Getting me to think more deeply, more succinctly
Monica Cable works with senior leaders across mostly corporate organisations, and she also supervises coaches, both one-on-one and in groups. She has been working with Alison for the past 10 years. In this video, she shares an example from her own experience of supervision which had a powerful effect on her work with a group.
‘Even after all the years we’ve been working together, Alison still gets me to think about things in a very different way. I don't think we’ve ever had a session where I haven't come away thinking, ‘That was really worthwhile’. And that's amazing after 10 years.’
Monica Cable is based in Sydney, Australia. She has over 18 years’ executive coaching experience, working with senior executives predominantly in banking and finance, professional services, telecommunications and public service sectors.
For the last 12 years she has also worked as a coaching supervisor to many of Australia’s top coaches. In this capacity she works with coaches face-to-face, virtually and in groups. Many of Monica’s supervision groups have been working with her for years. Coaches report transformational change in their own self-awareness, their ability to manage difficult and complex work situations, and a far deeper understanding of their clients’ issues.
Monica is an Accredited Organisational Coach, Level 3 (IECL, Sydney), and a Professional Certified Coach (ICF). She also has a Masters’ degree in Counselling (UWS Sydney), and a Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision, Oxford Brookes University, UK.
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