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Coaching Supervision: Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses

  • 08 May 2024
  • 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom


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CCEU - 1.25 Core, .25 RD

Coaching Supervision:

Experience Coaching Supervision Through Three Lenses

ICF Philadelphia is excited to announce that we will be offering Coaching Supervision Demonstrations. Ken Giglio, Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a certified coach supervisor, will be leading supervision groups along with Lynn DeLay, Certified Coaching Supervisor, based on Mindful Leadership’s Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™. The sessions will be tailored toward the unique challenges that come with coaching situations for coaches working with clients internally or externally. These virtual Supervision Demonstrations will be offered twice in 2023 and will include 1.5 hours of demonstration.

Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of the coaches, their clients, and their organizations (adapted ICF definition). Group supervision uniquely provides a space for collective reflection and learning. Coaches explore the depth and breadth of their coaching work through three lenses—self as coach; relationship with the client; and influence of the system/s in which the client works. The group experience is designed to introduce coaches to the experience of supervision through demonstration.  Coaching Supervision as a practice builds a coach’s confidence, competence, connection, creativity, and compassion.

The ICF recognizes coaching supervision as part of a coach’s continuing professional development, and up to 10 hours of coaching supervision (delivering and/or receiving) will be counted toward Continuing Coach Education requirements. (Note: ongoing coaching supervision is a required practice by European and Australian coaching bodies, and it is also required by a growing number of corporations for coaches to obtain work.)

Pre-work for Group Coaching Supervision:
Please come prepared to present to the group a coaching case or theme/s from your coaching practice that you are curious about, have questions around, or may be struggling with. Reflect on how this coaching situation is impacting you and your relationship with your coaching client, and also reflect on how the system in which the client works might be impacting the coaching engagement.

Ask yourself, What am I noticing?

What am I sensing in my body and my surroundings?

Schedule of Group Coaching Supervision Demonstrations: 6/14/2023 and 10/25/2023

Learning Objectives:

1 - Been introduced to an integrative coaching supervision model (Tri-Lens) related to reflective practice for learning and development that builds capacity to view coaching work from a systems perspective

2 - Experimented and observed coaching supervision conversations to deepen insight and broaden awareness of how best to engage coaching clients within organizational systems

3 - Assessed their coaching work through a systemic, reflective practice

Ken Giglio, PCC, MCEC, Dip.CS:

Ken Giglio is Principal of Mindful Leadership Consulting, and a highly experienced executive coach, consultant & coach supervisor. Ken leads his team in developing mindful leaders to be attentive and present with themselves, others, and the systems in which they work. Prior to founding Mindful Leadership, Ken spent 22 years in corporate leadership positions, which included responsibility for the executive coaching and leadership development programs for a global financial brokerage firm. Ken is passionate about coaching supervision. He is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council’s (EMCC) Center for Excellence for Supervision, and he contributed two chapters to the book, Coaching Supervision, Voices from the Americas. One chapter highlights Ken’s Tri-Lens Coaching Supervision Model™, and the other was co-written with his colleague, @Lynne Delay (Chapter 8. Supervision in Globally Challenging Times: Supporting Coach Well-Being and Chapter 12. A Framework for Group Presence in Group Coaching Supervision).

Lynne De Lay, DPA, Dip.CS:

With a doctorate in management and a diploma in Coaching Supervision from Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA-UK), Lynne’s career as a leadership coach, mentor, and coach supervisor spans over twenty-five years and three continents. She has coached senior executives from across the globe and, as an accredited coach supervisor, has provided coach supervision to coaches to help them stay on the leading edge of their work.  Lynne was the Coaching Practice Leader for 9 years with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) in Europe where she lived for 25 years. Currently she is Managing Partner of One World Leaders and  the faculty of CSA-NA.

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