Full program will be available in the summer of 2024

Thursday 5, Friday 6 & Saturday 7 December, 2024

7am-9pm GMT; 8am-10pm CET; 2am-4pm EST; 11pm-1pm PST

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We (Coaching Ethics Forum) are sharing the conference presentations publicly after three months on the basis of a Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND, that confirms the information is available to share ideas about ethics but it cannot be used for commercial purposes or to promote any cause, position or entity.

We look forward to spending time with you provoking ethics in coaching.

  • Day 1 - Thursday 5 December 2024
  • Day 2 - Friday 6 December 2024
  • Day 3 - Saturday 7 December 2024
  • Virtual Room 1
08:00 - 08:30Welcome – Day 1, 2024 By Wendy-Ann Smith & Hugh Breakey


Wendy-Ann, is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice.

Dr Hugh Breakey is Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow in moral philosophy at Griffith University’s Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law (Brisbane, Australia). Hugh’s work spans the philosophical sub-disciplines of political theory, normative ethics, applied philosophy, and legal theory. He has extensive experience in the application of ethical, legal, and political philosophy to a wide array of challenging practical fields, including institutional governance, integrity systems and corruption, climate change, sustainable tourism, peacekeeping, safety industries, property and intellectual property, professional ethics, human rights, and international law.

08:30 - 09:25David Lane By David Lane

David Lane 

Title: xxx

Speaker: David Lane 
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
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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.

Host:
Kxxx
09:30 - 10:25Discussion Group 1 – ‘Bring a Case’ By David Lane & Lise Lewis
Discussion Group 1 – ‘Bring a Case’
Facilitators: David Lane & Lise Lewis

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.

Lise Lewis D.Prof MBA CFCIPD EMCC accredited coach | mentor supervisor and master coach | mentor. Founder of Bluesky International providing accredited coach | mentor and coach supervisor training. Practising Executive Coach and Supervisor for independent and in-house practitioners. Immediate Past President of EMCC Global and currently Special Ambassador. Honorary Member of APECS and AOCS.

Lise’s immersion in a doctoral study of human behaviour culminated in authoring Relational Feedback: Why Feedback Fails and How to Make it More Meaningful 2020. Global keynote speaker and webinar contributor: AI, Cultural Diversity, Ethics, EQ/SQ, Trends in Coaching and Supervision, Leadership Tomorrow, Relational Feedback. Contributor to Coaching Supervision Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes. Volunteer with EMCC Global 20+ years initiating and contributing to professional standards in coaching, mentoring and supervision.

Building on a human resources senior management career, Lise’s private| public sector work focuses on Relational Leadership. Assignments help leaders and teams to sharpen existing people skills that sustain a high level of interpersonal intelligence. Team relationships improve and consequently team effectiveness is responsive to the rapid pace and changing world of work. Training focuses on creating organisational coaching facilities.

 

10:30 - 11:25Prof Tatiana Bachkirova By Prof Tatiana Bachkirova. Host: Wendy-Ann Smith

Title

Prof Tatiana Bachkirova
Format: xxx

Abstract:

Tatiana Bachkirova is Professor of Coaching Psychology in the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK http://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/. As an academic her works involves supervisingdoctoral students, teaching coaching supervisors and academic writing. As a practitioner she supports coaches through individual and group supervision. In her over 70 research articles, book chapters and books and in her many speaking engagements she aims to explore most challenging issues of coaching as a service to individuals, organisations and wider societies.

Host: Wendy-Ann Smith
Wendy-Ann, is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice. 

11:30 - 12:25Discussion Group 2 By Tatiana Bachkirova
Discussion Group 3
Facilitators: Tatiana Bachkirova 

Tatiana Bachkirova is Professor of Coaching Psychology in the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University, UK http://www.brookes.ac.uk/iccams/. As an academic her works involves supervisingdoctoral students, teaching coaching supervisors and academic writing. As a practitioner she supports coaches through individual and group supervision. In her over 70 research articles, book chapters and books and in her many speaking engagements she aims to explore most challenging issues of coaching as a service to individuals, organisations and wider societies.

