Sylviane Cannio, MCC
Sylvie Schoen-Schlumberger, PCC
Supervision and supervised practice groups, with what aim?
All professional coaches, whether external or internal, are required to be supervised. Supervision allows them to:
- understand their own strategies in front of the coachee
- understand the systems produced in a relationship between two, three or more, refine their contract negotiation techniques, etc.
- set off parallel processes, transfers and counter-transferences that often appear in coaching relationship and, thus, manage their energy in the long-term
- share experiences with other professional coaches based on real-life cases
- understand the course material of coaches who have pursued training in other schools
- become a “guinea pig” to practice tools and techniques
- review applied theories in their coaching practice: the coaching process, TA, NLP, systems approach, neuro-sciences, MBTI, enneagram, PCM, intercultural coaching, etc.
- attend coaching demonstrations and tools
- learn to coach immediately as a master coach by connecting to, and managing, their own emotions and intuitions and those of their client, becoming more and more comfortable in the process
- prepare for the ICF certification (we perform “blind assessments”)
- join a friendly group and follow the progress of each colleague
- enjoy the pleasure of learning and growing together.