/coaching-supervision/

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