I provide a safe place to explore your work challenges so you are able to provide the best quality service and support to those with whom you work.
The combination of my CliftonStrengths coaching skills and my supervision training enables me to assist clients to use their strengths in targeted, intentional ways in their work while providing insight into effective ways to manage staff according to their particular strengths.
I maintain a high ethical and professional standard in my own work with on-going professional development, regular supervision and professionally oriented networking.
Supervision is a professional requirement for most people engaged in people-focussed work. It involves regular meetings with a trained Supervisor to explore issues in relation to your working situation in a confidential environment. In this setting you can freely discuss personal responses and areas of doubt and receive feedback, guidance, support and challenge.
My Services include:
The primary purpose of individual supervision is to maintain an individual’s professional competence. It can also help to reduce stress, maintain confidence and self-esteem, deal with personal issues that may affect work and help the supervisee develop goals and direction. Supervision provides the opportunity to:
- Focus on a particular case, project, person or situation that has been difficult to manage.
- Reflect on trends at work that have been challenging
- Identify gaps in knowledge or skill that may need filling
- Plan strategies
- Seek support or feedback
- Consider personal or professional challenges or psychological blocks that may be interfering with effective performance
- Learn and practise new ways of acting and communicating
- Celebrate success
- Share life changes that may affect the work and/or attitudes, feelings or behaviours which may impact on the work
Group supervision can be effective where a number of individuals are performing similar roles and may be working independently. It provides a place to receive support and gain from the experience of colleagues. To identify themes and issues in common and discover solutions together.
Managers in all sectors are people who work with people. External supervision (by a range of names) can be a confidential place to explore the big picture, re-gain an objective perspective and reach sound decisions. I use my experience as a manager, a supervisor and a CliftonStrengths coach to work with managers.