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May 12 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


Facilitated by Pat Marum, PCC

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm (Arizona/PDT Time)

Zoom Webinar

Core Competencies TBD
Resource Development TBD

Have you heard about Coaching Supervision and wondered what exactly it is, why people are talking about it, or why so many coaches in Europe cite it as essential to their coaching success?

Join us LIVE** for the ICFAZ chapter meeting on Coaching SUPER-vision on Wednesday, May 12 from 6:00pm-7:30pm to experience a taster of what the actual process of coaching SUPER-vision can feel like, and what it can do for you.

Experience what it is like, and decide for yourself!

The evening will include a quick overview of the differences between being Coached oneself, ICF Mentor Coaching, and Coaching Supervision.  There will also be a group Coaching Super-vision exercise, including some dyad/triad work, and time for questions and reflection which will give each participant an appetizer experience of the benefits of SUPER-vision, both as a personal growth practice, as well as empowering you to be more effective with your clients.

ICF Global is actively contributing to a growing body of research on Coaching Supervision, including its recent publication in International Coaching Psychology Review, which identified key benefits for coaches who receive Coaching Supervision, which include:

  • Increased self-awareness
  • Greater confidence
  • Increased objectivity
  • Heightened sense of belonging
  • Reduced feelings of isolation
  • Increased resourcefulness

Coaches who participate will walk away with:

1.    An appetizer experience of group supervision
2.    A sense of when it might be wise to engage in coaching supervision to stay ‘fit for purpose’ (and a better understanding of the differences between the 3 coaching professional support modalities).
3.    An experience of the ways Coaching SUPER-vision can support coaches who encounter the impact of this unsteady world on their clients, as well as deal with the impact of uncertainty in their own lives.

** Participating LIVE is recommended, because, although the session will be recorded, and the replay sent to registrants, the breakout room discussions will not be recorded.  The experiential nature of the program will be based on what is personally discovered while in breakout with 1-2 other coaches.  That experience will not be conveyed in the recording.
Presenter’s Bio

Pat Marum, MPA, CHIC, PCC, CSC

Pat’s practice has focused on world leaders in government, business, education, and increasingly on coaching professional development. As International Coach (ICF) Assessor and Mentor Coach (since 2005), former Hudson Institute External Mentor Coach (2006-2020), and one of Fielding Graduate University’s Evidence Based Coaching program’s original trainers (2006-2009), Pat was the first internationally trained ICF-CCE certified (2009) coach supervisor outside of Western Europe and of course, first in the Americas.  Pat enjoyed stints on ICF’s Regulatory Committee (2007) and the ICF Global Credential/Program Accreditation Committee (CPAC) (2008-2011), including as chair (2010-2011), driving development of basic definitions of, and best practices for, both ICF Mentor Coaching and  Coaching Supervision. Pat has also been an integral part of numerous ICF workgroups and taskforces including developing the original Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA).


May 12
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


ICF Arizona Charter Chapter