Wed, 17 February 2021
12:00 – 1:00 PM AEDT
Deepen your understanding of Coaching Supervision and the benefits it will give you and your clients.
- Have you wondered how Coaching Supervision works?
- Want to know how take your coaching skills to the next level?
- Are you curious about how Coaching Supervision can benefit you AND your clients?
- Then ‘Demystifying Coaching Supervision’ is for you.
About this session:
There is a lot of conversation around the importance of Coaching Supervision and the role it plays in a coach’s professional development practice – but what is it, who is it for and how does it work?
Like so many great resources – if we don’t know what it is, or how it works, we don’t know if it is for us.
In this panel we will be discussing the How, What and Why of Coaching Supervision to help demystify it and arm you with the information you need to make informed decisions around your personal and professional development plan.
- Understanding of Coaching Supervision and the benefits it offers.
- Insights into how Coaching Supervision works and how it may be useful to you.
- Expand your awareness of resources available to you and how to access them.
A great opportunity to learn how to set you and your clients up for success! Register now and secure your place.
Julie Lines, PCC
Julie is a qualified Coaching Supervisor, having completed Oxford Brookes University’s Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision. Since completing her original coach specific training through the Institute of Executive and Leadership Coaching (IECL), Julie has been engaged in continuous professional development to expand her knowledge of coaching theory and practice. She holds the ICF credential of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and is an ICF registered Mentor Coach.
Julie is an experienced executive and leadership coach with more than 1000 hours of coaching experience. She works as an Associate Coach with several Australian and global coaching organisations and is a member of many coaching panels, coaching people at all levels and from a range of backgrounds across Australasia. Julie has worked as an internal and external coach and is involved in delivering ICF accredited coach training programs.
Prior to becoming a coach Julie held senior leadership roles in the higher education sector, mentoring and supervising individuals and teams over several decades. She now mentors and supervises other coaches, and leaders who have undertaken coach training.
Marisa Dantanarayana, MCC
Marisa is a Master certified (MCC) coach with the ICF. She has been an executive coach and facilitator since 2002, has coached hundreds of Executives and has international business and not-for-profit board experience. She is the Director of Training/Unit Convenor, a facilitator of the Swinburne Post Graduate Certificate in Organisational Coaching (an ACTP accredited program) and sits on the Advisory Committee. Her experience spans across a diverse range of clients from large corporations to small businesses, from public to private sector. She works with teams, groups and individuals, from C-suite to middle management.
Prior to Executive Coaching, Marisa had a highly successful track record as an executive in the corporate world. She has worked for leading global companies and has a track record for growing businesses across multiple industries. Marisa currently spends her time coaching individuals, groups and teams, designing and facilitating leadership development programs, teaching coaching skills to managers (including students aspiring to their ACC and PCC credential) and implementing internal mentoring programs.
Katrina Bromell, PCC (Session Facilitator)
Katrina is a PCC credentialed coach with the ICF and holds the professional development role with ICF Australasia Southern States Branch.