Jonathan Passmore
Tracy Sinclair


Supervision has become an important element within coach continuing professional development, and although it’s not the only way for coaches to reflect on their practice, the use of supervision as a mechanism is now widely accepted.Moreover, purchasers of coaching services want to know they are buying the best and knowing that a coach is in supervision can be a great way of demonstrating quality assurance, professionalism and integrity in one’s coaching practice.Indeed, in some communities, being in coaching supervision is now a prerequisite for providing coaching services within certain organisations. In this chapter we explore what supervision is, its benefits and how it can form part of a wider portfolio of a coach’s professional development and reflective practice.

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