 

12:30 - 13:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

13:30 - 14:25Bringing Ethical Coaching to Life within Organisations By Cath Brown, Dr Elouise Leonard-Cross & Kristina Henry Host: Rob Baker

Bringing Ethical Coaching to Life within Organisations – Challenges, Opportunities and Practicalities

Cath Brown, Dr Elouise Leonard-Cross & Kristina Henry
Format: Panel Discussion

Abstract:
Sharing insights from coaches, HR and OD leaders, commissioners of internal coaching frameworks and coaching training providers, this session will discuss the challenges, opportunities and practicalities of embedding coaching in a high quality, evidence-based and ethically informed way.
Specifically, the panel will consider the ethical challenges that arise at different points of the coaching process including:
~ What is the organisation’s approach to coaching?
~ What to look for when contracting externally
~ Tensions between internal and external coaching contracting 
~ How to embed coaching in a high quality, consistent and ethical way
~ Accessibility to coaching (so it is not just available to senior members of staff)

Cath Brown founded Cath Brown Consultancy (CBC) in 2006 after a successful career within organisational development and human resources within the NHS.  CBC has grown in response to demand and now operates an associate model built on our values and strong relationships. We choose to work in this way as it allows us to flex and scale to rapidly meet demands and to catalyse change most effectively within systems and organisations. We feel privileged to work with such a diverse client base and work with whole organisations, teams and individuals as coaches, supervisors and facilitators. 

Cath is an engaging and relational coach and coach supervisor who believes in working alongside individuals and teams creatively to help them reach their full potential. She offers coaching and supervision space for people to think more effectively, to step out of issues or thoughts and feelings, to deeply explore goals and aspirations, and to enable individuals hold themselves to account for their aspirations.

Dr Elouise Leonard-Cross is an Occupational Psychologist, charter marketer, and Head of People Strategy & Experience for Northumbrian Water Limited. A ‘curious collaborator’, Elouise thrives on asking and exploring the questions to help organisations be happy and healthy places to work, creating solutions to enable high performance. A Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, she is passionate about the role that People Professionals and coaches play in making organisations human and creating the conditions for innovation and growth.  An active volunteer she Chaired the North East CIPD Branch for 10 years, is Chair of the North East Common Purpose Advisory Group, Trustee Board Member for Beamish Museum, holds NED roles and is an Enterprise Advisor for the North East of England LEP.

Kristina Henry. In the spirit of full disclosure, Kristina is not a qualified coach! However, with a body of practical and applied experience in a range of industries, a consistent theme has been Kristina’s commitment and associated efforts to advancing coaching in these organisations.  This has not been without challenge and a lot of learning along the way which she’s been able to take to her subsequent organisations to build an enhanced coaching services offer.

Much of her effort as a senior learning and OD practitioner in the coaching field has been directed at engaging stakeholders and sponsors and creating and managing multi-layered coaching frameworks. Inevitably this has included the identification, recruitment, development and ongoing management and support (CPD/Supervision) of in-house coaches as well as making use of external coaching services where appropriate. Building coaching capability remains a core priority and Kristina is working with others to promote this at all levels of the organisation.

Host:
Rob Baker is a specialist in bringing positive psychology to life within organisations. He is the founder and Chief Positive Deviant of Tailored Thinking, a pioneering and award-winning, evidence-based positive psychology, wellbeing and HR consultancy.
Rob supports organisations to encourage and embed coaching behaviours and coaching conversations in their ways of working and as well as providing one-to-one and team coaching designs and delivers coaching programmes. Rob was named #8 Most Influential Thinker by HR Magazine in 2023, is a TEDX speaker, author of Personalization at Work. 
14:30 - 15:25Discussion Group 3 By Cath Brown & Kristina Henry
Discussion Group 3
Facilitators: Cath Brown & Kristina Henry

Cath Brown founded Cath Brown Consultancy (CBC) in 2006 after a successful career within organisational development and human resources within the NHS.  CBC has grown in response to demand and now operates an associate model built on our values and strong relationships. We choose to work in this way as it allows us to flex and scale to rapidly meet demands and to catalyse change most effectively within systems and organisations. We feel privileged to work with such a diverse client base and work with whole organisations, teams and individuals as coaches, supervisors and facilitators. 

