Speakers, Session Hosts & Facilitators

Angela Passarelli

Dr. Angela Passarelli is an Associate Professor of Management at the College of Charleston, SC, and Director of Research at the Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School. She also serves as a research fellow with the Coaching Research Lab and an instructor of executive education at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.
Angela has a long-standing interest in how people, especially organizational leaders, transform as individuals and collectives to realize their full potential. This draws her to topics such as leader development, intentional change, experiential learning, emotional intelligence, organizational neuroscience, motivation, self-regulation, wellbeing, and developmental relationships. Her current research focuses on how coaching relationships support learning and behavior change throughout one’s career. In particular, she is engaged in work that examines how coaching outcomes are shaped by characteristics of the individual being coached, the interaction between the coach and coachee, and competencies of the coach. She also studies the efficacy of coaching interventions for special populations, such as women entrepreneurs, new working mothers, and physicians.
Her work has been published in both academic and practitioner journals such as the Leadership Quarterly, Social Neuroscience, Organizational Research Methods, and the Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research. Angela also serves as a representative-at-large on the board of the Organizational Neuroscience division at the Academy of Management.

Angela Passarelli

Dr. Angela Passarelli is an Associate Professor of Management at the College of Charleston, SC, and Director of Research at the Institute of Coaching, McLean/Harvard Medical School. She also serves as a research fellow with the Coaching Research Lab and an instructor of executive education at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.
Angela has a long-standing interest in how people, especially organizational leaders, transform as individuals and collectives to realize their full potential. This draws her to topics such as leader development, intentional change, experiential learning, emotional intelligence, organizational neuroscience, motivation, self-regulation, wellbeing, and developmental relationships. Her current research focuses on how coaching relationships support learning and behavior change throughout one’s career. In particular, she is engaged in work that examines how coaching outcomes are shaped by characteristics of the individual being coached, the interaction between the coach and coachee, and competencies of the coach. She also studies the efficacy of coaching interventions for special populations, such as women entrepreneurs, new working mothers, and physicians.
Her work has been published in both academic and practitioner journals such as the Leadership Quarterly, Social Neuroscience, Organizational Research Methods, and the Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research. Angela also serves as a representative-at-large on the board of the Organizational Neuroscience division at the Academy of Management.

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Carol Kauffman

https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolkauffmanphd

Carol Kauffman

https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolkauffmanphd

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Dumi Magadlela

Dr Dumi Magadlela is an executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, leadership development facilitator, organizational ‘people whisperer’, and Ubuntu skills development practitioner. He is based Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi serves on the Board of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Foundation as a Trustee. He co-founded the Ubuntu Coaching Foundation (UCF) at The Coaching Centre (TCC) in South Africa. Dumi has been part of Senior Faculty at The Coaching Centre for over twelve (12) years, delivering a module on “Coaching in the African Context”. Dumi is part-time faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School’s MPhil in Management Coaching programme, where he teaches a module on “Ubuntu Team Coaching”. Dumi currently works as part of the international faculty at the WBECS’ Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), co-designing team coaching programmes and facilitating team-coaching labs. He is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) as a Senior Practitioner in Team Coaching. Dumi lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi’s work is informed by systems thinking, gestalt, emotional intelligence, Ubuntu and integral approaches, among others. Dumi is a regularly featured speaker on coaching, leadership, and people development.

Dumi Magadlela

Dr Dumi Magadlela is an executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, leadership development facilitator, organizational ‘people whisperer’, and Ubuntu skills development practitioner. He is based Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi serves on the Board of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Foundation as a Trustee. He co-founded the Ubuntu Coaching Foundation (UCF) at The Coaching Centre (TCC) in South Africa. Dumi has been part of Senior Faculty at The Coaching Centre for over twelve (12) years, delivering a module on “Coaching in the African Context”. Dumi is part-time faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School’s MPhil in Management Coaching programme, where he teaches a module on “Ubuntu Team Coaching”. Dumi currently works as part of the international faculty at the WBECS’ Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), co-designing team coaching programmes and facilitating team-coaching labs. He is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) as a Senior Practitioner in Team Coaching. Dumi lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi’s work is informed by systems thinking, gestalt, emotional intelligence, Ubuntu and integral approaches, among others. Dumi is a regularly featured speaker on coaching, leadership, and people development.

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Eve Turner

Eve is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. Chair of the leading professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision), she founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network and is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching - delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.

Eve Turner

Eve is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. Chair of the leading professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision), she founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network and is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching - delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.

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Ioanna Iordanou

Dr Ioanna Iordanou: is a Reader in Human Resource Management (Coaching and Mentoring) at Oxford Brookes Business School, co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017), and co-editor of The Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching (Routledge, 2019).

Ioanna Iordanou

Dr Ioanna Iordanou: is a Reader in Human Resource Management (Coaching and Mentoring) at Oxford Brookes Business School, co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017), and co-editor of The Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching (Routledge, 2019).

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Jeff Hull

Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twenty-five years working with C-suite leaders worldwide, Dr. Hull is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and adjunct Professor of Leadership at New York University. He is the Director of Global Development at the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. Dr Hull has been featured in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, and a wide range of media.

Jeff Hull

Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twenty-five years working with C-suite leaders worldwide, Dr. Hull is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and adjunct Professor of Leadership at New York University. He is the Director of Global Development at the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. Dr Hull has been featured in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, and a wide range of media.

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Marc Buergi

Director of the Master’s Program of Advanced Studies MAS Coaching FHNW at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Switzerland (www.coaching-studies.ch).
Professional coach for leaders, teams and talents in the digital and virtual setting for diverse industries (www.dmb-consulting.ch). Solution focused, systemic coach, with a background in leadership, people and organisational development for mutlinational companies, SMEs, NGOs, start-ups and governmental institutions. PhD in Systems Approaches from the University of St.Gallen (HSG), MSc in Organisations, Human Resources and Information Systems from the University of Berne, Coach accreditation with the International Coaching Federation, certified adult educator and psychometric assessor.

Marc Buergi

Director of the Master’s Program of Advanced Studies MAS Coaching FHNW at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Switzerland (www.coaching-studies.ch).
Professional coach for leaders, teams and talents in the digital and virtual setting for diverse industries (www.dmb-consulting.ch). Solution focused, systemic coach, with a background in leadership, people and organisational development for mutlinational companies, SMEs, NGOs, start-ups and governmental institutions. PhD in Systems Approaches from the University of St.Gallen (HSG), MSc in Organisations, Human Resources and Information Systems from the University of Berne, Coach accreditation with the International Coaching Federation, certified adult educator and psychometric assessor.

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Pam McLean

Pamela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching.
McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Pam McLean

Pamela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching.
McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

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Robert Biswas-Diener

Dr. Biswas-Diener is among the foremost authorities on positive psychology coaching. He conducts trainings on coaching, strengths, positivity, and courage with organizations and businesses around the world and through his own coaching school, Positive Acorn. Dr. Biswas-Diener has a passion for ethics in coaching. His master's thesis addressed ethical conflicts in psychotherapy and he regularly trains coaches in ethical decision making. He is an ICF Professional Certified Coach and a Gallup certified strengths coach. Robert is the author of Practicing Positive Psychology Coaching, The Upside of Your Dark Side, and other books.

