Coaching Supervision for Leaders & Coaches

Coaching supervision is a reflective space to bring your observations and questions about you and your work. The purpose is to better understand and enhance both the way in which you as a professional work and who you are within your work. Coaching supervision extends the opportunity for the leader’s growth.

What to Expect. What to bring. What to gain.

In the conversation called “supervision” you will look inwards to what is happening to you as you work and look outwards to how the work is being done. From these reflections will come learning which will be used to increase the effectiveness of the work. My role is to find the right balance between support and challenge and between positive feedback and constructive critical feedback so that you are guided to move forward in your work.

What to Expect.

Supervision Plays a key role of maintaining professional standards of coaching practice. Supervision is a supportive relationship in which you can reflect in depth about your current work as a leader or coach.

You will find that I will provide a safe, confidential space in which you can think about your clients, their organizations, and the work they have asked you to do.

Through supervision you will become a more resourceful and resilient executive, entrepreneur or professional coach.

I offer you an opportunity to continue to strengthen your coaching skills is you are a coach, approach & use of self in the company of other colleagues.

What to bring.

A leader will bring his or her working cases and experiences in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning. I will offer a confidential space in which the practice, tasks, process and challenges of a leader’s work may be explored.

You create the agenda. You bring your concerns, joys, worries, issues and celebrations to supervision session. You prioritize what you want from supervision.

What is required of you

  • Take ownership of your supervision journey
  • Actively participate- submit cases on time and join in case conversations
  • Focus on your development goals and measure progress
  • Support your supervision group

What to gain. Outcome you can expect:

  • Focus actively on your learning goals
  • Stronger coaching skills
  • A group of colleagues
  • Ongoing learning on the journey to working mastery
  • Attention to the working alliance between coach and client
  • Capacity building in use of Self as Leader & Coach
  • Exploration of transference and ‘parallel process’
  • Use of reflection in action during supervision
  • Linkage of coaching cases to coaching methodology
  • Focus on thinking systems thinking
  • Attention to boundary awareness and boundary management
  • Linkage to key theories, concepts and best practices
  • Examination of ethical issues and challenges that arise
  • Improves delivery and confidence,
  • Examines blind spots and coaching ‘best practices’.
  • Creates ‘learning environments’ and uncovers systemic issues, both in coaches and in the consultancies and organizations where coaching is offered.
  • Develop a more in-depth self-awareness, enhancing both the coach’s and the client’s experience.


Reflection on Practice

The purpose of reflective practice is to discuss your work in a confidential individual/group setting and to learn from others in order to be at your best for your clients.

I offer you an opportunity to continue to strengthen your coaching skills, approach & use of self in the company of coaching colleagues. I am accredited through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Completion of a year-long Group Supervision Engagement earns CCEUs from the ICF.

Coaching Supervision is distinct from Mentor Coaching for Credentialing. Mentor Coaching focuses on the development of coaching skills mainly in the context of initial development. Coaching Supervision offers the coach a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. In Coaching Supervision, the coach is invited to focus much more on what is going on in their process and where the personal may be intruding on the professional.

Keen to know more?

1 Session Individual Supervision – to see how it works

 upon request by sending an email at [email protected]


Subsequent supervision and reflective practice groups will be:

  • varied in style and approach in order that we might offer the widest range of experiences.
  • virtual to enable colleagues across the globe to participate or
  • geographically based – led by demand
  • some specifically be tailored to coaches, some focusing on supporting leaders

To find out what is being offered next, to participate in a group, or to be a ‘spark’ that ignites a new supervision group, perhaps in your area or at a time that suits you best, please contact me:

Daiana Stoicescu: [email protected]


If you are interested in Group Supervision, Individual Supervision or have a self-formed group, please leave your information below.

Who Benefits from Coaching Supervision?

The group is for practicing coaches, leaders, executives and entrepreneurs, experienced and new, internal and external coaches. It will support reflection on and exploration of coaching practice and your working practice by promoting a safe and supportive environment within an engaged community of practice for leaders based on group and peer supervision models.

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