Cath is an engaging and relational coach and coach supervisor who believes in working alongside individuals and teams creatively to help them reach their full potential. She offers coaching and supervision space for people to think more effectively, to step out of issues or thoughts and feelings, to deeply explore goals and aspirations, and to enable individuals hold themselves to account for their aspirations.

Kristina Henry. In the spirit of full disclosure, Kristina is not a qualified coach! However, with a body of practical and applied experience in a range of industries, a consistent theme has been Kristina’s commitment and associated efforts to advancing coaching in these organisations.  This has not been without challenge and a lot of learning along the way which she’s been able to take to her subsequent organisations to build an enhanced coaching services offer.

Much of her effort as a senior learning and OD practitioner in the coaching field has been directed at engaging stakeholders and sponsors and creating and managing multi-layered coaching frameworks. Inevitably this has included the identification, recruitment, development and ongoing management and support (CPD/Supervision) of in-house coaches as well as making use of external coaching services where appropriate. Building coaching capability remains a core priority and Kristina is working with others to promote this at all levels of the organisation.

 

15:30 - 16:00Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

16:00 - 17:25Kirsten Dierolf  By Kirsten Dierolf

Kirsten Dierolf 

Title: xxx

Speaker: Kirsten Dierolf 
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
xxx

Rxxx

Host:
Kxxx
19:00 - 19:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

19:30 - 20:25Inga Bielińska, Michel Moral, Eva Hirsch Pontes & Lily Seto By Inga Bielińska, Michel Moral, Eva Hirsch Pontes & Lily Seto Host: Alex Jack

Inga Bielińska, Michel Moral, Eva Hirsch Pontes & Lily Seto

Inga Bielińska, Michel Moral, Eva Hirsch Pontes & Lily Seto
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
xxx

Inga Bielińska is a Master Certified Coach, team coach certified by both ICF (ACTC) and EMCC (ITCA), and a business trainer. In addition to that, she serves as an ICF mentor coach and ESIA EMCC coach supervisor. She specializes in supporting individuals and organizations globally, particularly those dealing with remote and culturally diverse teams or communication challenges. As a team coach, Inga helps teams overcome barriers, navigate processes, resolve conflicts, and develop a clear mission and vision. In addition to her coaching work, Inga regularly writes for US editions of Forbes and Newsweek. She has also published two books in Polish for leaders, one of which was shortlisted for a major Polish business magazine’s book award.

Michel Moral xxx

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.

Lily Seto xxx

Host: Alex Jack

Alex Jack is a coach, consultant, speaker, mentor, and facilitator. He uses a combination of applied positive psychology, other science-based applications, and effective communication fundamentals to help shift behavioural patterns by focussing on mindsets and beliefs, rather than processes and systems.

With a primary focus on interpersonal communication and transformational leadership growth, he helps people of a quieter nature navigate their work environments without having to be loud or feel inauthentic, as well as help raise awareness within organizations on more effective ways to include their quiet and neurodivergent stakeholders and employees.


Certifications include DE&I in the Workplace (University of South Florida), Conflict Dynamics Profile (Eckerd College), and Systemic Coaching for Work Resilience (Working with Resilience [KHB1] consortium).


10+ years of coaching covering organizations in FinTech, tech, banking and legal industries in six continents.