Robert Biswas-Diener

Dr. Biswas-Diener is among the foremost authorities on positive psychology coaching. He conducts trainings on coaching, strengths, positivity, and courage with organizations and businesses around the world and through his own coaching school, Positive Acorn. Dr. Biswas-Diener has a passion for ethics in coaching. His master's thesis addressed ethical conflicts in psychotherapy and he regularly trains coaches in ethical decision making. He is an ICF Professional Certified Coach and a Gallup certified strengths coach. Robert is the author of Practicing Positive Psychology Coaching, The Upside of Your Dark Side, and other books.

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Program

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  • Day 1 24 February 2022
  • Day 2 25 February 2022
  • Virtual Room Day 1
09:00 - 09:30Welcome Day 1 By Wendy-Ann Smith & David ClutterbuckChairs

Welcome: Wendy-Ann Smith & David Clutterbuck
09:30 - 10:30The importance of GDPR for coaching By Fabrizia D’Alberti

The importance of GDPR for coaching

Fabrizia D’Alberti
Presentation – – This session will not be recorded

Abstract:
The session will focus on the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation  2016/679) (GDPR) and on some of the legal implications it raises in relation to digital coaching. The GDPR came into effect on May 25, 2018 and it replaced the European Union’s Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC). One of the aims of the GDPR is to harmonise data protection laws within the European Union. For this reason the European Legislator opted for a regulation, which is binding for Member States, in contrast to a directive, which imposes a result that has to be achieved. The GDPR has had a huge impact not just in Europe but worldwide due to the globalisation of coaching, with many firms, coaches and the technology their use crossing in and out of the EU.  At the beginning of our discussion we will cover the topic of who is bound by the GDPR. Next, we will explore the key principles of the GDPR and its legal implications. In doing this we will look closely at digital coaching, and its implications for coaches, coaching ethics set by professional bodies and coaching buyers. The core of our discussion will be an analysis on the obligations of confidentiality that characterise coaching and are also prescribed by the GDPR while dealing with personal data. In particular, we will see how confidentiality can be achieved in digital coaching. Moreover, we will address the delicate balance between confidentiality and ethics.

Download CoachHubs article discussing Confidentiality in Coaching here

Fabrizia D’Alberti is a fully qualified Italian Lawyer with an LLM. in Intellectual Property and Competition Law acquired at the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center- Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. She possesses a deep knowledge on the GDPR accompanied by hand-on experience on the most cutting edge themes on Data Protection.

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Host: Dr Ioanna Iordanou is a Reader in Human Resource Management (Coaching and Mentoring) at Oxford Brookes Business School, co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017), and co-editor of The Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching (Routledge, 2019).
10:30 - 11:00Networking 1: Discussion By Lise Lewis & Dumisani Magadlela 
Networking 1: Discussion
Facilitators: Lise Lewis & Dumisani Magadlela 

Dr Lise Lewis EIA Master Coach ESIA Coach Supervisor has a rich history as an EMCC volunteer contributing to developing professional standards for Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision and as EMCC Global Past President (2011-2017) and currently EMCC Global Special Ambassador. A strong focus on ethical practice has featured both in this work and also as an independent practitioner. Lise is owner of Bluesky International founded in 2000 virtually delivering EMCC accredited EQA|EIA Coaching | Mentoring and ESQA|ESIA Coach Supervision training.
Loving life and work includes time with family and friends and keeping fit with yoga| pilates, cycling and walking Charlie the family dog.

Dr Dumi Magadlela is an executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, leadership development facilitator, organizational ‘people whisperer’, and Ubuntu skills development practitioner. He is based Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi serves on the Board of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Foundation as a Trustee. He co-founded the Ubuntu Coaching Foundation (UCF) at The Coaching Centre (TCC) in South Africa. Dumi has been part of Senior Faculty at The Coaching Centre for over twelve (12) years, delivering a module on “Coaching in the African Context”. Dumi is part-time faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School’s MPhil in Management Coaching programme, where he teaches a module on “Ubuntu Team Coaching”. Dumi currently works as part of the international faculty at the WBECS’ Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), co-designing team coaching programmes and facilitating team-coaching labs. He is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) as a Senior Practitioner in Team Coaching. Dumi lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi’s work is informed by systems thinking, gestalt, emotional intelligence, Ubuntu and integral approaches, among others. Dumi is a regularly featured speaker on coaching, leadership, and people development.

11:15 - 12:15Ethical Dilemmas in Coaching Today By Maria Biquet

Ethical Dilemmas in Coaching Today

Maria Biquet
Presentation and Case Studies


Abstract:
The session will consist of the presentation of the results of the survey “Ethical Dilemmas in Coaching Today” that was implemented between January – March 2020 with the support of EMCC Global and a discussion that will follow.
The objective of this session is to present the findings on:
a)     the categories of ethical dilemmas of professional coaches in their practice today,
b)     the situations that cause them,
c)     the way that professional coaches handle them,
d)     the types of dilemmas depending on years of coaching experience and other findings that may lead the professional organisations to new approaches in Continuous Development Programmes and professional frameworks.

Maria Biquet is an experienced Business Consultant and Executive Coach with vast experience from diverse business fields. She works with senior executives from different countries.
Maria holds an MBA-International Marketing from Sunderland University – UK, a BA in Literature and Linguistics from the University of Athens – GR and a Diploma in Coaching from the Coaching Institute
– UK, and has an advanced certification as neuro-coach by NeuroBusinessGroup in the USA and a Certified Master Coach by the CAC (Centre for Advanced Coaching) in the USA.
EMCC Accredited Senior Practitioner Coach, VP Marketing Communications of EMCC Greece and Senior Researcher on Ethics in EMCC Global since 2018.

Host:
Dr Lise Lewis EIA Master Coach ESIA Coach Supervisor has a rich history as an EMCC volunteer contributing to developing professional standards for Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision and as EMCC Global Past President (2011-2017) and currently EMCC Global Special Ambassador. A strong focus on ethical practice has featured both in this work and also as an independent practitioner. Lise is owner of Bluesky International founded in 2000 virtually delivering EMCC accredited EQA|EIA Coaching | Mentoring and ESQA|ESIA Coach Supervision training.
Loving life and work includes time with family and friends and keeping fit with yoga| pilates, cycling and walking Charlie the family dog.
12:30 - 13:00Networking 2: Discussion By Windy Maledu & Maria Biquet
Networking 2: Discussion

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Facilitators:

Gold Sponsor: CoachHub Windy Maledu
 
& Maria Biquet

Windy Maledu Maledu is a Senior Behavioral Scientist  for UKI market with CoachHub. She started her career in L&D as a Training Manager, progressed to Leadership Consulting, where she built her expertise as Leadership Development Specialist and People Development manager in  different global financial corporations for the past 15 years. Her first degree is in Dramatic arts, she furthered her studies in Industrial and Organizational behavior and  a Masters in Coaching and Behavioural Change from Henley Business School. She spent the past 7 years running a coaching business, and continues to practice as an Executive Leadership Coach, she is a credentialed coach of COMENSA, ICF & EMCC member. She is also an author, speaker and facilitator.

