Coaching Supervision & Mentoring

for coaches

Working with Professional Coaches to build their coaching practices and skills

Coaching Supervision:
An investment benefiting both Coach & Client!

 what is it?

The ICF defines Coaching Supervision as follows:

Coaching Supervision is a collaborative learning practice to continually build the capacity of the coach through reflective dialogue for the benefit of both coaches and clients.


Coaching Supervision focuses on the development of the coach’s capacity through offering a richer and broader opportunity for support and development. Coaching Supervision creates a safe environment for the coach to share their successes and failures in becoming masterful in the way they work with their clients.

what can it include?

Coaching Supervision can include:

  • Exploring current practices
  • Uncovering blindspots and opportunities for growth
  • Discussing ethical issues & current challenges
  • Reviewing interpretations of ICF competencies & markers

… and so much more!

 what are the benefits?

Research published by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and beyond have found many benefits. A few listed on the ICF website include:

  • Increased self-awareness
  • Greater confidence
  • Increased objectivity
  • Heightened sense of belonging
  • Reduced feelings of isolation
  • Increased resourcefulness

ICF-credentialed coaches can also count up to 10 hours of Coaching Supervision as Core Competency credits toward the Continuing Coach Education (CCE) requirements for credential renewal.



  • 6 month duration (can be renewed)
  • Up to four coaches per group
  • Monthly calls (2 hours, depending on group size)  
  • Each coach will have time to bring forward their focus (e.g. topic, case study, questions, etc.), followed by exploration and group discussion, lead by the group leader.
  • Private Community access


  • 3 months (can be renewed)
  • Private monthly calls (1 hour)
  • Day/time can be negotiated

What Exactly is Mentoring?
Do I really need it?

save time and money by investing in yourself

How long would it take you to read hundreds of books?
Coach hundreds of clients from around the world?
Develop and test strategies, workshops, and programs?

Can you be successful and have a rich and rewarding career without working with a mentor? Of course! But having access to decades of experience from someone who has traveled ahead on a similar journey can dramatically reduce the amount of time, effort and expense it takes to get you there. Investing in a mentor is an investment in yourself and your future–allowing you to better reach and support today’s youth & families.

Rob also takes a very coach-like approach with his mentees–ensuring all actions are tailor-fit to meet the individual needs, preferences and values of his clients. He’ll challenge, encourage, question, share and teach when needed, but what you choose to do or not do is completely up to you.

on-going or on-demand

Interesting in a longer-term mentoring relationship–helping you to establish a solid foundation on which to grow your practice or skills? Or perhaps you are looking for on-demand support to help overcome current specific roadblocks or add additional skills to your repertoire? Whether you prefer regularly scheduled sessions or having a mentor “on-call” when needed, working with Rob may be the answer to your quest.

Common areas of interest?

While Rob has helped support Coaches is a wide range of areas, here are a few of the most common:

  • Visioning & planning
  • Practice building
  • Workshop development
  • Ongoing honing of coaching skills
  • Resource development

working with Rob

Rob works 1-on-1 with only a couple coaches each year. To explore the possibility of working with Rob, schedule a free consultation.



  • 6 month duration (can be renewed)
  • Up to six coaches per group
  • Monthly calls (1-2 hours)
  • Private Community access


  • 3 months (can be renewed)
  • Private monthly calls (1 hour)
  • Day/time can be negotiated