Alex believes it’s possible to be visible, influential, and impactful without feeling like you’re faking it.
21:30 - 22:30Haesun Moon By Haesun Moon. Host: Lorraine Webb

Haesun Moon

Speakers: Haesun Moon

Title: xxx

Format: Interactive Conversation

Abstract:

xxx

Haesun Moon Ph.D., is a communication scientist, an educator, and author of Coaching A to Z: The Extraordinary Use of Ordinary Words and several collaborative books, including Thriving Women, Thriving World, and Foundations of Brief Coaching, a short handbook for professional coaches. Haesun received her Ph.D. in Adult Education and Community Development from University of Toronto. She believes that conversations can change the world, and she defines this process as hosting dialogic conditions in which people participate to imagineer and perform their preferred change. Her academic and professional research in coaching dialogues and pedagogy from the University of Toronto led to development of a simple coaching model, Dialogic Orientation Quadrant (DOQ). Haesun currently teaches Brief Coaching at the University of Toronto and serves as Executive Director at the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching. You can visit her online at www.briefcoaching.ca and www.coachingatoz.com

Host: Lorraine Webb

Lorraine brings strategic insight and openness to her executive coaching practice. With more than 25 years of experience in the utility, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries, Lorraine has grown to be a trusted coach and advisor providing counsel to C-Suite executives and senior management.  As a hallmark to her career, she built a robust coaching culture that resulted in her organization being recognized as an employer of choice. Lorraine is passionately committed to helping people identify those behaviors that will lead to their success.
 
Prior to launching her executive coaching practice, Lorraine served as the Vice President for the largest municipally owned gas utility in the nation. She spearheaded the effort to develop a strong talent bench which included creating leadership development programs, including coaching, for both emerging and senior leaders. 
 
Lorraine’s focus is on guiding leaders to become more transparent and authentic so that they can get the best out of themselves and their respective their teams. She extends this guidance to her dynamic work on Boards and non-profits. 
 
Taking from her broad experience, Lorraine bridges her internal coaching background with her skills as an executive coach to help her clients reach their full potential. Similar to her service as an internal coach, today Lorraine guides leaders and organizations to become more open, diverse and inclusive. 
22:30 - 22:45Thursday closing remarks & reflections By xxx & Wendy-Ann Smith

Day 1 Closing Remarks & Reflections

xxx & Wendy-Ann Smith

xxx

Wendy-Ann Smith, is a coaching psychologist, researcher and educator. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder of the Coaching Ethics Forum and Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK and Ethics group discussion lead at the Institute of Coaching. Wendy-Ann was awarded as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris, France for 2023. Her recent research has looked at how coaches understand their development with a number of publications arising from this work. Her recent publications are Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace (2021) and The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (publication 2023), and Ethical Case Studies for coach development and practice: A Coach’s Companion (Forthcoming, late 2023) she has also authored chapters on various topics within coaching psychology and positive psychology. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. She designs and delivers lectures, trainings and workshops internationally in a variety of settings including universities. Her interest is supporting the development of coaches through coaching psychology, positive psychology, and increasing ethical awareness and practice.

  • Virtual Room 1
  • Virtual Room 2
08:00 - 08:30Welcome Day 2, 2024 By David Clutterbuck & Wendy-Ann Smith

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.

Wendy-Ann, is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice.

10:30 - 11:25Ethics of Care – Hetty Heinenger By Hetty Heinenger Host: Franda Graves

Ethics of Care

Hetty Heinenger
Format: xxx

Abstract:

Hetty Heinenger is an author, thought-leader and leadership coach working globally; she has also been designing and delivering leadership and cultural change programmes for thirty years. She teaches on the Diploma in Executive Coaching at the Irish Management Institute, and designed and delivers their flagship women in leadership programme, Taking the Lead…for what really matters. She is a co-founder of Purpose Power Presence and maintains a strong a focus on women in leadership, as well as supporting leaders working in environmental protection & regeneration. Her roots lie in transpersonal psychology, a holistic and values-based ontology that views the cognitive, emotional, physical, spiritual and contextual as an ecosystemic whole.  

Hetty has a degree in languages from Cambridge University, and a Masters in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute; she is an accredited psychosynthesis psychotherapist, and has a Masters from the Tavistock Centre in Consulting to Organisations, psychoanalytic and systemic approaches. Hetty is a member of the Association for Coaching Global Leadership Team, as AC Director of Publications Strategy and Executive Editor of Coaching Perspectives 

Host: Franda Graves

Franda is a Certified Executive Coach, Certified Recovery Coach and Certified Mentor Coach.  Prior to transitioning to a full-time coaching career, Franda spent 32 years serving as a Healthcare Professional – Cardiopulmonary Specialist.  She was raised in North Carolina, USA and relocated to the Middle East in 2007, first in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and she now resides in Dubai, UAE.  Franda has a true passion for ethics and has served on several Ethics boards during her career, both in healthcare and in coaching.  She considers herself an “ethics nerd”. Her goal is to provide educational opportunities focusing on DEIJ and ethics across cultures.

