“Success Is Found In Discovering Your Greatest Self”
Cheryl Mastroeni (Thacker)
What does being SUCCESSFUL mean to you?
The definition of success is different for everyone. Your current definition is probably different from the one you had when you started your coaching practice. As you have set up your business and created your programs for individuals and groups, you have learned by experience what works for you and what doesn’t.
Then you add clients to the mix and not only are you faced with topics and issues that stretch your coaching and business skills, but you are challenged with questions of ethical concerns in coaching session that leave you feeling anything but successful.
In the process, you are becoming more aware of who you are (or aren’t) as a coach and business owner.
There are times when a coach needs a coach.
There are times when an extra set of eyes/ears on a situation would be a welcome relief.
There are times when you, as a Coach or Business Owner, do not have to feel alone in what you do.
That’s where SUCCESSFUL COACHES can help.
Whether it be further Developing your Coaching Skills, Exploring ICF Credentialing with Mentor Coaching, Coach Supervision, increasing your Emotional Intelligence, help with Client Issues or Ethical Concerns, Business Strategy, or Business Growth (and much more)..Successful Coaches is dedicated to helping you get clear on the results you want and then taking action to achieve them.
So, grab a cup of coffee, get comfy and visit with me. Take a look around. I’ll show you what Successful Coaches is all about and how I can help you get the results you want!
Discover Your Greatest Self.
I love helping coaches find their greatest self! My methods of providing a safe environment where we explore, experiment, develop, create, and find solutions together is very successful. We examine and reflect upon your experiences, values, goals and expectations in order to move you forward. Let’s embark on the journey to your Greatest Self, TOGETHER!
What is Coaching Supervision?
Coaching Supervision is the interaction that occurs when a coach periodically brings his or her coaching work experiences to a coaching supervisor in order to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for the development and benefit of the coach and his or her clients.
in the News
“It has become recognized practice that coaches at every stage in their coaching journey continually seek development, both personally in terms of deepening their coaching presence and awareness, and professionally in terms of competencies, ethics and standards. One of the growing trends internationally for undertaking such development is engaging in the practice of ‘coaching supervision’ similar in concept to the supervision which supports many behavioral science professions”
“Many parts of the world where coaching is well established already consider coaching supervision not only necessary for the coach and the client, but also necessary for maintaining the integrity of the profession.”
Souce:ICF Position Regarding Coaching Supervision
WHAT TO LOOK FOR.
Personal traits of the Coaching Supervisor:
- Evokes a sense of trust and has the ability to connect with the coach in terms of fit, chemistry and compatibility.
- Encourages the coach to reach beyond what the coach initially feels is possible. Demonstrates equal partnership by being open, vulnerable and willing to take appropriate risks, for example, in providing feedback that may make one or both individuals uncomfortable, in the context of the supervisory role
- Understands and is able to model the value of partnership and encourages the coach to lead in designing areas to be worked on, in session, in between session, among others
- Authentic and supports authenticity including celebrating who the coach is, his or her achievements and growth throughout the process.
- Secure in his/her own work and is able to demonstrate appreciation and respect for the unique style of each coach.
- Encourages the development of the coach’s own coaching style within the boundaries of ethical practice.
- Contracts to hold both self and coach accountable for performance and to periodically encourage mutual assessment of the effectiveness of the relationship