Coaching Supervision Group
Leaders: Paul Sanbar, Certified Coaching Supervisor, ESIA* & Courtney Birch Webster CPCC, PCC
Schedule: 2nd Wednesday of the month from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm PST
- February 9th
- March 9th
- April 13th
- May 11th
- June 8th
- July 13
- August 10th
- September 14th
- October 12th
- November 9th
- December 14th
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom.us / Your link to join the conference will be sent after you register.
(A unique Zoom video link will be provided for each session upon registration. Be sure to register every time you plan to attend to receive the updated link.)
Supervision is a non-judgmental partnership in which the coach brings his/her work to a supervisor to explore challenges, ethical dilemmas, emotional responses, and how the personal may intrude into the professional. The supervisor does not evaluate or judge but holds a reflective space for learning and connection for the group.
ICF research has identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:
- Increased self-awareness
- Greater confidence
- Increased objectivity
- Heightened sense of belonging
- Reduced feelings of isolation
- Increased resourcefulness
Two Groups, One Date and Time
Whether you are a newer coach or an experienced one, you will find a resonant space for you and your peers to gather and reflect. Both facilitators and all attendees will all meet together on Zoom to center ourselves, and then we will separate into two groups based upon experience.
- Paul Sanbar will lead the veteran coaches group
- Courtney Birch Webster will facilitate the group for coaches with fewer than 750 hours of coaching.
For both groups, we request that you take a moment of reflection prior to joining to ensure you bring into the session an active client case (or recently active) to discuss. That said if you’ve never experienced coaching supervision or you aren’t sure if your case is a good one, come anyway to learn and grow.