This interactive session looked at the functions of Coaching SuperVision and invite you to reflect on what would coaching supervision look like and feel like if we allowed supervisees to arrive intact at their own transformation later better than arriving early with a stack of needed repairs and a harness? If our overall wish is to increase the acceptance of coaching supervision as a formative, normative, and restorative opportunity for coaches and to be in service of our profession, what needs to shift in our approach to coaching supervision to distinguish it from therapeutic and counseling supervision? (adapted from Nancy Kline: More Time to Think).
As a Global Executive Coach, Maureen accompanies individuals and teams on their journey to high performance where collaboration and communication are key components to success, engagement and wellbeing. • As a Coach Mentor and Supervisor, she creates a psychologically safe space where Coaches can reflect on what went well in their coach client sessions, what they would have done differently and what skills development they would like to improve. In her Group Coaching Super-inter-vision sessions, she invites coaches to be at their best (Super) while gaining insights from the group (intercultural, inter-relational, inter-sectionality) and raising their awareness of their coaching practice with a strategic vision of how they want to show up in their client sessions. • Fun fact: Mother of two, she’s an amateur photographer, worldwide traveler before COVID, and enjoys her butterfly garden when in Florida where she spends the winter