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Nottingham Business School’s Elaine Robinson and her supervisor Erik de Haan from Ashridge Centre for Coaching share insights from one of their sessions What’s hard about supervision is that it makes us think about the myriad things we didn’t say, and weren’t even aware of. Individual coach supervision often feels like thinking of a helpful response when the moment has passed. Nevertheless, this also shows how supervision makes an executive coach acquire fresh perspectives, and how some of these may be useful for future coaching and other clients. The session I’ve been coaching Justin, a director in a manufacturing company. […]

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