Maria Biquet is an experienced Business Consultant and Executive Coach with vast experience from diverse business fields. She works with senior executives from different countries.
Maria holds an MBA-International Marketing from Sunderland University – UK, a BA in Literature and Linguistics from the University of Athens – GR and a Diploma in Coaching from the Coaching Institute
– UK, and has an advanced certification as neuro-coach by NeuroBusinessGroup in the USA and a Certified Master Coach by the CAC (Centre for Advanced Coaching) in the USA.
EMCC Accredited Senior Practitioner Coach, VP Marketing Communications of EMCC Greece and Senior Researcher on Ethics in EMCC Global since 2018.

13:00 - 15:15Lunch By Eat, rest, reflect and recharge

15:15 - 16:15Navigating ethics in coaching across professional contexts: a systemic lens By Rachel Hawley & Ioanna Iordanou

Navigating ethics in coaching across professional contexts: a systemic lens

Rachel Hawley & Ioanna Iordanou
Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
Listening, questioning and empathy are often cited as the key qualities of an effective coach, but how can coaching professionals build on these qualities to be both effective and ethical? In this session we adopt asystemic lens to explore ethical issues across professional contexts and share our advice for coaches who are seeking to foster ethical practice in their work.

An effective coach is an ethical coach. This means fostering a professional coaching culture that prioritises a shared understanding of ethical standards, regardless of prescribed recipes for best practice. Strategies are explored that enable us to maintain a conscious (rather than idealistic) ethical coaching practice – creating a positive professional culture that is driven by integrity and commitment to embrace the complexities of contemporary life in an era of ongoing change. Being an effective coach is a journey of discovery; understanding our values and ethics holds the key to navigating this complex landscape.

Rachel Hawley is a Leadership Associate at the NHS Leadership Academy and co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017). Her doctoral study, at Sheffield Hallam University is on relational leadership in the NHS.

Ioanna Iordanou iDr Ioanna Iordanou: is a Reader in Human Resource Management (Coaching and Mentoring) at Oxford Brookes Business School, co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017), and co-editor of The Practitioner’s Handbook of Team Coaching (Routledge, 2019).

Host:

Pauline Fatien, deeply involved in coaching research, I investigate power and ethics in the practice; in brief, I am interested in some darker sides of coaching! Please have a look at my academic articles and books! My perspectives build on my international experience as an educator and researcher in management. I graduated from HEC Paris with a Master of Science in Management, as well as a PhD in HR; I also got a Research Master in Sociology of Power (Paris University). Today I am an Associate Professor in Management at Grenoble Ecole de Management where I am a member of the Economic Peace Chair. I live in France after 8 years in California (USA) and in Colombia.
16:30 - 17:30Ethics in Education and the Development of Coaches By Andrea Giraldez-Hayes, Bob Garvey & Max Eames

Ethics in Education and the Development of Coaches

Andrea Giraldez-Hayes, Bob Garvey & Max Eames
Panel Discussion


Abstract:
Coaches often face ethical dilemmas that require sound decision-making abilities in their practice. Determining the appropriate actions when faced with a difficult moral dilemma can be challenging. Not all coaches are prepared, partly because of deficiencies in the approaches taken during their education and development. Ethical codes of conduct can offer some orientation, but they are not enough in most cases. Although a code of ethics can provide professional standards for coaches to protect clients’ dignity and wellbeing, additional training and shared reflective practice are needed to pursue ethical decision making. The presenters believe that specific training in ethics is essential in coach education and the development of coaches to preserve practices that respond to the ethical dilemmas that could arise. Furthermore, trainers should consider their ethical knowledge and approach.
 
The session is an invitation to consider and reflect on these topics. The presenters will address some central questions. Why is it essential for coaches to think ethically? How may ethics show up in coaches education? What is the role of the ethics of the coach educator? What is the role of ethics in the development of coaches, and what are the main options? After a brief presentation, all participants will engage in a fruitful discussion.

Dr Andrea Giraldez-Hayes is an internationally respected coaching psychologist, supervisor, and consultant. She is a Senior Lecturer and Clinical Director of the positive psychology and coaching psychology arm of the Wellbeing and Psychological Services Clinic at the University of East London’s School of Psychology. She is also a renowned public speaker at conferences in Europe and Latin America. Andrea has co/authored books and published on peer reviewed journals. Her main research interests are the boundaries between coaching and therapy and the use of arts and creativity in coaching psychology and supervision. She is currently the chair of the British Psychological Society’s Coaching Psychology Training Committee.

Bob Garvey Bob Garvey is one of Europe’s leading academic practitioners of mentoring and coaching. He is an experienced mentor/coach working with a wide range of people.
He is an active researcher and is in demand internationally as a keynote conference speaker.
Bob has a PhD from the University of Durham. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and has published widely on mentoring and coaching. He is a founding member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and Honorary President of Coaching York. In 2014, the EMCC awarded him the ‘Mentor Award’ and Coaching at Work magazine gave him a lifetime achievement award.

Max Eames is a Senior Lecturer, Course Leader and Director of the Wellbeing and Psychological Services Clinic at the University of East London’s School of Psychology. He grew up in California but settled in the United Kingdom after completing an honours degree in Florence, Italy. His varied career has included work as a chartered architect, a restaurateur, and a business-turnaround consultant. A London-based psychotherapist and executive coach, he facilitates long-lasting personal transformations for those who recognise the need to challenge both self-defeating behaviours and self-limiting beliefs.

Silver Sponsor: The Columbia Coaching Certification Program

Silver Sponsor The Columbia Certification Program Host:

Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Organization and Leadership, at Teachers College, Columbia. Scholarly interest includes strategic learning; leadership and organizational development; diversity and cultural intelligence; executive and organizational coaching. Terry came to Columbia after 30 years of diverse experience as an external and internal organizational effectiveness consultant, thought leader and educator—in positions ranging from field sales, sales management, sales training, to Vice President Organizational Effectiveness Center of Excellence for a major Fortune 200 Corporation—as well as two consulting firms. He is the recipient of The Academy of Human Resources Development’s Malcolm Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering diversity practitioner research; was recognized as #1 In Coach Education in the World by Thinkers50 | Marshall Goldsmith’s Top Global Coaches 2019, 2021; AIIR Consulting’s 2020 Coaching Leadership Award Winner in 2020; and Outstanding Contribution to Coaching Award – Henley Business School, University Reading, Fall 2021.
17:30 - 18:00Networking 3: Discussion By Paul Stokes & Rachel Hawley 
Networking 3: Discussion
Facilitators: Paul Stokes & Rachel Hawley 

Paul Stokes associate Professor of Coaching & Mentoring and a Master Practitioner with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. For the last 25 years, I have worked with many different organisations and their leadership teams on the development of their staff using a range of group and team based interventions including action learning, open space methodologies and appreciative inquiry. I am also an experienced researcher and, using action research methodologies, have developed impactful interventions within organisations on creating a coaching culture, organisational learning and organisational design.

Rachel Hawley Rachel Hawley: is a Leadership Associate at the NHS Leadership Academy and co-author of Values and Ethics in Coaching (Sage, 2017). Her doctoral study, at Sheffield Hallam University is on relational leadership in the NHS.

