• Summary
  • Contents
  • Subject index

This is the definitive introduction to coaching and mentoring, written by an experienced and multidisciplinary team. Taking you all the way through from the emerging theory to informed practice, the book covers:  • Skills, purposes and outcomes of coaching and mentoring processes  • The many settings in which they take place – public, private and voluntary  • Coaching and mentoring’s evidence base and how it is assessed  • The professionalization of coaching and mentoring and a move towards integration. Supported by a wide range of case studies, activities, further questions and topics for discussion, this book is a comprehensive but accessible introduction. The authors take a critical approach and go beyond the basics, to support your development as a critically reflective practitioner. It is essential reading for those studying coaching and mentoring, and professionals looking to integrate coaching and mentoring into their organizations.

Towards a Model of Coaching Supervision
Towards a Model of Coaching Supervision
Chapter outline
  • The scale of supervision
  • Models of coaching supervision
  • Developmental models of supervision
  • Social role supervision models
  • Modes of supervision
  • Media and supervision
  • Evaluating the supervision relationship
  • Internal or external supervision?
  • Ethics in coaching supervision
  • Supervision and the professional coaching associations
  • International aspects of supervision
  • The darker side of supervision
Keywords

Supervision, role-modelling, teaching, professional practice, ethics

Chapter objectives

After reading this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Describe what is meant by supervision in coaching
  • Distinguish between coaching supervision and supervision conducted with other helping professions such as psychotherapy
  • Justify the use of supervision in coaching by recognising its benefits
  • Critically evaluate the role of the professional coaching associations in promoting supervision
Introduction

When the International Coaching Research Forum (ICRF) met in 2008 to produce 100 coaching research proposals, of the 16 ...

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