Have you ever felt stuck working with a coaching client? They don’t seem to be moving forward or maybe you’re just not quite sure you are
Have you ever felt stuck working with a coaching client? They don’t seem to be moving forward or maybe you’re just not quite sure you are providing the value they need from a coach? Have you ever felt triggered when listening to a client talk and wanted to jump in and tell them what to do? Has that trigger ever made you want to take sides with your client and agree that the people they are dealing with are jerks and they should be frustrated? Has your client ever reminded you of someone that you’ve had a negative encounter with and now you just dread working with them? Have you ever hoped the phone didn’t ring when it was time for your coaching session or that the client didn’t show up on the zoom call?
If any of these situations describe something you’ve experienced with a coaching client, you are not alone! These reasons and many more are examples of cases that coaches can bring to a reflective supervision session to work through them and gain clarity on what’s happening so they can figure out how to best move forward to be the most effective coach they can be for their clients.
Reflective Supervision is a practice joining together in a neutral space with another professional to look at how you are being in your coaching practice with clients. It’s a non-judgmental space for coaches to reflect on what’s happening to and for them in their work with clients. The process of retrospection on the work you are doing with a specific client case can help you discover more about yourself as a coach and how to better serve your clients. Reflective Supervision gives you the opportunity to take a step back and look at your client, your interventions with the client, your relationship with your client, your thoughts and behaviors working with this client, and also they system you and the client are in together.
Join Cherie Silas, MCC and Enterprise Coach to learn more about how working with a reflective coach supervision practitioner can improve your coaching practice. In this session you will learn more about:
- The process of reflective supervision
- The concepts of individual and group supervision
- The value that reflective supervision brings to making you a more competent and skillful coach for your clients.
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About the Organizer:
Tandem Coaching Academy is a collaborative effort of like-minded Agile and Professional coaches, trainers, and educators to bring you the best variety of agile classes and workshops as well as mentoring, and coaching opportunities at prices you can afford.
Our dream is to keep Agile non-denominational. What it means for us is that we don’t try to convince you to join any certain group of people doing certain things. What we want for you is what is best for you and your clients. We strive to create an Agile world where you can pick and choose the things you need for your learning and your success. And our promise to you is to leave you better than we found you with each encounter.
(Saturday) 12:30 pm - 2:00 am CDT
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Speakers for this event
Founder and Head Coach
Cherie Silas is an ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC) and a Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), who has been coaching, leading, training, and mentoring people for most of her career. She has a strong desire to help people arrive at the place they define as success in both personal and professional life. Her goal is to invest the experience and talents she has gathered through years of learning, often times the hard way, into people whom she hopes will become greater than she can ever dream to be.She has a deep background in organizational management with a proven track record of people development. In 2011, when she discovered agile, the mindset behind the values and principles so deeply resonated with her that her entire career path shifted. She first served as a Scrum Master and became so passionate about helping people learn and grow as Agile practitioners that she was compelled to start training and coaching.Cherie has since worked as a consultant assisting several Fortune 500 clients with large Agile transformations. She has trained over 1,000 Agilists and maintains several mentoring relationships with Scrum Masters who are passionate about continuous growth.Contributions to the Agile community at large include presenting regularly at conferences and user groups and blogging about agile coaching topics. She also mentors individuals who are focused on obtaining the designation of Scrum Alliance, Certified Team Coach and serves on the application review board.Cherie does executive coaching with The Coaching Fellowship, which is an organization that coaches rising female executiveswho are making a global impact, and with The Center for Non-Profit Coaching, which provides coaching to individuals working in non-profit organizations.Cherie's life mission that drives every interaction with every individual she encounters is simply this: To leave you better than I found you with each encounterProfessional Certifications: Professional Certified Coach (PCC), Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC), Professional Scrum Master (PSM), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO), Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Project Management Professional (PMP)
Founder and Head Coach
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