UPCOMING EVENTS

The BMC faculty provide ICF ACTP, ACSTH and CCE coach training programmes globally both face-to-face and via an interactive webinar. We also specialise in executive, leadership and organisational coaching for individuals and teams. All of our programmes are delivered in an innovatve experiential style.

                              
One to One Coach Mentoring and Supervision

BMC offers one-to-one Mentor Coaching and Supervision in line with ICF professional guidelines.

When a Coach brings their work to coaching supervision, the collaborative learning dialogue between Coach and Coaching Mentor/Supervisor may:

  1. Assure best practice coaching and ensure continual growth and development of the coaching practice

  2. Provide an opportunity to better understand self, the client, the client’s system and the choices made with the engagement

  3. Raise awareness of personal reactions to the Coachee and/or the system and provide a safe place for exploring these

  4. Serve as a restorative function.

Mentor Coaching and Supervision may include:

  • Exploring the coach’s internal process through reflective practice

  • Reviewing establishing the coaching agreement and any other psychological or physical contacts, both implicit and explicit

  • Uncovering blind spots and parallel process

  • Ethical issues

  • Ensuring the coach is ‘fit for purpose’ and perhaps offering accountability

  • Looking at all aspects of the Coach and Coachee’s environment for opportunities for growth in the system

  • Coaching Supervision is a recognised part of continuing professional development (CPD) and is distinct from Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential.

ICF’s Position on Coaching Supervision:

  • ICF recommends Coaching Supervision for full-time professional coach practitioners as part of their portfolio of CPD activities.

  • Coaching Supervision is sufficiently different from coaching that training to provide the knowledge and opportunity to practice supervision skills is needed. As such, all coaching supervisors should receive coaching supervision training.

Mentor Coaching and Supervision

Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development.  ICF is committed to provide opportunities to coaches to consistently develop and grow professionally.  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.