18:15 - 19:15Expanding the boundaries of ethical thinking By How Law

Expanding the boundaries of ethical thinking

Ho Law
Presentation and discussion

Abstract:

The coach as a scientist-practitioner in practice is a process of inquiry. In this process, the coachee is a participant of the research into their own life. The qualitative research paradigm can therefore apply to the coaching conversation. Typically, qualitative research consists of semi-structured interviews. The interaction between the researcher and participant stops at the end of the interview. The ethics application stage usually requires researchers to ensure that they do no harm to their participants at the end of the interview without further intervention, but to simply provide them with information on a briefing sheet to seek further help. Is this ethical and to whose benefit? An exception is action research which does involve intervention in the process. A coaching conversation can be action research in practice. This panel session welcomes participants to explore the common ethical issues for researchers (confidentiality, harm, deception and the choice of interventions) further for developing innovative research and ethical practice in coaching beyond its conventional boundary.

How Law is the Honorary Professor of Research & Psychology at the Colombo International Institute. He was the first equality advisor to the Assistant Permanent Secretary of State (Director) of the UK Home Office Research Development Statistics Directorate (1999-2000); the first assessor for the University College Cork’s Coaching & Coaching Psychology Programmes and the first winner of the Best Supervisor Award at the University of East London (2013) and the first Coaching Programme Advisor at University of Cambridge (2015-2016). Empsy® is a social enterprise founded by Ho to provide psychological and consultancy services to empower people, communities and the planet.

Host:

David Lane is Director and co-founder of the Professional Development Foundation, which has for forty years pioneered work-based professional development. As well as contributing to research and the professional development of coaching Professor Lane has coached in a wide range of organisations including major consultancies, multinationals, and public sector and government bodies. He also pioneered the international development of work based masters and doctorate degrees for experienced coaches in South Africa, New York and London. He has published widely on coaching. He co-created the International Centre for the Study of Coaching at Middlesex. Publishing widely in coaching – education – counselling and management he has also developed the field of supervision within professional bodies.
19:30 - 20:30Feedback ethics: A research-informed discussion of feedback in coaching By Angela Passarelli, Jeff Hull, Margaret Moore, Pamela Larde

Feedback ethics: A research-informed discussion of feedback in coaching

Angela Passarelli, Jeff Hull, Margaret Moore, Pamela Larde
Panel Discussion

Abstract:
Formalized feedback, such as 360-degree assessment, is a powerful tool for personal and professional growth. Yet the provision of feedback in coaching contexts is fraught with ethical dilemmas. How can we ensure the integrity of the data collected and fed back to the client? How do we manage psychological safety and power dynamics when delivering feedback? How might characteristics of the individual being coached, such as race, gender and sexual-orientation, impact others’ assessments of their performance? In this panel discussion, thought leaders from the Institute of Coaching will summarize the scholarly literature on the ethical dimension of feedback in coaching. Participants will then join us in translating research to practice and raising new questions for future research.
  

Angela Passarelli Pamela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching. McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twenty-five years working with C-suite leaders worldwide, Dr. Hull is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and adjunct Professor of Leadership at New York University. He is the Director of Global Development at the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. Dr Hull has been featured in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, and a wide range of media. He can be reached at www.jeffreyhull.combio

Margaret Moore/Coach Meg, MBA, is an executive coach, co-founder (2009) and chair of the Institute of Coaching at McLean, a Harvard Medical School affiliate. Following 17 years in the biotech industry, in 2000, Margaret founded Wellcoaches Corporation, a school of coaching for health professionals. In 2010 Margaret co-founded the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching, a nonprofit subsidiary of the National Board of Medical Examiners, establishing coaching standards, coach certification, and healthcare reimbursement of coaching services in the US. Margaret is co-author of 20 peer-reviewed articles and 8 book chapters on coaching, the peer-reviewed Coaching Psychology Manual published by Wolters Kluwer, and Harvard Health Books Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life and Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life.mela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching. McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Pamela Larde, director of education for the Institute of Coaching, is committed to engaging in the work of advancing the reach and commitment of the coaching profession to serve and build up heart-centered leaders around the world. As a professor, coach, author, and business owner, Dr. Larde is intentional about integrating values of belonging, human dignity, justice and care for the whole person into every fiber of her work. She is founder and president of the Academy of Creative Coaching, an ICF accredited coach training school and engages in research around race and gender, self-motivation, joy resilience, and posttraumatic growth.amela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching. McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Bronze Supporter: Institute of Coaching

Host:
Angela Hill is the Head of Supervision for The OCM Group, she was pivotal to developing supervision programmes and resources. In HR, Angela held a senior corporate client relationship role in outplacement and change management. Angela works with creativity, integrity and purpose for the common good, embedding ethical behaviour in everyday practice. A volunteer with EMCC since 2008, she recently supervised coaching of young African entrepreneurs. Angela writes articles for the OCM Journal and Chapter 15 ‘Supervision in Practice’, Coaching and Mentoring (2017).
20:30 - 21:00Networking 4: Discussion By Jeff Hull & Ho Law
Networking 4: Discussion

Supporter: Institute of Coaching

Supporters & Facilitators:


Supporter & Facilitator: Institute of Coaching, McLean, Affiliate of Harvard Medical School – Jeff Hull

Facilitator: Ho Law 

Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-selling book, FLEX: The Art and Science of Leadership in A Changing World, from Penguin-Random House in 2019. A highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach with over twenty-five years working with C-suite leaders worldwide, Dr. Hull is also a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and adjunct Professor of Leadership at New York University. He is the Director of Global Development at the Institute of Coaching, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate. Dr Hull has been featured in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, and a wide range of media. He can be reached at www.jeffreyhull.com

Ho Law is the Honorary Professor of Research & Psychology at the Colombo International Institute. He was the first equality advisor to the Assistant Permanent Secretary of State (Director) of the UK Home Office Research Development Statistics Directorate (1999-2000); the first assessor for the University College Cork’s Coaching & Coaching Psychology Programmes and the first winner of the Best Supervisor Award at the University of East London (2013) and the first Coaching Programme Advisor at University of Cambridge (2015-2016). Empsy® is a social enterprise founded by Ho to provide psychological and consultancy services to empower people, communities and the planet.

21:00 - 22:00Beyond the individual, behind the scene: A macro sociological lens on ethics in coaching By Pauline Fatien, Paul Stokes, Hany Shoukry & Rashmi Dixit

Beyond the individual, behind the scene: A macro sociological lens on ethics in coaching

Pauline Fatien, Paul Stokes, Hany Shoukry & Rashmi Dixit
Panel discussion


Abstract:
Ethics in coaching is often approached through an individual psychological angle, attributing ethical issues to misconducts, which should be solved through appropriate behavioral solutions. We argue that this micro angle reduces the complexity of ethics in coaching, and especially depoliticizes the debate. The risk is to undermine the role of macro global forces (social, economic, ideological, etc.) that inherently shape coaching conversations, a neglect that might result in making coaching a domination or oppression tool. That is why this panel will engage the audience in discussions on how macro global forces shape coaching with related ethical implications. In particular, it debates 1/global narratives shaping coaching conversations; 2/the neutrality assumption in coaching and its potential revision to address global sustainable issues; 3/the economic context of coaching conversations; 4/self-governing bodies and their Western white male bias. Overall, this panel addresses ethics in coaching from a macro sociological angle.

