Many professional fields of practice, including medicine, psychology, social work and law, have long engaged in supervision as a key ingredient for building high quality professional skills. At Hudson, we’re committed to providing our coaches with a variety of vehicles for strengthening capacity because we know supervision is a best practice for any coach dedicated to providing quality services to their clients.
SUPERVISION AND YOUR DEVELOPMENT JOURNEY
As a Hudson Institute Coach, you quickly learn that the developmental journey of a coach is ever evolving and the depth of capacity is in large measure related to the coach’s commitment to their ongoing development. Coaching supervision provides you an opportunity to deepen your capacity to work effectively in your coaching engagements. The work of the coach is most often done as a solo practitioner, so putting in place the practice of dedicating a regular time and space to come together with a supervisor and fellow coaches inevitably allows you to reflect upon your work, gain new perspectives and insights, and stay on your own development journey.
Our supervision places a focus on the working relationship between coach, client and the key stakeholders in the client organization as well as the dynamics of the coach, supervisor and members of the supervision group. As we attend to the multiple layers of the system at play in any coaching engagement, the coach inevitably uncovers parallels and patterns that are difficult to perceive without the support of supervision.
The dimensions essential in great coaching include theory and skill based competencies, a reliable and agile methodology, a use of self as coach and a holistic and transformational perspective – and together, we continually link back to these key areas of development throughout the supervision experience.
Tuition Fee: $1,500 $900 for recent CIT graduates, first time. Registration is limited: groups available until filled.
Criteria for Admission
- CHICoach graduate
- Active coaching practice and ability to regularly bring cases to supervision
- Twelve-month commitment to a supervision group
- 1-year commitment
- Monthly, 90-minute supervised group sessions for 10 months
- A development plan that you will update and change as the supervision unfolds
- A commitment to bring coaching cases to the call each month
- Pre-work for understanding the purpose of supervision, the process and individual goal setting
- Bi-weekly member meetings
- Required and recommended readings, articles, etc.
- Quarterly Learning Modules with prep work for participants
- Occasional assessment discussions
Outcomes You Can Expect
- Thoughtful attention to developmental edges of each coach
- Attention to the working alliance between coach and client
- Capacity building in use of Self as Coach
- Exploration of transference and ‘parallel process’
- Use of reflection in action during supervision
- Linkage of coaching cases to coaching methodology
- Focus on thinking systems thinking
- Attention to boundary awareness and boundary management
- Linkage to key theories, concepts and best practices
- Examination of ethical issues and challenges that arise
Hudson Institute of Coaching is accredited through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Completion of a year-long Group Supervision Engagement earns 15 CCEUs from the ICF.
2017 GROUP SUPERVISION TIMES
1-Year Commitment Commencing in February 2017
Please choose a session that works for you.
Leader: Tom Pollack
Leader: Pat Adson
Leader: Marlyn Young
What coaches say about Hudson Supervision:
“Deciding to engage in a supervised coaching group was one of the best decisions I could have made. The opportunity to continue to benefit from the insights and guidance from masterful coaches is of such value, not only to me, but in the resulting work with my clients. As if that weren’t enough, the camaraderie, collaboration and continuing sense of community that we enjoy keeps me connected to a support network that enriches me. I would encourage and recommend to anyone considering how best to “raise their bar” to consider a supervised coaching group.” – Cheryl Sorgi