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Course Details

This presentation was recorded at the first International Conference of its kind for Supervisors and Coaches - in Russian, English and Chinese! We are brought together a global community in a shared learning space, focussing on the growth of ourselves as coaches, and as coaching supervisors. Coaching Supervision is one way we can commit to a regular, on-going reflective practice. Initiating and maintaining a reflective practice has the potential to significantly enhance coaching practice and the personal and professional growth of coaches.

Course curriculum

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    Reflection: a basic element of coaching dialogue with Rezeda Shakurova and Developing a community of practice with Kathryn Downing

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Rezeda Shakurova

certified coach ACC ICF, certified supervisor in coaching CCE ICF, president of the Russian representative office of ICF.

Professionalism in coaching is a result of the continuous reflexive practice. Gaining of the required number of hours in coaching practice leads to mastery only if it is backed up by conscious study of the experience. Coach conducts continuous learning (specialized programs, master-classes, mentoring, supervision) for building up the mastery in profession. Reflexive practice becomes an alternative to formal learning in this process (knowledge transfer), where one’s experience becomes inexhaustible source of personal professional development and improvement. The manifestation of coaching competencies is based on skills of “unconscious reflector”. The ability to “think in the moment” helps quickly to transform the gained experience, integrate it into existing systems and check the viability of the created models in practice.

Kathryn Downing