Coach supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of and ability to deal complexity, for the coach or leader through reflective dialogue and for the benefit of the coach, clients, organisation, and its wider network (eco-system). There is a focus on development of the coach’s capacity through offering a rich and broader opportunity for support, wellbeing and development.
It’s a safe environment for the coach and leader to share their ups and downs in becoming masterful in the way they work in service with their clients, and their organisation(s) ecosystem(s). The practice can include uncovering blind spots, reflection on internal processes, ethical issues, being accountable, individual and organisation-wide growth in the ecosystem.
Assessment tools as an option
For Organisational coaching the coach can use psychological profiling to help the client make sense of their situation. We also use a range of psychometric tools for starting development and for building deeper insight. The core tools we use are 16pf, MBTI step I, TKI and then FIRO-B and MBTI step II for gaining deeper self awareness and insight of self and others.
All of the psychometric tools can be used for self awareness and development in the 1:1 coaching environment, building relationships with colleagues and or for team development and coaching. These coaching aids can also provide cross cultural platforms for multicultural teams and groups.
Psychometric tools and profiling tools for traits and preferences can also be used at different times as part of organisational coaching processes to attract, to select candidates, to develop self and relationships, to build personal and organisational capability and to retain people in your business. Innoxy’s consultancy and coaching approach combine to deliver improved business performance.