Coaching supervision“…is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings his or her coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach and his or her clients.”
~ International Coach Federation
We provide coaching “super vision” to internal, external or leaders/managers who coach others who:
- Have at least 100 hours of 1:1 and group coaching experience;
- Long for personal and professional learning, development and restoring vitality to their work (that traditional training, webinars, and conferences don’t provide);
- Have a deep desire in developing themselves to work with challenging client situations, behaviors or relationship boundaries;
- Need to be assured of personal professionalism, integrity and ethical practice in their work;
- Yearn to work with an experienced coach and supervisor who will respect, honor and celebrate the best in them.
“Mary Jo creates a safe, reflective space for our coaching supervision sessions. She focuses on my emotions and helps me connect what I’m feeling with how I’m coaching. Mary Jo has the professional and coaching experience that makes our supervisions sessions meaningful. She offers guidance, perspective, and expertise just where I need it in my thinking and in my coaching.”
“In every session with Mary Jo, she has helped me identify a blind spot, expand awareness of numerous aspects of my coaching, and ultimately provide a more helpful service to my clients. She has also made me laugh every session and look forward to the next one. I feel comfortable predicting that if you hire Mary Jo Asmus as a supervisor, she will help you be a better coach--because that has been her effect on me.”
NOTE: For ICF members, each hour of coaching supervision will count as one CCEU for credential renewal. Supervision is not a substitute for any credential requirement to have “coach specific training” or a mentor coach.