Supervision maintains standards, so why the slow uptake, asks Julia Menaul in the latest column from the Association of Coaching Supervisors

  Many in the coaching profession believe having regular supervision with a trained supervisor is beneficial and describe three key aspects:
  • Normative/qualitative This is an opportunity for coaches to ask, ‘Am I doing this right?’ ‘Was this intervention with a client OK?’ This allows coaches to check that they’re operating to a good standard and that they haven’t...

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