Team coaches grasp the complexity and demands of the process and the skills they need, and believe supervision, including group supervision, is vital to help them stand back from the team they’re supporting, according to research. Both team coaches and team coaching supervisors are acutely aware of the need to be able to work with group process and dynamics, and to manage the complexity of organisational systems and culture, finds a survey of team coaches and supervisors by Clutterbuck Partnership. Team coaches believe supervision is of paramount importance because it helps them develop awareness of self and of the potential […]

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