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When revisions and additions to the ICF’s Code of Ethics are made, there’s typically a reason for them.
When revisions and additions to the ICF code of ethics are made, there’s typically a reason for them....
4 Areas of Ethical Awareness to Fine Tune
Executive coaching has numerous areas to be aware of due to the dynamics of working inside organizations. We are engaging not only with our coachee, but also with sponsors, stakeholders, managers and possibly others.
Please join us for a lively discussion about the ethics of online coaching...
Ethical blind spots can lead you into unethical behavior before you are aware...
It’s a common practice for some coaches to meet clients, potential clients and sponsors at coffee shops. So how do you have these meetings and assure confidentiality?
Staying Out of Ethical Hot Water for Coaches looks at “gray areas” of coaching ethics. This means, you may not find specific ICF ethics code for these gray areas, however a lack of awareness in these gray areas can lead to a breach of black and white ethics code.
Coaching professionalism is paramount to our profession. As coaches we “walk our own talk” right? I know most of us work hard to be highly professional and operate with high standards. However an unconscious “slip of the tongue” could land you in ethical hot water as it relates to this section of code.
Best Practices for Coaches
We will discuss the aspects of phone technology and what coaches need to know to provide secure and confidential services to their clients.
There is a lot being said on the internet about the results attained from working with a coach—and not exactly in an ethical manner.
Confidentiality is a crucial component of any coaching relationship, and now more than ever, so is the use of technology.
Join ILCT faculty member, Tina Elliot, to discuss important policies, terms and conditions for your coaching agreement.
Join ILCT faculty member Tina Elliot to discuss this important issue.
As the coaching profession’s visibility and exposure increases so does the need to operate ethically and protect ourselves from ethical complaints.
You have chosen the wrong client – now what?
A discussion on how to ethically manage a client relationship that is challenging or the wrong fit for you as a coach.
Join ILCT faculty member Tina Elliot as she discusses how to ethically close out a coaching engagement.