MENTORING AND SUPERVISION

MENTORING AND SUPERVISION OF COACHES WITH COACHING WAYS

Coaching Ways Iran offers mentoring and supervision to support coaches on their practice and posture. These two types of support enable them to improve their understanding of the 11 coaching skills as part of the certification process and to support them in dealing with the difficulties encountered during their coaching.

Difference between Mentoring and Supervision

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MENTORING AND SUPERVISION?

Mentoring is coaching by a mentor that allows the coach to develop and improve his or her skills. ICF mentoring will focus on the 11 competencies of the coach.

Supervision consists of coaching a coach by a supervisor around a reflection on what the coach reports from these interactions with his clients in order to learn from them for the benefit of the coach and his clients.

At Coaching Ways Iran, mentors and supervisors are coaches certified by ICF as minimum PCC coaches, with whom you will work on the objectives of your choice, related to your coaching practice.

For mentoring

  • Your ethics
  • Your continuous development of your coaching skills (11 ICF skills)
  • Your certification objective
  • Your techniques and tools

For supervision

  • Your vocation as a coach
  • Your coaching posture
  • Your coaching style
  • You yourself in various coaching cases and in particular, those that are problematic for you
  • Your personal journey that resonates with that of the clients you support
  • Your personal and professional maturity

When and How

WHEN AND HOW DOES MENTORING AND SUPERVISION WORK?

During the training 3 hours of individual mentoring (and 7 group mentoring) are offered to help you integrate the skills as well as possible with the objective of acquiring the PCC level. After the training, mentoring will allow you to develop your skills in addition to the CCEs that you will collect following your training activities. Coach supervision will allow you to be accompanied on the first professional coaching and the first questions that the coach may be confronted with: his legitimacy, his relationship to money, the first coaching that resonates with his personal problems...
Mentoring and coaching both take place through a face-to-face session with a supervisor or mentor.

The importance of Supervision

WHY IS SUPERVISION IMPORTANT IN THE COACH'S LIFE?

As with any coaching, it will be a matter of broadening your vision by taking another point of support, to open up new perspectives. Listening in the presence and an outside look will help you to:

  • See at another level what is at stake for you in the relationship with your client (transfer versus transfer)
  • Go beyond your "blind spots", sweep your "blind spots", to secure your driving
  • Maintain this meta position, if it is useful for creating spaces that lead to innovative solutions

As the "client" is himself a coach, he has keys to reading about what he is going through in the session, which opens up new perspectives that he brings out through his awareness.