Pauline Fatien is deeply involved in coaching research, I investigate power and ethics in the practice; in brief, I am interested in some darker sides of coaching! Please have a look at my academic articles and books! My perspectives build on my international experience as an educator and researcher in management. I graduated from HEC Paris with a Master of Science in Management, as well as a PhD in HR; I also got a Research Master in Sociology of Power (Paris University). Today I am an Associate Professor in Management at Grenoble Ecole de Management where I am a member of the Economic Peace Chair. I live in France after 8 years in California (USA) and in Colombia.

Paul Stokes an Associate Professor of Coaching & Mentoring and a Master Practitioner with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. For the last 25 years, I have worked with many different organisations and their leadership teams on the development of their staff using a range of group and team based interventions including action learning, open space methodologies and appreciative inquiry. I am also an experienced researcher and, using action research methodologies, have developed impactful interventions within organisations on creating a coaching culture, organisational learning and organisational design.

Hany Shoukry, is a researcher and practitioner of coaching, as well as a technology leader in a leading media and telecom company. Born in Egypt, I live in the UK. My research on Coaching for Emancipation (CFE), and subsequent publications have focused on the intersection between individual and society, understanding the impact of social dynamics, and particularly social oppression on individuals, and how people can navigate the journey of liberating themselves and others from such impact. I am interested in how coaching is shaped by its social context, and how it can help reshaping society.

Rashmi Dixit has worked extensively with senior leadership teams to discuss, debate and design some of the most detailed strategies for implementing changes across the organizations. Her experience ranges from working with change makers in corporations, educational institutions and not for profit development initiatives. She was coach faculty at Leadership That Work’s, and currently serves as VP education Mastery at ICF Oregon board. She was instrumental in creating the new skills and competencies for ICF as a part of the Social justice committee for ICF Global. Rashmi has spoken on topics of Decolonisation, White Supremacy, Diversity and inclusion in several global forums. Currently she works as a partner at Rakarising.com, an HR, OD consulting firm that uses anti-oppression lens. Her work in social change has been in areas of women empowerment, youth and tribal leadership. Rashmi initiated a social change experimental initiative called Dhruvatara to connect children to nature.

Bronze Sponsor : Grenoble Ecole de Management – Endowed Economic Peace Chair

Host:
Kristin Kelly has served the International Coaching Federation (ICF) since 2007 in numerous capacities (including marketing, membership, and leadership development) before her current position as the Assistant Director of Ethics, Policy, and Compliance. The ICF is the world’s largest membership organization, accreditation, and credentialing body for professionally trained coaches. 
She’s actively involved with ICF’s management company (Associations International), including the Recognizing Achievement and Happiness (RAH) Committee. She oversees ICF’s New Employee Onboarding Process, serves on the ICF Internal Communications Task Force, and has been a driver in the co-creation of ICF Culture and values for the staff.
22:00 - 22:15Day 1 Close By Pauline Fatien & Wendy-Ann Smith

Day 1 Close

Pauline Fatien & Wendy-Ann Smith
  • Virtual Room Day 2
09:00 - 09:30Welcome Day 2 By Wendy-Ann Smith, Michael Cavanagh & Dumi Magadlela
Welcome: Wendy-Ann Smith, Michael Cavanagh & Dumi Magadlela
09:30 - 10:30Ethics and the digital environment in coaching By Marc Bürgi & Mona Ashoki

Ethics and the digital environment in coaching

Marc Bürgi & Mona Ashoki
Case Study Sessions


Abstract:
There is increasing discussion about the ethics of the digital world and this has inevitably generated a burgeoning research literature. Coaches have been using virtual media for more than two decades and an impact of the Covid pandemic has been that virtual coaching accounts for the majority of workplace coaching, although this has not been empirically measured. 
This has all happened so quickly that the ethicsof digital coaching has seen little or no investigation. Such research as there is into digital coaching almost all focuses on the practicalities, advantages and disadvantages of the genre, rather than on fundamental philosophical and ethical aspects. 
This session aims to map what research exists, exploring issues from the perspective of representative fictional case studies and recommend areas for future investigation. After an introduction of fundamental concepts, participants are equipped with a set of questions to reflect, discuss and transfer insights to their own practice.

 

Marc Bürgi is the director of the Master’s Program of Advanced Studies MAS Coaching FHNW at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Switzerland (www.coaching-studies.ch).
Professional coach for leaders, teams and talents in the digital and virtual setting for diverse industries (www.dmb-consulting.ch). Solution focused, systemic coach, with a background in leadership, people and organisational development for mutlinational companies, SMEs, NGOs, start-ups and governmental institutions. PhD in Systems Approaches from the University of St.Gallen (HSG), MSc in Organisations, Human Resources and Information Systems from the University of Berne, Coach accreditation with the International Coaching Federation, certified adult educator and psychometric assessor.

Mona Ashoki is a Lecturer in Operations Management, Director of Academic Tutoring (post-experienced programmes), and member of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee at Henley Business School, UK. She has extensive industry experience, having worked at the senior management level in global IT and BPO organisations, and an Accounting firm. She has worked with customers in Asia, Australia, Europe and Northern America. Mona’s experience in Higher Education includes working with doctoral, post-experienced postgraduate and undergraduate programme members. Her professional and academic projects cover topics such as: digital ethics, use of AI, process improvement, programme management, knowledge management, financial management, organisational transformation, and management consulting. She is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (FHEA), a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, a Certified Software Quality Analyst, and a Six Sigma Master Black Belt. She has successfully secured research funding, including for Knowledge Transfer Partnership projects, funded by InnovateUK.

Host:  
David Clutterbuck is one of the earliest pioneers of coaching and mentoring. Visiting professor at four business schools and co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, he is author of more than 70 books. David was lead coach on the Ethical Coach project and has trained hundreds of ethical mentors in the UK health service and elsewhere.blished over 100 scientific papers and book chapters, with a particular interest on ethics and coach behaviour. 
10:30 - 11:00Networking 5: Discussion By Eve Turner & Michael Cavanagh & Marc Bürgi
Networking 5: Discussion
Facilitators: Eve Turner & Michael Cavanagh & Marc Bürgi

Eve Turner is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. Chair of the leading professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision), she founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network and is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.

Michael Cavanagh is an internationally recognized academic, practitioner and consultant in the fields of leadership and coaching psychology. Michael’s work focuses on preparing leaders, teams and coaches to work effectively and sustainably in complex settings. In his academic work he is the Deputy Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney (Australia) and Visiting Professor at Middlesex University (UK). He has coached leaders and managers at all levels from a diverse range of public and private, national and multinational organizations, both in Australia and internationally. Along with numerous publications in the peer reviewed press, Michael is the principal author of the Standards Australia Handbook of Organisational Coaching.

Marc Bürgi is the director of the Master’s Program of Advanced Studies MAS Coaching FHNW at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), Switzerland (www.coaching-studies.ch).
Professional coach for leaders, teams and talents in the digital and virtual setting for diverse industries (www.dmb-consulting.ch). Solution focused, systemic coach, with a background in leadership, people and organisational development for mutlinational companies, SMEs, NGOs, start-ups and governmental institutions. PhD in Systems Approaches from the University of St.Gallen (HSG), MSc in Organisations, Human Resources and Information Systems from the University of Berne, Coach accreditation with the International Coaching Federation, certified adult educator and psychometric assessor.the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.

