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MEETING: Reflective Practice for Coaches
Friday, April 9, 2021, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM
Online - Additional information will be provided after registration.
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Reflective Practice for Coaches
Cherie Silas, MCC and Diane Whiting, PCC
Meet Our Presenters
Cherie Silas, MCC is a Certified Supervision Practitioner who works with experienced coaches to learn more about themselves and how they show up as a coach so they can create more impactful client engagements. She is the founder and head coach at Tandem Coaching Partners and the Director of Education and Coaching for Tandem Coaching Academy’s ACTP, ACSTH, and CCE Programs. Her work focuses on training and mentoring new and experienced coaches in the competencies of Coaching Individuals, Advanced Skills for Coaching Individuals, and Coaching Human Relationship Systems. Cherie has also developed a program to train Supervision Providers in efforts to increase the number of experienced and certified coaching supervisors in the Americas. Cherie regularly speaks on coaching topics at venues worldwide and is passionate about professionalizing the world of coaching. Her mission is to impact the world by leaving people better than she finds them with each encounter.
Diane Whiting, MSOD, PCC, is a Coaching Supervision Practitioner who works with new and experienced coaches. Her work is directed at deepening the coach’s practice through reflection and reinforcing the importance and role of the coach’s ongoing self-development resulting in greater effectiveness and impact as a coach. She is also a Mentor Coach and Coach Instructor. She instructs the Role of Self in Coaching class at the University of Texas at Dallas Leadership Coaching Program. She is passionate about walking alongside her coaching clients on the journey of transformation from ’doing’ coaching to ‘being’ a coach and committed to the beauty in coaching of ‘saying less.’ Diane has a specialized certificate from the Physician Coaching Institute (PCI) to coach physicians and clinical leaders and serves on the PCI Advisory Board. She is Founder and Managing Director of Authentica Coaching and Consulting. Diane meets her clients and coaches in a space of ongoing ‘presence in the moment’—where real transformation resides.
The Revised ICF Competency Model 2020 introduced the Foundational Competency #2—Embodies a Coaching Mindset—into the mix. This is a wonderful step forward in the world of professional coaching. Several of the new markers of competence can be developed through the regular practice of Reflective Coach Supervision.
Coach supervision has been a regular practice for our European counterparts for some time and is now slowly making its way into the Americas. This updated focus in the new competency model does not require coach supervision explicitly but it does require that the coach develop some form of reflective practice. Coach Supervision can help coaches be more thoughtful in how we show up and help us to have a more impactful relationship with our clients, leading to more effective coaching engagements.
During this talk you will learn more about the practice of reflective supervision and how it differs from Mentor Coaching.
- Articulate the difference between reflective supervision and mentor coaching
- Describe the purposes of reflective supervision
- Describe what supervision is and what it is not
- Differentiate between group and individual supervision and reasons for each
- Learn a model for supervision that can also be utilized in your coaching practice
CCEUs for this program:
1.0 Core Competency Credit Requested