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Summary of Webinar:
If you’ve been wondering what the difference is between mentor coaching and supervision, and how you might benefit from either one or both of them, here’s your chance to find out.
- Define mentor coaching and supervision
- Differentiate coaching supervision from mentor coaching.
- Discuss why coaches invest in mentor coaching and supervision.
- Discuss when you might use each one and for what purpose.
1 CCEU Resource Development
Your Speaker: Clare Norman, PCC
Clare previously worked in learning and development roles in large corporates, and headed up development for leaders of all levels at Accenture. She won awards forherground-breaking behaviour change programmes.
She is a prolific blogger, and has written magazine articles on coaching, action learning and coaching supervision, a book, “Being a Sunbeam” and a digital book, “Seeing Beyond the Blind spots”.
Clare has 18 years of coaching experience and is a PCC.
Having worked as an internal and external coach herself, Clare is familiar with the ethical dilemmas facing both. She is a certified coach supervisor, and a mentor coach, for internal and external coaches. Clare sees coaching supervision as vital, to support coaches to stay sharp and stay safe; and her mentor coaching clients say that she challenges them to pay attention to their blind-spots and to operate at their edge.
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