There is surprising new evidence on what is useful about coaching supervision, says Alison Hodge. Based on the latest doctoral research, we may need to review how we approach supervision and what coaches require to remain ‘fit for purpose’ In 2008, I sat in the garden with a colleague and explored why so few executive coaches appeared to engage in regular coaching supervision, ie, one-to-one dialogue with a professionally qualified supervisor (only 44 per cent did, according to a survey conducted in 2006 by Hawkins & Schwenk on behalf of the CIPD). We explored the complexity and demands...

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