TO CONAULT OUR FULL LEVEL2 (ICF-validated) COACH-TRAINING PROGRAM
III - SYSTEMIC COACH SUPERVISION MARATHON
Systemic coaching supervision marathons are designed to allow participants to record their coaching sessions in view of all levels of ICF certification. Bring our own recording device!
This supervision marathon rests on a prefered "systemic" theoretical background as practiced in Metasysteme's coach-training program. Our focus is on observable individual coaching skills or behaviors that are totally coherent with measurable ICF competencies and their "markers".
Program: The full three days (21 hours) are designed to allow each participant to coach each other in turn, while being supervised by an ICF MCC and receive professionnal feed-back from the rest of the attending group.
A minimum of ten supervision sessions occur daily
Participants also engage in organizing each day's work and sharing on how to improve the collective process as they would in a team meeting focused on achieving its desired professional outcome. This aspect of the work thereby also team-coaching perspectives and supervision.
Furthermore, participant preparing to pass ICF certification may use this supervision setting to record thier coaching and feedback (20 minutes minimum)
Context: Systemic coaching rests on a totally inclusive frame of reference or reality principle. To illustrate, systemic coaches perceive themselves as participating observers who are totally involved within their client contexts, within their client issues, within their client objectives and ambitions, within their client behavioral patterns, within their client processes and results. Intimately participating in both client issues and client solutions, systemic coaches are never considered external nor neutral to client quests.
In short, client concerns and coach personal and professional issues are perceived as totally entwined, or as active parts of one same whole that includes the shared client-and-coach environment. From within this common context, systemic coach processes and skills consist in intimately partnering with the client in order to explore new options and sustainably grow together, as would one inseparable unit.
From this systemic coaching frame of reference emerges a particular posture and an original way of embracing all the tools and skills specific to the coaching profession. This systemic approach powerfully multiplies both coach and client transformational capacities.
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Participants: Managers, change agents and Coaches Trained in Systemic coaching (Fundamentals of Systemic Coaching or equivalent) PCC and MCC coaches (preparing for ICF coach Certification). Please note that supervision is exclusively focused on practical work implemented by participants and does not include the delivery of theoretical models.
Validation: The program is part of our Level II program (ICF) and counts for 21 hours of training and three hours of individual mentoring.
Location: In Bucharest - (ONLINE if sanitary restrictions)
Dates: September 6-7-8 2023