As well as the opportunity to connect with like-minded peers, we can offer you Continuing Professional Development (CPD), engagement in supervision, sharing best practice, and advertising your biography to prospective coachees.
*Entry level membership is available for coaches who would like to have full membership, but they are not currently active coaches – this status will be reviewed every 6 months.
One of the key aims of the Network is that all of our coaches work to the same standards.
In order to support this, we are working closely with the North East and Yorkshire Leadership Academy (NEYLA) to ensure our coaching remains professional and of the highest quality.
Please see below for details of what we expect from our coaches:
Both Entry Level and Full Members
Full Members Only
Being part of the Network gives you the fantastic opportunity to have your biography advertised to prospective coachees in the North East and North Cumbria health and care system.
The bios of many of our Network members are freely available on our website, with the intention that individuals will browse these and select a coach who appears to be a good fit for them, before making contact with them directly.
If you would like your bio to be included on the Boost Website, please complete our coach bio form, and return to us.
If you would like any changes made to your existing bio (e.g. updating your contact email, or indicating whether you currently do or do not have capacity to take on coachees), please contact us.
As a Network, we have agreed that we will practice in accordance with the Global Code of Ethics, as well as utilise the templates NEYLA has produced for the purposes of contracting, recording sessions, reflection etc. These are located the the blue box on the right-hand-side of this page, and can be downloaded at any time.
If you are a full member of the Network (i.e. an active coach), we expect you to periodically provide information regarding your coaching activity – such as who you have been/are currently coaching, and how many hours of formal coaching you have undertaken with them (by ‘formal’ coaching we mean a contracted relationship with protected meeting time).
We do ask that all coaches in the Network please respond to communications, such as requests for information and event invitations, in a timely manner. Equally, we will reciprocate by striving to respond to any of your queries as quickly as possible.
Feel free to contact us – we are available during office hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
If you are interested in setting-up a peer supervision group, and would like help getting started, please contact us. Please also get in touch with us if you would like to discuss CPD and/or supervision, or require any further support.
As part of the Network, we expect you to evaluate the impact of your coaching relationships.
As well as completing ‘Part C’ of NEYLA’s coaching agreement/contract template, which provides an opportunity to review the relationship and outcomes, we also ask that you utilise our coaching evaluation form with every coachee (available to download from the CLIC website), sending completed copies to [email protected] for collation.
Please use your professional judgement with regards to the use of any other methods of evaluation, and please do share the results with us at [email protected]. We will ensure that we share useful evaluation tips and techniques with you via CPD and supervision sessions, and we would encourage you to do the same.
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