11:15 - 12:15Ethics and culture in coaching moving beyond a universal western ethical code By David Lane, Dumisani Magadlela & Ivan Yong

Ethics and culture in coaching moving beyond a universal western ethical code

David Lane, Dumisani Magadlela & Ivan Yong
Panel Discussion


Abstract:
Ethics is often presented from the perspective of a limited range of ethical precepts derived from classical philosophy and medical codes of conduct. Developing a code of conduct although not the first action taken by emerging professional bodies in coaching was certainly an early consideration. However, all the bodies in the field adopted the same approach of defining ethics in terms of an external code to which members were subject. In this panel we will explore different approaches to the external code as a guide to practice and also ideas emerging from different cultural contexts to consider what an approach to ethics might include if founded in more diverse cultural contexts. 

David Lane is Director and co-founder of the Professional Development Foundation, which has for forty years pioneered work-based professional development. As well as contributing to research and the professional development of coaching Professor Lane has coached in a wide range of organisations including major consultancies, multinationals, and public sector and government bodies. He also pioneered the international development of work based masters and doctorate degrees for experienced coaches in South Africa, New York and London. He has published widely on coaching. He co-created the International Centre for the Study of Coaching at Middlesex. Publishing widely in coaching – education – counselling and management he has also developed the field of supervision within professional bodies.

Dumisani Magadlela is an executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, leadership development facilitator, organizational ‘people whisperer’, and Ubuntu skills development practitioner. He is based Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi serves on the Board of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Foundation as a Trustee. He co-founded the Ubuntu Coaching Foundation (UCF) at The Coaching Centre (TCC) in South Africa. Dumi has been part of Senior Faculty at The Coaching Centre for over twelve (12) years, delivering a module on “Coaching in the African Context”. Dumi is part-time faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School’s MPhil in Management Coaching programme, where he teaches a module on “Ubuntu Team Coaching”. Dumi currently works as part of the international faculty at the WBECS’ Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), co-designing team coaching programmes and facilitating team-coaching labs. He is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) as a Senior Practitioner in Team Coaching. Dumi lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi’s work is informed by systems thinking, gestalt, emotional intelligence, Ubuntu and integral approaches, among others. Dumi is a regularly featured speaker on coaching, leadership, and people development.

Ivan Yong is an organizational psychologist, angel investor, sales coach and mentor. He is a frequent speaker on startup culture, disruptive innovation for corporate organization and sales strategy for growth. Ivan is passionate about social justice for his pro bono work, initiated various global social responsibility programs with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) and is an official mentor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for the past 10 years. Last but not least, he authored the book, “Department of Startup : Why Every Fortune 500 Should Have One’, a holistic approach to the inception of a culture of innovation within corporates.

Host:
Michael Cavanagh

Michael is an internationally recognized academic, practitioner and consultant in the fields of leadership and coaching psychology. Michael’s work focuses on preparing leaders, teams and coaches to work effectively and sustainably in complex settings. In his academic work he is the Deputy Director of the Coaching Psychology Unit at the University of Sydney (Australia) and Visiting Professor at Middlesex University (UK). He has coached leaders and managers at all levels from a diverse range of public and private, national and multinational organizations, both in Australia and internationally. Along with numerous publications in the peer reviewed press, Michael is the principal author of the Standards Australia Handbook of Organisational Coaching.
12:30 - 13:00Networking 6: Discussion By David Lane & Ivan Yong
Networking 6: Discussion
Facilitators: David Lane & Ivan Yong

David Lane is Director and co-founder of the Professional Development Foundation, which has for forty years pioneered work-based professional development. As well as contributing to research and the professional development of coaching Professor Lane has coached in a wide range of organisations including major consultancies, multinationals, and public sector and government bodies. He also pioneered the international development of work based masters and doctorate degrees for experienced coaches in South Africa, New York and London. He has published widely on coaching. He co-created the International Centre for the Study of Coaching at Middlesex. Publishing widely in coaching – education – counselling and management he has also developed the field of supervision within professional bodies.

Ivan Yong is an organizational psychologist, angel investor, sales coach and mentor. He is a frequent speaker on startup culture, disruptive innovation for corporate organization and sales strategy for growth. Ivan is passionate about social justice for his pro bono work, initiated various global social responsibility programs with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) and is an official mentor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong for the past 10 years. Last but not least, he authored the book, “Department of Startup : Why Every Fortune 500 Should Have One’, a holistic approach to the inception of a culture of innovation within corporates.

13:00 - 15:15Lunch By Eat, rest, reflect and recharge

15:15 - 16:15Three approaches to coaching ethics By Tatiana Krawczynska-Zaucha

Three approaches to coaching ethics

Tatiana Krawczynska-Zaucha
Presentation and case studies



Abstract: The session aims to present three approaches to ethics in coaching as different but complementary paths to the maturity of a professional coach. Each of these paths mirrors the ethical sensitivity level and the integration of the coach’s own internal ethics. The result of understanding and integration are behaviors resulting from one approach to coaching ethics. The presenter will combine both spaces of ethics in coaching – theoretical and practical. After the presentation, the audience will be invited to discuss the raised aspects. 

Tatiana Krawczynska-Zaucha Dr Tatiana Krawczyńska-Zaucha is a global Executive and Leadership MCC coach, mentor coach, assessor, author, business trainer and well-known academic lecturer. She is professionally involved in both ethics and coaching. The theses of her doctoral dissertation concerned coaching ethics. For 18 years, she has worked with teams, executives and leaders to enable them to develop a global mindset and strengthen key competencies essential for leadership in a complex marketplace. She was a member of the ICF Code of Ethics Review Team for the last year and is now part of the ICF Ethics Education Team and she co-authored a course on coaching ethics, which was attended by over 15,000 people from all over the world. Tatiana is the author of many publications including the book Ethics in coaching: Sources of effective management (2019).

Host:
Paul Stokes is an associate Professor of Coaching & Mentoring and a Master Practitioner with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. For the last 25 years, I have worked with many different organisations and their leadership teams on the development of their staff using a range of group and team based interventions including action learning, open space methodologies and appreciative inquiry. I am also an experienced researcher and, using action research methodologies, have developed impactful interventions within organisations on creating a coaching culture, organisational learning and organisational design.
16:30 - 17:30Coaching Ethics in the Latin American Context  By Eva Hirsch Pontes, Illary Quinteros, João Luiz Pasqual and Silvina Spiegel

Coaching Ethics in the Latin American Context 

Eva Hirsch Pontes, João Luiz Pasqual and Silvina Spiegel
Panel Discussion
from all corners of Latin and South America

Abstract: “Coaching Ethics in the Latin American Context” aims to create space for discussion of what is currently happening in the Coaching industry within Latin America and the Caribbean region, which comprises 33 countries, at least 4 different languages and a relevant cultural diversity, that brings complexity when dealing with the interpretation of ethical standards.
The discussion will be based on general ethics concept in coaching, considering that when a coach joins a professional coaching body, they agree to enter a community of practice with mutual obligations towards its members and overall professional/activities.

