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Sam's promise

The approaches and models I work with are tried and true. If you want to go deep, to work on presence, to be authentic in your work and work from your heart, then I’m a good coach or coach supervisor for you.

Opportunities for learning
  • Coaching Supervision Academy – North America   
  • Individual coaching supervision – in person, remotely all over the world
  • Small group supervision – in person at my house and garden, or virtually
  • Linked-in conversations
  • Blog

Opportunities to learn from others:

Services offered to Coaches:

  • Case consultation
  • Mentoring to help develop core coaching competencies
  • Supervision on a regular basis to help you stay fine-tuned in skills, boundaries and your own well-being.
What are you learning?
  1. CSA’s Full Spectrum Model of Coaching Supervision. The Full Spectrum Model incorporates Hawkins & Smith’s 7-eyed Model of Coaching Supervision together with core teaching and practice on the use of self in supervision, multi-dimensional presence work by using the seminal ideas of Scharmer /Senge et al (Theory U), work with subtle energies, mindfulness, embodiment, and presencing practices, with strong emphasis on living relationships (relational perspective)
  2. Coaching psychology and systemic thinking in organizations
  3. Thorough training in classic supervision models for individual and group supervision
  4. Reflective practices for integrating the doing and being of supervision
  5. ……………..  ∞ (There is no end!)
How are you learning?
  1. From things that went well and things that didn’t.
  2. From our experience with clients.
  3. From reflecting with a coach supervisor who is himself a thirsty learner.
  4. From a mentor who has greater competence knowledge than we do.
  5. From workshops, books, conferences.
What makes CSA different?
  • Experiential by design, with in-person modules that accelerate learning in a safe environment. Just as swimming can’t be learned without time in the water, CSA’s first-hand supervision training is “learning by doing”
  • Practical training that bridges theory with practice in real time and is immediately applicable in supervision practice
  • Holistic and Creative – CSA works with the whole person, going beyond models and techniques, to bring in the arts and creative play. Our intention is to get at the heart of what it means to be a “human supervisor”
  • Relational supervision training is anchored by the Full Spectrum Supervision Model, at its center being the relational connection and interactions of the supervisor, coach, and client, learning from and with each other
What are the benefits?
  • Earn ICF 108.5 CCEs and attend a course accredited by EMCC
  • Accreditation by CSA and membership in CSA community of accredited coaching supervisors
  • Entry posting in CSA coaching supervision database for those looking for coaching supervisors

Online Coaching Resources

Reflections on Coaching

The need for coaching supervision. Helping clients see what they have not seen about their environments, their goals, their lives, their possibilities.

Podinar: Who You Are is How You Coach!

Learning in action – who we are as a person has a huge effect on how we coach. For example,  a high energy person coaches in a high energy fashion.

3 Week Career Workshop

The meaning of coaching supervision to our faculty and alumni. We reflect as a group to help people understand what we’re up to.

Excellent coaches, like fine musical instruments, benefit from regular tuning.  Join us to learn how to tune the coaching profession!

As a coach – leadership, life, executive, team, group – you serve as a role model about learning. If clients are not learning and increasing their independence from us, we are not coaching! If we are not reflecting on our work, we are not learning. If we are not learning, we are not adequately serving our clients.

~ Sam Magill