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Group Supervision Experience Calls Feedback
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Feedback from AGSE Participants
“I've found the group supervision calls very helpful, having participated for a number of years. The other coaches' experiences are hugely varied: some work in organisations, others are personal life coaches like myself, running a our own practices. The benefit of the calls for me is to gain different perspectives, both with challenging clients or on-going issues which I encounter as a self-employed coach. One challenge of being a self-employed coach can be a sense of isolation, so for me the telephone supervision sessions afford an opportunity to exchange ideas with other coaches; including the supervisor there can be up to five participants. I have always found everyone on the calls extremely helpful and kind, offering ideas or coaching tools that other coaches may find useful. If you are unsure about joining these calls I'd wholeheartedly recommend you try them because in my experience I've always come away having learned something to improve my own coaching skills.” Glynis Kozma
“I am a freelancer that travels the globe coaching people within many different cultures and contexts.

The calls offer me a place to feel part of a professional community, and more connected with other coaches, through sharing experiences, exchanging ideas and normalising areas of practice.

The supervision hosts really know their stuff, they are amazing professionals. I experience them holding the space beautifully, skilfully handling different levels of experience and practice, valuing and including everyone. I am always impressed by the way they manage the time on the call.

It’s a great opportunity to expand my frame of reference, hear different perspectives and see challenges through the eyes of others.“ Dina Zavrski-Makaric is an executive coach and team facilitator, specialising in development of established and upcoming managers, leaders, and teams. Her extensive career from Europe and AustralAsia make her ideal to support individuals and teams on managing change and transition in complex environments.

Feedback from Attendees
"The Group Supervision Experience Calls were one of the reasons that led me to join the Association for Coaching UK in early 2012 – they were called Coach Mentor Supervision Calls at the time..." more
"The call is insightful and you get to share your knowledge and hear how others do things, and what works well. As people share from their own experiences, it may not be something you have experienced, but you may in the future, so you have a reference point."
"Supervision in a group of people you don't know adds new information about assumptions and 'norms' of yourself and other coaches, that help reflective practice."
"(What was most helpful?) The calm and experienced supervisor ensured that each of us were listened to and contributed, and she shared her experience and insights. Great to have an exercise to use as a practical takeaway."

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