The panellists will discuss :
·      Educating contractors of coaching services who often request ethically inappropriate solutions;
·      Misleading advertisements related to programs not accredited by a coaching body;
·      General ethic challenges and conflicts.

Eva Hirsch Pontes is an Executive Coach, Trainer and Facilitator, Coach Mentor and Supervisor and Conflict Mediator. Eva currently alternates her residence between Berlin and her hometown, Rio de Janeiro. Eva holds a Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential from ICF – International Coaching Federation, as well as the ESIA Coach Supervisor Accreditation from the EMCC – European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Eva has been actively involved in volunteer activities for ICF: she integrated the first Board of ICF/Chapter Brazil, and currently holds a seat in the Advisory Board of that Chapter. Eva has also served as a member of the Ethics Committee of ICF/Chapter Brazil.

João Luiz Pasqua has been an Executive Coach since 2006. Member of ICF – International Coaching Federation, holds a Certification at MCC (Master Certified Coach) level, he is also a Certified Administration Counsellor affiliated to the Brazilian Corporate Governance Institute – IBGC. Was elected in 2015 as ICF President in Brazil for three years period (2016/2018) currently presides the Advisory Board at ICF Brazil Chapter, he also serves the Independent Review Board as the Vice Chair of Development at ICF Global and is one of the Co-leaders for the Coaching Education Community. João Luiz is Mentor Coach Certified by InviteChange in USA, Accredited Coach Supervisor at CSA-Coaching Supervision Academy in London, holds a Diploma in Organizational Psychology from INSEAD – Fontainebleau, France – and a master’s degree in Consulting and Coaching for Change from INSEAD. MBA, University of São Paulo – FIA – São Paulo – Brazil.

Silvina Spiegel is a Multi-Cultural Executive Coach, Supervisor-Mentor coach and Coach Trainer. Coaching experience in Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew and English. Current representative from Latin America for the Regional Coordination Team NALAC – ICF Professional Coaches, working towards the DEIJ&B of the Region. Brazilian representative since 2020 for the Latin America Forum, responsible for the inclusion of Portuguese translation in every event. Former ICF Brazil Chapter Vice President. Founder, director and former VP of the Rio de Janeiro sub-unit. Professional Certified Coach by International Coaching Federation since 2015.

Host:
Dr Dumisani Magadlela is an executive coach, team coach, coach trainer, leadership development facilitator, organizational ‘people whisperer’, and Ubuntu skills development practitioner. He is based Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi serves on the Board of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) Foundation as a Trustee. He co-founded the Ubuntu Coaching Foundation (UCF) at The Coaching Centre (TCC) in South Africa. Dumi has been part of Senior Faculty at The Coaching Centre for over twelve (12) years, delivering a module on “Coaching in the African Context”. Dumi is part-time faculty at the University of Stellenbosch Business School’s MPhil in Management Coaching programme, where he teaches a module on “Ubuntu Team Coaching”. Dumi currently works as part of the international faculty at the WBECS’ Global Team Coaching Institute (GTCI), co-designing team coaching programmes and facilitating team-coaching labs. He is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) as a Senior Practitioner in Team Coaching. Dumi lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, and works globally. Dumi’s work is informed by systems thinking, gestalt, emotional intelligence, Ubuntu and integral approaches, among others. Dumi is a regularly featured speaker on coaching, leadership, and people development.
17:30 - 18:00Networking 7: Discussion By Pauline Fatien & Paul Stokes
Networking 7: Discussion
Facilitators: Pauline Fatien & Paul Stokes

Bronze Sponsor : Grenoble Ecole de Management – Endowed Economic Peace

Pauline Fatien deeply involved in coaching research, I investigate power and ethics in the practice; in brief, I am interested in some darker sides of coaching! Please have a look at my academic articles and books! My perspectives build on my international experience as an educator and researcher in management. I graduated from HEC Paris with a Master of Science in Management, as well as a PhD in HR; I also got a Research Master in Sociology of Power (Paris University). Today I am an Associate Professor in Management at Grenoble Ecole de Management where I am a member of the Economic Peace Chair. I live in France after 8 years in California (USA) and in Colombia.

Paul Stokes associate Professor of Coaching & Mentoring and a Master Practitioner with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. For the last 25 years, I have worked with many different organisations and their leadership teams on the development of their staff using a range of group and team based interventions including action learning, open space methodologies and appreciative inquiry. I am also an experienced researcher and, using action research methodologies, have developed impactful interventions within organisations on creating a coaching culture, organisational learning and organisational design.

18:15 - 19:15Why are ethics so boring By Carol Kauffman & Robert Biswas-Diener 

Why are ethics so boring?

Robert Biswas-Diener & Carol Kauffman
Fireside Chat


Abstract:
If you chose to attend a conference on coaching ethics, you probably do not think the topic is boring. Be aware, however, that many coaches find the topic of ethics to be constricting, boring, and some even see them as irrelevant. These attitudes are common, natural, and potentially harmful. In this presentation, Drs. Carol Kauffman and Robert Biswas-Diener argue that professional ethics are in need of a more exciting re-branding. They begin with a simple definition of ethics and a list of common obstacles to falling in love with the topic. Using a fireside chat format, they will discuss the benefits of ethics, the process of ethical decision-making, contemporary themes in ethics, and real ethical dilemmas in coaching. Ultimately, they hope to reframe ethics as fascinating and indispensable. 

Robert Biswas-Diener is among the foremost authorities on positive psychology coaching. He conducts trainings on coaching, strengths, positivity, and courage with organizations and businesses around the world and through his own coaching school, Positive Acorn. Dr. Biswas-Diener has a passion for ethics in coaching. His master’s thesis addressed ethical conflicts in psychotherapy and he regularly trains coaches in ethical decision making. He is an ICF Professional Certified Coach and a Gallup certified strengths coach. Robert is the author of Practicing Positive Psychology Coaching, The Upside of Your Dark Side, and other books.

Carol Kauffman is known globally as one of the top leaders in the field of leadership coaching. Thinkers 50 shortlisted her as one of the top 8 coaches. Marshall Goldsmith ranked her as the #1 Leadership Coach. She’s also an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Visiting Professor at Henely Business School and a Sr. Leadership Advisor at Egon Zehnder. 

What matters most is helping leaders create the impact they want. When people are powerful no one tells them the truth, I hope to do that in a shame-free way and often laughter is involved. CarolKauffman.com/Knowledge Philanthropy.

19:30 - 20:30Developing Ethical Maturity through Supervision By Pam McLean & Peter Hawkins 

Developing Ethical Maturity through Supervision

Pam McLean & Peter Hawkins 
Format: Presentation


Abstract

This session will focus on the role supervision can play in fostering ethical maturity of the supervisees while also continuing to cultivate one’s own as a supervisor. We will launch the session by examining the multiple layers of ethical maturity along with the nested systems where ethical issues may arise.  We’ll include some of the relevant research along with some common ethical challenges and create plenty of time for conversation.

Pam McLean Pamela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching. McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Peter Hawkins, Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, Chairman of Renewal Associates and co-dean of the Global Team Coaching Institute, is a leading consultant, coach, writer and researcher in organizational strategy, leadership, culture change, team and board development and coaching.  He has worked with many leading organizations all over the world coaching executive teams and boards and facilitating major change and organizational transformation projects. He has coached over 100 boards and senior executive teams, enabling them to develop their purpose, vision, values, collective leadership and strategy for the future, in a wide range of international, large and small commercial companies, government departments, UK health services organizations, professional services organizations and charities.

