Chris Griffin Consulting

Workforce Development & Mentoring

Our Services

Professional Supervision

One-on-one performance coaching & guidance for key employees.

What to expect

The core parts of Professional Supervision

Engage us to provide independent support to one of your managers or employees, or for professional practitioners who might not have any team members to bounce off.

This approach not only shows that you place a deep level of trust and value on this employee, but also supports their ongoing growth, well-being, and effectiveness in a structured and fast-tracked way.

Professional Supervision is often used in professional or clinical context in fields such as counselling, social work, education, healthcare, and various other professions, and for critical, high-performance roles. It can also benefit new employees who have entered the workforce for the first time.

The collaborative nature of supervision contributes to the development of competent, reflective, and ethical practitioners who provide high-quality services in their respective professions.

Our professional supervision supports the ongoing growth, well-being, and effectiveness of those who take part, providing invaluable to both the organisation and individual.

Skill Development

Professional supervision facilitates the development of specific skills and competencies relevant to the supervisee's profession. This can include clinical skills, counselling techniques, teaching methods, and more

Reflective Practice

Supervision encourages reflective practice, where the supervisee critically examines their own experiences, actions, and decisions. This reflective process enhances self-awareness and promotes continuous learning and improvement.

Quality Assurance

Supervision plays a role in maintaining and improving the quality of professional services. By regularly reviewing and discussing cases, strategies, and interventions, supervisors can ensure that the supervisee is providing effective and ethical services.

Case Management

Supervision provides a platform for discussing and managing complex cases. Supervisees can seek guidance on challenging client situations, ethical dilemmas, and decision-making, ensuring that the best interests of clients are prioritised.

Emotional Support

Professionals often deal with emotionally challenging situations. Supervision provides a supportive and confidential space where supervisees can discuss their emotional reactions, stressors, and the impact of their work on their well-being.

Ethical Decision-Making

Supervision helps reinforce ethical standards and principles within the profession. Discussing ethical dilemmas and decision-making processes with a supervisor ensures that the supervisee adheres to professional codes of conduct.

Professional Identity & Development

Through supervision, professionals can explore and develop their professional identity. This includes understanding one's strengths, weaknesses, values, and goals, contributing to a sense of professional purpose and direction.

Preventing Burnout

Regular supervision can help prevent burnout by providing a mechanism for addressing stressors and challenges. Supervisors can help supervisees manage their workload, set realistic expectations, and implement self-care strategies.

Continuous Learning

Supervision fosters a culture of continuous learning. It encourages supervisors to stay updated on new research, best practices, and advancements in their field, ensuring that their knowledge remains current.

Team Collaboration

In some professions, supervision involves collaboration within a team context. This promotes teamwork, communication, and a shared understanding of goals, leading to a more cohesive and effective working environment.

Conflict Resolution

Supervision can address interpersonal conflicts within the professional setting. Supervisees can seek guidance on resolving conflicts with colleagues, clients, or other stakeholders, contributing to a healthier work environment.


Supervision provides a structure for accountability. Supervisees can discuss their goals, progress, and challenges with their supervisor, ensuring that they stay focused on their professional development and responsibilities.

some of the topics we'll discuss

“How to get the very best out of your existing employees.”

“Establishing positive self talk.”

“Building confidence after having a bad manager or work experience."

Get in contact with us to understand how Professional Supervision can be tailored to suit your team.