Team Coach Supervision


Coach supervision is a vital process that supports team coaches in their professional development and ensures effective and ethical practice. It provides a platform for reflection, learning, and guidance, specifically tailored to the needs of team coaches working with groups and organizations.

In the context of team coaching, coach supervision plays a critical role in enhancing the effectiveness of team coaches and maintaining high ethical standards. By engaging in reflective practice, team coaches can reflect on their engagements with coaching clients and recognise their own impact on the team. This reflection fosters insights, skill refinement, and continual improvement.

To achieve an ICF Team Coaching credential requires supervision support. Team coach supervision will support coaches working towards an ICF team coaching credential through reflection on experiences working with organisational clients and one’s approach to complex systems.

Supervision also addresses ethical considerations that team coaches may encounter. By exploring and discussing ethical dilemmas within a supportive environment, coaches can navigate these challenges while upholding professional standards that serve the best interests of the team and its members.

Reflection and learning are integral components of coach supervision. Supervision for team coaches affords insight into the effectiveness of coaching interventions, strategies, and techniques, while offering a wider scope of options where appropriate.

Coach supervision goes beyond professional development by supporting personal growth. Coaches gain self-awareness, understand their strengths and limitations, and identify areas for further development. Supervision provides resources, recommend training opportunities, and encourage ongoing learning to enhance the coach’s competencies.

Supervision is particularly valuable in managing the complexity and dynamics inherent in team coaching. Coaches can seek guidance on team dynamics, power dynamics, conflicts, or resistance within the team. Supervision provides insights, strategies, and tools to help coaches navigate these complexities effectively.

Coach supervision offers emotional support to team coaches. It provides a safe and confidential space to process emotions, debrief challenging situations, and prioritize self-care. Supervision helps coaches build resilience and maintain their well-being to ensure sustained high-quality coaching.

In addition to individual supervision, group supervision sessions foster peer support and create a sense of community among team coaches. Coaches can connect with peers, share experiences, and learn from one another. This network of colleagues offers encouragement, insights, and a valuable professional community.


I work with my clients through encrypted online video calling. This provides convenience, saves resources, time and allows global connection with the ease of a click. 

I supervise coaches one-to-one ad-hoc or monthly. For coaches wanting to learn in community with others, I host supervision groups in monthly sessions over 6-month terms.