Silver Sponsor: The Hudson Institute of Coaching

Host:
Eve Turner
is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. Chair of the leading professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision), she founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network and is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.
20:30 - 21:00Networking 8: Discussion By Liz Pavese, Pam McLean, Carrie Arnold
Networking 8: Discussion

GOLD SPONSOR

Silver Sponsor: The Hudson Institute of Coaching

Bronze Sponsor: Fielding University School of Leadership

Mingle & Muse: Ethical Insights and Discoveries from the Conference
In this final networking breakout, we’ll come together to share key learnings to integrate into practice, discuss new ideas, build connections, and look ahead.


Facilitators & Sponsors:

Gold Sponsor: CoachHub Liz Pavese

Silver Sponsor: The Hudson Institute of Coaching – Pam McLean

Bronze Sponsor: Fielding University School of Leadership – Carrie Arnold

Liz Pavese is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at Coachhub, where she marries her expertise in organizational psychology, employee experience, and organizational development to close the gap between coaching research and practice. Liz has 15 years of experience working with world-class organizations across industries to design and implement scalable talent solutions ranging from development programs, to performance practices, career architecture, culture assessment and change initiatives to drive transformation in organizations. As leader in HRTech for the past few years, she built global advisory teams to deliver on customer employee experience programs and provide expertise in the design of new product features and solutions. Liz earned her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Seattle Pacific University and is an ICF Certified Professional Coach. Liz is a member of the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, International Coaching Federation, and Portland Women in Tech.

Pamela McLean, PhD, Co-Founder of The Hudson Institute of Coaching, brings more than four decades of experience as a clinical psychologist, master coach, coach supervisor, and contributor in the field of leadership coaching.
McLean has authored several books in the field of coaching including The Completely Revised Handbook of Coaching (2012), a comprehensive examination of the essential elements in coaching; Self as Coach, Self as Leader, (2019) exploring the dimensions of the internal landscape that support one’s conscious use of self in coaching and in leadership. She also authored LifeForward: Charting the Journey Ahead, focused on intentionally charting a course through the chapters and transitions in one’s life.

Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC, is a coach, consultant, author, and coach educator. She is the program director for evidence based coaching at Fielding Graduate University and runs her own coaching business The Willow Group . Carrie obtained her coach training at Georgetown University. She is certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF) as a Master Certified Coach and is also a Board Certified Coach. She holds a B.A. in Psychology, an M.A. in Organizational Management, and a Ph.D. in Human Development. She is author of Silenced and Sidelined: How women leaders find their voices and break barriers.

21:00 - 22:00Ethics: The professionalization and democratisation of coaching By Magdalena Nowicka Mook (ICF CEO and Executive Director), Dr. Riza Kadilar (President of EMCC Global), Katherine Tulpa (Global CEO of AC & Executive Director, Wisdom8), Eve Turner (Chair of APECS)

Ethics: The professionalization and democratisation of coaching

Magdalena Nowicka Mook (ICF CEO and Executive Director),
Dr. Riza Kadilar (President of EMCC Global),
Katherine Tulpa (Global CEO of AC & Executive Director, Wisdom8),
Eve Turner (Chair of APECS),
Panel discussion


Abstract: During this panel we will the importance of ethics for both coaches and also the coaching bodies to strive for increased accountability and creditability. The approaches each body takes in developing ethical practice of its coaching community. Discussion will also involve the influence of social cause messaging to the professionalisation and democratization of coaching.

Magdalena Nowicka Mook (ICF CEO and Executive Director

Magdalena Nowicka Mook brings experience in fundraising, coaching, consulting and association management. Currently, she offers her vision and strategic direction as the CEO of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), where she acts as a partner to the ICF’s Global Board of Directors. Magda is a trained professional coach and systems’ facilitator.

Ms. Mook has also held positions with the Council of State Governments, where she was the Assistant Director of National Policy and Director of Development. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service has also utilized Magda’s international business acumen, bringing her in for coordinating technical assistance programs and implementing special projects in four European countries. Magda is a frequent speaker on subjects of trends in coaching and leadership development as well as regulation and ethics.

Ms. Mook received her M.S. in Economics and International Trade from the Warsaw School of Economics, Poland. She also graduated from the Copenhagen Business School’s Advanced Program in International Management and Consulting. She is a member of the Women’s Foreign Policy Group, Forbes.com Council on Non-profits, ATD, ASAE International Section Council and the Advisory Board for Institute of Organizational Mindfulness.

Magdalena is fluent in Polish, Russian, and English, and has a working knowledge of French.

Dr. Riza Kadilar (President of EMCC Global)

Alumni of Stanford University, HEC Paris, METU, and INSEAD, Dr. Riza Kadilar is a PhD in media economics. His professional career includes senior level bank management in France, UK, Netherlands and Turkey. 

He is the author of five published books, and columnist at Bloomberg Businessweek Turkey.

He contributes to the democratization of learning and development with his online learning platform (RK Academy) and also with his EMCC Quality Award recipient online micro credential course (MOOC) on coaching and mentoring.  Dr. Kadilar is a visiting professor in various universities, and has delivered numerous motivational speeches during the last twenty years in more than thirty countries, and recently on online platforms reaching more than ten thousand individuals.

Katherine Tulpa (Global CEO of AC & Executive Director, Wisdom8)

As a pioneering leader within her field, Katherine is the Global CEO of the Association for Coaching, a leading professional coaching body, and Executive Director of Wisdom8. Described by others as someone who ‘pushes the boundaries’, and who role-models, ‘collaborative-based’ leadership, Katherine specializes in cross-cultural and global/top team coaching, having worked with CEOs and their teams from across 40 different nationalities. She is the recipient of the awards for Influencing and Impacting the Coaching Profession and was made Coach/Mentor of the Year, by Coaching at Work. She is also an author, speaker, and lecturer, with recent contributions in Leadership Coaching, Excellence in Coaching, and Diversity in Coaching (Kogan Page), and is on the Editorial Board for Coaching, an International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice.

Eve Turner (Chair of APECS)

Eve is an award-winning coach, supervisor and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. Chair of the leading professional body, APECS (The Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision), she founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network and is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance. Eve‘s writing includes two co-authored publications including one with Peter Hawkins (2020), “Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual.” She is currently working on two books, the Ethics Handbook associated with this conference and one with several co-authors on coaching and the ecological crisis. Eve’s a Fellow at two universities – The University of Southampton and Henley Business School.

Moderator:
Wendy-Ann
is a coach, psychologist, trainer and facilitator. She is the lead editor of Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace (2021) and The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (in production). She is con-founder of the Ethics Coaching Forum. She holds virtual groups for coaches who wish to nourish themselves and their coaching with the understanding and application of positive and coaching psychology in their coaching and regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Wendy-Ann creates and delivers lectures, training and coaching at several universities in France and internationally. Her current interest is in enhancing coaches development with positive psychology, coaching psychology and ethics in practice.
22:00 - 22:15Announcements & close: By Wendy-Ann Smith

Announcements & close

Wendy-Ann Smith