Developing a Reflective Practice
In the 2019 updated ICF core competencies we, as coaches, are now required to develop ‘an ongoing reflective practice to enhance one’s coaching’.
What does this mean for you? How might you go about it? How does this relate to Coaching Supervision? Join us for this webinar, enter a discussion with presenters, peers and colleagues, and experience a reflective tool through which your might explore your practice.
Our coaching work is often complex, layered, and sensitive. Jo believes that a regular reflective approach supports us to deepen relationships, navigate relational challenges, hold boundaries with love, and demonstrate integrity. If we can do this in our small part of the world….then there is hope for wider global understanding. Our work as coaches can be life changing for those who engage with us. Our responsibility is to them, and ourselves, to be available and authentic in the relationship. A reflective practice can help us to catch those moments where something gets in the way….and encourage us to explore this without fear, judgement or interpretation.
- Greater understanding of the new ICF requirements
- An awareness of a range of reflective practice techniques
- Experience one specific tool for individual reflection
- Devise plan for ‘reflection’ for this year
Jo Birch – Executive Coach | Supervisor | Psychotherapist
In addition to Executive coaching and psychotherapy, Jo offers advanced training to coaches who wish to become supervisors and frequently works in Asia Pacific, Russia and across Europe. She has been providing Supervision for counsellors, psychotherapists, coaches and leaders for over 20 years and is passionate about the professional alliance that has the capacity to enhance the practice of everyone involved – supervisee and supervisor! Jo is an active contributor to the professional field through journal articles and forums. She is co-Editor of Coaching Supervision: advancing Practice, changing landscapes