Coaching Review

Situation-based communication in coaching supervision

Kozioł, Magdalena Szewczak, Rafał

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Authors present their findings from the observation of multiple supervision sessions for coaches at different levels of coaching practice. It transpires that, depending on their level of professional advancement and proficiency, coaches’ needs – in terms of the type and style of supervision – vary. The process may require the supervisor to take on the role of a teacher, a mentor or a coach. Authors conclude that the flexibility of communication and the ability to evaluate the supervisee’s pro fessional advancement and needs, and to adjust the supervision style accordingly, are the crucial skills of the coaching supervisor.


Journal Coaching Review 
Volume 1/2016 
Issue 8 
Issue date 6/2016 
Type Article 
Language pl
Pagination 26-46
DOI 10.7206/cr.2081-7029.33
ISSN 2081-7029