What we do:-

facilitation skills training programs

We work with clients, usually across 6 sessions, to help them to unlock their potential as leaders. Typical areas of focus include identifying purpose and values, developing authentic leadership and executive presence, female leadership, building effective stakeholder relationships, increasing confidence, managing personal and professional change and building resilience.
Working with groups and teams within organisations to help them achieve the end results that they are looking for.
Using reliable tools such as Hogan, MBTI and OPQ to profile individuals and teams in order to identify their strengths and areas for development.

HR and OD Consulting

Helping organisations to unlock the power of their people and build brilliant organisations where people want to work!

Supervision / ICF Mentor Coaching

Whether you are a new or an experienced coach you should be undertaking supervision. The ICF recommends 1 hour of supervision for every 20 hours of coaching. You may find it helpful to increase this ratio if you are a new coach.

What is supervision?

‘Supervision sessions are a place for the coach to reflect on the work they are undertaking, with another more experienced coach. It has the dual purpose of supporting the continued learning and development of the coach, as well as giving a degree of protection to the person being coached’ (Bluckert 2004).

The coach needs a safe environment in which they can explore what is happening for them in the coaching relationship. This is very important if they in any way feel “stuck” in the coaching relationship and unsure how to move forward.

Investing in supervision will enable you to continue to reflect upon and develop your coaching skills to the highest standards, build your resilience and confidence as a coach and explore any ethical issues and dilemmas that you may encounter in a safe and confidential environment. It will also help to grow and develop the coaching profession by focusing on effective outcomes and the highest standards of professionalism.

Mentor Coaching for ICF Accreditation

If you are thinking of working towards ICF accreditation, you will be required to undertake 10 hours of mentor coaching (supervision), over a minimum of 3 months, with a qualified (ICF accredited) Mentor Coach.

Mentor coaching differs slightly from supervision in that the sessions must focus only on your coaching skills (based in the 11 ICF core competencies) rather than on your practice building or any of the other topics referenced above.

A minimum of 3 of the 10 mentor coaching hours must be one-on- one.

Group sessions may count for a maximum of 7 hours toward the requirement. The group being mentor coached may not consist of more than 10 participants. I can mentor coach a group that you have already formed or invite you to join an existing group that I am supervising.