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Sabina Kulieva1
  • 1 Self-employed, 26/8-12, 4-th Tverskaya-Yamskaya, 125047, Moscow, Russia

Group Supervision Based on Russian Professional Standard “Coach”

2014. Vol. 4. No. 1. P. 103–107 [issue contents]
The article reflects the impressions and their analysis regarding author’s supervised demo-session that took place at a working session of group dedicated to the development of professional coaching standards. The Author’s coaching approach is close to humanistic as well as cognitive-behavioural approach. It allows to consider the client’s request from the pointof realisation of his life mission, and to work on existential themes in coaching. It also makes itpossible to use fine calibration and to develop realisation plan, that is to be executed by the client to bring the results of coaching insights into his/her life and to create new thinking and behavioura lpatterns. The analysis of supervised demo-coaching session was done according to the following structure: 1) What is/was happening? 2) Why it was important to behave this specific way? 3) What was the role of coach? 4) What were the results those actions had been taken for? 5) Had the actions led to the desired results? 6) What are the resume that I came to as the resultof this case? The few opinions that were expressed during the feedback at the end of the session, could be grouped as follows. It’s very important to make the precise contracting for the coaching as well as to keep the flexibility, that allows to refine-add client’s request, to make it more clear and actual. For the coach to be able to come to balanced position to manage his/her states and to give feed-back to the client through verbal and non-verbal mirroring, and to use clear and understandable language for the client. It was mentioned that the lightness and humor led the client up to the defined goal to create clear coaching position as a person, who is, first of all, interested to explore client’s reality. The coach has his/her own experience and opinion that could be expressed but shouldn’t dominate client. The event allows to get specific and developmental feedback from the colleagues and to share my own reflections.

Citation: Kulieva S. (2014) Gruppovaya superviziya, osnovannaya na Rossiyskom professional'nom standarte «Kouch» [Group Supervision Based on Russian Professional Standard “Coach”]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), Vol. 4, No 1, pp. 103-107 (in Russian)
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