Session on 24 November 2020 19:30 UTC - View on timetable
We will review the role of behavioural markers of competency in the coaching profession and invite the audience to consider their own beliefs and biases regarding the use of behavioural markers.
We will describe the process we used to develop the proposed behavioural markers, and the learning and development opportunities made available to us in the process.
We will discuss the proposed markers, and invite a conversation about these supervision competencies, focused on the value they may offer supervisors in the development of their supervision practice.
Consider the role of behavioural markers in coaching supervision training
Review a possible framework of behavioural markers for coaching supervision
Discuss the developmental opportunities provided by the process of marker design in coaching supervision.
Cecile Andreas is an executive coach, mentor coach, coaching supervisor, team coach and family physician who brings her experience as a physician leader, entrepreneur and service provider to her coaching work, with a focus on unlocking the potential in people, teams and organizations.
She is a Certified Daring Way™ and Dare to Lead™ Facilitator, and believes that values, leadership, courage and vulnerability are inextricably linked, and that we rise from our challenges if we are willing to walk through our stories and integrate the lessons in them.
Cecile is an associate faculty member in the Advanced Certificate in Group and Team Coaching and a mentor coach in the Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching Programs at Royal Roads University.
Cecile holds a Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching, and Advanced Certificates in Group and Team Coaching and Coaching Psychology from Royal Roads University. She is currently enrolled in the Goldvarg Consulting Coaching Supervision course. She holds a medical degree from the University of Stellenbosch.