International Coach Federation Switzerland

03-07-2018 - Chapter meeting Bern

Supervision in Coaching

Moderator: Antonino Musumeci – Supervisor in coaching, Executive Coach and Trainer 

A lot of things are said about Supervision. A lot of people define themselves as Supervisor. But in fact, what is Supervision, what is a professional Supervisor? And to do what?

Supervisor in coaching develops coaches’ awareness of their practice, brings into focus the effects of dynamics in the space between both coaches and supervisors, and look beyond content to context. Building this level of relational awareness, the coach and the supervisor move from transactional and functional coaching to deep and transformative conversations that acknowledge the impact of the living, relational, systemic field of coaching.

Through skilled dialogue, creative interventions and collaborative learning, coaches in supervision have a space in which to reflect on and deepen all areas of their practice. 

Supervision may for example, enable to think through tough ethical dilemmas, boundary management, contractual issues or how to work better with ‘difficult’ coachees or resolve a ‘critical incident’ with a coachee. 

Key to this process, is supporting coaches to value and use their own Internal Supervisor – the ‘one’ who gets immediate cognitive, somatic and intuitive data and who, in my experience, is not noticed enough and is often underused. 

Objectives

  • Discover what is professional supervision
  • Understand and experience what are the benefits for professional coaches
  • Key points before to select and work with a supervisor

ICF Core Competencies

  • Create awareness 
  • Reinforce Ethics in Coaching with a Supervisor.
  • Coaching Presence

Moderator

Antonino Musumeci combines a strong background in Human Development with 25 years of practical experience in Human Resources. Nino started out with an apprenticeship in Swiss railways and then he moved in HR field and worked for Swiss and International companies. Nino's consulting, training and coaching approach is a direct result of his business background and practical, results-orientated attitude. His experience in local and international large organisations gives him a broad understanding of working and personal development. He brings diverse experience from a range of sectors including airlines, engineering, education, management consulting and pharmaceuticals. Nino is a PCC and recognised as a Member of ICF.  

CCEUs

Participants with ICF Certification, will receive 2.0 CCEUs. 

Workshop

Date
Tuesday, 3 July 2018


Time
18h45 Open doors
19h00 - 20h30 Workshop
20h30 - 21h00 Networking und Apéro 

Registration

Tutorial - Online Event Management with the ticketing solution from XING Events

Adresse

Zytfaenschter Bern

Kramgasse 73

3000 Bern

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