Supervision has long been regarded as an activity associated with counselling and coaching but it is becoming more popular with organizations who have implemented mentoring programmes. But what is it and why should organisations invest?
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We are often asked by people whether they would benefit from having a coach and our answer is simple – yes you would! But we would say that wouldn't we? Read this article to find out why you might need a coach.
This article follows from the article written by Jerry Gilpin for our 2017 Journal entitled Supervision: What do coaches want? This article explores the need to connect supervision to the transformational purpose and nature of coaching and mentoring.
With so many coaches and mentors in the market, what does it take to stand out from the crowd? The OCM's Graham Clark gives his view on what make a a truly great coach.