Coaching Supervision Partnership
Enabling Coaching Excellence
Coaching supervision is our passion.
We provide coaches with
professional development and
inspiration to support their practice and their well being.
brings out the best from them
offers great learning
safeguards their clients and
supports professional values and standards.
Coaching supervision is the opportunity for coaches to share, in confidence, their case load activity, research and reflection in order to gain insight, support and direction, enabling them to better work in the service of their clients.
Supervision can be provided for coaches individually or in groups.
ensures quality and ethical standards are met
develops the quality of the coaching offer by introducing new approaches and thinking and
supports the well-being and growth of the coach.
What do we offer coaches?
The Coaching Supervision Partnership provides one-to-one and group supervision that meets your needs.
Our supervision provides:
the insight to tackle challenging cases
the stimulus to keep learning, and
the support to keep you working at your very best.
What do we offer organisations?
Your coaches support your leaders, managers and people at all levels in the twin tasks of delivering excellent results and building the organisation of the future.
To do this, your coaches need to be working to the highest standards.
Supervision provides both the stimulus and the support to keep coaches working at their very best, and the challenge to keep learning and developing.
We are a learning organisation of qualified and practising coaches and coach supervisors committed to our own continuous professional development. We explore and share client-focused, research-based approaches to supervision and coaching. We have worked together for two years and between us have supervised internal and independent coaches working in diverse settings including healthcare, education, not-for-profit , SMEs, large corporate and blue-chip multinationals.
With a background in education and public sector management Jan has worked as a freelance coach, consultant and trainer since 2015. Jan sees coaching as a way of working with individuals and groups to be the best that they can be.
Empathic curiosity helps create learning alliances in which people can think, learn and develop with informal and formal tools to explore issues and plan to address them. Jan works with senior leadership teams in health, education and Higher Education and offers coach supervision in group and one to one setting. She is committed to her own professional development through supervision and training.
Jeremy is an experienced executive coach, coach supervisor and cultural change consultant. He has worked with some of the world’s leading companies, in the public sector and for SMEs. Client experience includes Microsoft, BT, AXA Insurance, BBC World Service, 3M, Shell, the NHS and a variety of marketing, manufacturing, service and retail SMEs, local government, charities and the education sector. Supervision clients include internal and independent coaches.
In 2019, Jeremy’s work as a coach was recognised by his peers as winner of the prestigious Coaching at Work External Coaching/Mentoring Champion award.
Linda is an experienced coach, facilitator, consultant and supervisor. She works with a wide range of individuals and teams on a global basis across a range of sectors.
Linda’s approach is person-centred, practical and outcome focused. She concentrates on building competence and confidence by looking to choose the right approach for the individual and the issues that are important to them.
Her coaching and mentoring experience also includes scheme design, training/assessing coaches/mentors and coach/mentor trainers, 1-1 supervision, peer supervision and group supervision.
Linda is currently studying for ILM Level 7 in Coaching & Mentoring Supervision and holds an MSc in Coaching and Mentoring.
Neil is a qualified Executive Coach and Coaching Supervisor with extensive experience in 1:1 and group settings. Neil sees supervision as a dialogue between professionals that creates space for reflection, challenge, support and inquiry.
Drawing upon his knowledge and experience Neil explores each coach’s issues in a supportive process that identifies what is going well in addition to areas for development. He is skilled in creating a safe learning space in which coaches gain perspective and insight that benefits their clients and transforms their practice.
Andrew is an independent consultant, facilitator and coach who has worked in training and development since 1983. For the last 32 years, he has worked as an independent consultant. He has also been the HR Director for a very successful social enterprise for 10 years, concurrent with running his consultancy.
His clients have ranged from international Financial Services organisations to FMCG companies, from Police to the NHS, and from Charities to Stables. However, the large majority of his work is now in Universities.
In 2016, Andrew published Shifting Stories: How changing their stories can transform people.
Currently Faculty Head of Coaching and Mentoring at Manchester Met and Director of Enhancing Leadership and PharmaMatrix UK; both organisations founded upon positive solutions for success. Helen is passionate about motivating leaders to take their organisations forward.
Helen has held a variety of Senior Management positions in the healthcare and education sector for more than twenty years, and has worked as a coach in organisations across a variety of sectors.
Simon has 28 years of experience in personal development work in both the public and private sector. His current work focuses on 4 areas; leadership, the environment, as an artist and arts development.
He is particularly interested in working with individuals and organisations who are working to protect the natural environment, or believe in true sustainable business.