Coaching Supervision in Organizations ~ A game-changer to improve the impact of coaching
We are excited to share with you the next interview in our “Beyond the Page” series featuring Jeff Nally & Kimcee McAnally.
The thought of working with an experienced coach to support leaders is a well-accepted practice across corporations and industries around the world. Leaders readily engage with coaches during leadership transitions, challenging situations, and to enhance their own skills as leaders in their organizations.
But who takes care of and develops the coach? Often times, coaches are independent and run their own business, fending for themselves when it comes to their own self-care and personal development. Coaching supervision is a well-established practice in many parts of the world to support the coaches themselves as they coach organizational leaders.
The purpose of coaching supervision is to enable coaches to introspectively look at themselves, how they coach, and about their professional health as a coach. As a result, coaches are better able to develop and enhance their own skills so they can better support the leaders and organizations. According to a 2021 publication, “The role of the supervisor is that of a supporter… in the professional development journey and not that of an assessor” (Hemmer et al.)
In this podcast, we will discuss supervision – how it works, the benefits, and how to incorporate coaching supervision for yourself as a coach, or in an organization.
Dr. Kimcee McAnally is an accredited Coach Supervisor and Partner at CoachSource. Her background includes extensive executive level business experience; academic qualifications (Ph.D. & M.S. in Organizational Psychology, B.S. in Psychology); coaching certification (EMCC European Individual Accreditation/EIA Senior Practitioner), and accredited Coach Supervisor (EMCC ESIA European Supervision Individual Accreditation). Kimcee is passionate about coaching and supervision and contributes to the industry through research, publications, and conference presentations. Kimcee co-authored the book, “Executive Coaching for Results: the Definitive Guide for Developing Organizational Leaders,” published by Berrett-Koehler and recent chapters in “Innovations in Leadership Coaching” and “Coaching Supervision: Voices from the Americas.
Jeff Nally is an executive coach, coaching supervisor, and professional speaker inspiring leaders and coaches through the neuroscience of human interaction. He is the Chief HR Officer and Chief Coaching Officer at CoachSource, the world’s leaders in experienced executive coaches. Jeff led the executive coaching practice at Humana and co-authored Rethinking Human Resources, Humans@Work, and Coaching Wisdom with coach colleagues. He is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and is a Senior Certified Professional through the Society for Human Resource Management. He earned an MBA from Georgia State University.
Join us as we learn more about coaching supervision for yourself as a coach, or in an organization.
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