My coaching supervisor, @Lynne de Lay, has written a great article, the Tapestry of Art and Science.
What struck me most about this article was Lynne’s idea that as coaches we will be challenged to “hold” the anxiety and fear that may emerge from this fast pace of change and disruption resulting from the VUCA world in which we now work and live. She states that this is more of an “inward journey” for coaches. What I see most often when working with business leaders in Supervision is this same thing, an “inward journey”, this “maintaining our own clarity, agility and resilience” and helping our teams to do the same. You can find Lynne’s full article: https://coachingsupervisionacademy.com/artistry-in-coach-lynne-d-lay/
Whether you are a professional coach or a business leader coaching your team, as Lynne states:“The future, which arguably may be now, may demand that we, as coaches, prioritize more time to develop “our whole being”.
Coaching Supervision, often referred to as Coaching Super Vision, is a relatively new modality in the business world and is one way to develop your whole being. It offers business leaders a safe place to explore their coaching practices or how they coach their team and to reflect deeply on their values and beliefs. The Coaching Supervision Academy has a great saying – Who you are is how you Coach!
Coaching Supervision Academy https://coachingsupervisionacademy.com and http://goldvargconsulting.com/executive-coaching/coaching-supervision/
Contact me at email@example.com, a certified Coaching Supervisor and an ICF Master Certified Coach, to share your experience and discover your mastery and artistry as a business leader or a coach.