As Certified Coaching Supervisors we offer both one-on-one coaching supervision and ongoing groups.

Coaching supervision is distinctly different from our work as trainers and mentors. Supervision is a peer-to-peer, collaborative and dynamic process that we have found to be uniquely valuable to the professional development of coaches.

If you have questions about coaching supervision, we would love to talk to you!  Email us at info@mentorcoachcertification.com to learn more about our supervision services.

Coaching Supervision gives us an opportunity to support coaches in a collaborative conversation that allows exploration of a broad spectrum of topics including;

• Analysis of coaching case studies to better understand options for coaching strategies to improve client outcomes.
• Reflection on the coaches’ internal thought processes and assumptions.
• Revealing blind spots.
• Exploring ethical issues and contracting challenges.
• Brainstorming solutions to complex and challenging client situations.
• Appreciating and celebrating the accomplishments of the coach.
• Providing accountability and a sounding board for ideas.

The European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) defines coaching supervision as:

The interaction that occurs when a coach brings their coaching work experiences to a supervisor in order to be supported and to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach, their clients, and their organizations.

According to the International Coach Federation;

Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients.

Coaching supervision differs from coaching and mentoring. Coaching is designed to help clients achieve their objectives through self-awareness, goal setting, and action planning. Mentor Coaching for a coach credential is focused on developing the core competencies and skills required for coaching. Coaching supervision includes creating a safe space for the coach and supervisor to reflect on the overall system to support the coach’s growth and improved client outcomes.

We have been training and mentoring coaches for 17 years and are now certified as Coach Supervisors after completing the Coaching Supervision Certification Program with Dr. Damian Goldvarg, MCC.

Each hour of Coaching Supervision is awarded 1 CCEU in the core competencies, and can be used to satisfy up to 10 hours of the required 40 hours to renew a credential with the International Coach Federation.

Please email us at info@mentorcoachcertification.com to learn more about our supervision services.

Who is a Coaching Supervision group for?

This group is for you if you are interested in:

  • expanding your self awareness and self reflection as a coach
  • receiving professional feedback, support and collaboration with other coaches
  • learning from your coaching colleagues and group supervisors
How are the sessions organized?

Each group is scheduled for six 90-minute sessions (1 x per month) for up to 8 participants.
During each session;
the first 10 minutes includes introductions, outline of the call, setting the tone of the session and going over class agreements.
3 coaches will be given the opportunity to share a “case.” Usually this is a coaching situation that they have a question (s) they would like to explore.
Once the case is shared, all group members are given the opportunity to participate in the form of questioning or feedback within a structure facilitated by the group Supervisors.  This is an interactive process that invites everyone’s participation in a safe and supportive setting.
The final 10 minutes includes sharing of learning.
The group meets via a Zoom link.

Group Supervision Requirements and Cost
Requirements:

500+ hours of coaching experience

ICF Credential (ACC, PCC or MCC)

Cost:

$750 for six 90-minute sessions (9 hours total)

Important note: There is limited space in this small group setting. We are accepting a maximum of 8 coaches, so let us know right away so we can save your spot, and send you a link to register. Email us at info@deeperconversationscoaching.com.

What is the best way to prepare for Group Coaching Supervision
Coaching Supervision offers the coach the opportunity to reflect. Give yourself time prior to each session, to consider your client situations and to decide what you might want to bring to the Supervision session.

Some questions to reflect on prior to Supervision:

What am I comfortable bringing to Supervision?
What might I be willing to bring to the Supervision conversation, even though it may feel uncomfortable?
What would I like from my Supervisor and members of the group in terms of feedback and support?
Is there anything I might be hiding from myself or my Supervisor?
Where is my opportunity for growth as a coach?
Once you join the group we will give you additional resources for identifying a case or a situation to bring to the group. We are also happy to have a conversation with you to answer any questions you may have about the process.

On Being a Supervisee by Michael Carroll and Maria C. Gilbert, offers many strategies for preparing for the Supervision process.

Who will be my supervisor?

Sheri Boone, MCC BCC

Sheri is a Master Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation, a trainer, mentor and supervisor. She is a co-author of Pause: 52 Ways to Shift Any Outcome in Less Than a Minute, a book and card deck of practical mindfulness practices for leaders, and the co-creator of the Deeper Conversations Coaching Program and Mentor Coach Certification.

Coaching for 20+ years, she served for 6 years as the Director of Training and Supervised Coach for the International Coach Academy and currently serves as Director of Training for the Center for Executive Coaching. In her private practice, as the owner of MCC Mentor Coach, she has successfully mentored many coaches to their MCC credential. Sheri’s passion is guiding and mentoring coaches through certification and credentialing.

Sheri holds a B.A. in Social Science/Psychology from Marylhurst University. She received her MCC credential from the International Coach Federation in 2004, her Board Certified Coach certificate in 2011, and is a Master Certified Inspired Learning Facilitator.

Jamee Tenzer, PCC BCC

Jamee Tenzer is a Coach, Trainer and Mentor. For the past 15 years, she has been privileged to work internationally as a coach mentor and trainer and to coach executives and managers in many industries including; entertainment, non-profit and technology. In addition to serving as a trainer and mentor for the International Coach Academy from 2006 to 2015, she also co-developed and continues to serve as a trainer for three ICF Accredited training courses for coaches; Deeper Conversations Coaching, Real Coaching Sessions Unplugged and Mentor Coach Certification. All three programs support coaches in gaining a deeper understanding of the ICF Core Competencies and earning CCEUs for their credential renewal.

In June of 2005, Jamee earned a certificate as a mediator through the Center for Dispute Resolution and collaborated with Mediation Partners to develop and deliver a pilot peer mediation program for middle school students at risk in Los Angeles. She also served as a mediator for youth at risk through the Centinela Youth Services mediation program.

Jamee is a member of the International Coach Federation, Producers Guild of America and Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She holds a CPC certification from the International Coach Academy, a PCC from the International Coach Federation and a BCC from the Center for Credentialing and Education.

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