On a more personal note, Franda has two adult sons, five grandperfects and one great grandperfect.   She lives with her two furperfects, Zeus and Bella, both Chihauhaus. She enjoys reading, writing, and creating beautiful mandalas that she shares with her family and friends.

 

11:30 - 12:25Discussion Group 7 By Tia Moin
Discussion Group 7
Facilitator: Tia Moin 

Tia Moin CPsychol – is a Coaching Psychologist, BPS Division of Coaching Psychology Committee Member (EDI Lead) and PhD Researcher at the University of Reading. She builds on a 20+ year career in Organisational Psychology and is passionate about applying coaching and psychology to help people flourish and thrive in life. 

 

12:30 - 13:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

13:30 - 14:25Where do I draw the line? By Rosie Evans-Krimme

Rosie Evans-Krimme

Title: Where do I draw the line? Ethical considerations when coaching for mental health and wellbeing.

Speaker: Rosie Evans-Krimme
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
Coaching is becoming a popular tool for the promotion and protection of mental health and wellbeing, despite mental health challenges in clients being more frequent than untrained and ill-informed coaches may believe. This might pose a serious risk of mental illness such as suicide for some clients. As a result, coaching practitioners need to be aware of these challenges within clients and know how to appropriately respond. By applying these ethical principles of coaching practitioners for mental health into their practice, coaching practitioners can enhance client welfare, navigate the boundaries between coaching, psychotherapy, therapy and counselling, and explore where they fall on the continuum of coaching for mental health and wellbeing. This session will discuss the importance of a network around the practitioner, such as supervision. Rosie will introduce some tools that can help both individual and collective reflection around clients’ mental health and the appropriate course of action that includes a systemic-biopsychosocial perspective and evidence-based approach.

Rosie Evans-Krimme works as a coach and behavioural scientist, specialising in digital coaching. She first studied psychology and undertook her Masters in Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London. Following an observation to improve proactive and preventative approaches to mental health and well-being, she certified as a mindfulness and coach practitioner, gaining experience in applying these approaches in organisations. It became clear that one way to increase the accessibility and impact of evidence-based approaches such as coaching was by leveraging recent technological advancements. As a result, Rosie joined the leading digital coaching provider, CoachHub, where she now leads the global Innovation Lab and Behavioural Science team. Her team consults enterprise organisations on how to effectively design, implement and evaluate digital coaching programmes and contributes towards product innovation. Rosie regularly writes and speaks about coaching ethics, mental health and well-being, and the evolution and future of the coaching industry.

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.
14:30 - 15:25Discussion Group 8- ‘Bring a Case’ By Ioanna Iordanou
Discussion Group 8 – ‘Bring a Case’
Facilitators: Ioanna Iordanou 

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).

 

15:30 - 16:00Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

16:00 - 16:25Marcia Reynolds, MCC By Marcia Reynolds. Host Wendy-Ann Smith

Title

Marcia Reynolds
Format: xxx

Abstract:

Dr. Marcia Reynolds has coached leaders, delivered leadership and emotional intelligence programs, and spoken at conferences for clients in 43 countries. She is also on faculty of 4 coaching schools in the US, Asia and Europe.

Marcia is a pioneer in the coaching profession. She was the 5th global president of the International Coaching Federation and is recognized in the ICF Circle of Distinction for her contributions to coaching world-wide. In addition to teaching for coaching schools, she teaches leaders to use coaching skills in organizations and government agencies around the world and consults with many global organizations on how to build coaching cultures. 

Excerpts from her 5 bestselling books and articles she has authored have appeared in many places including Fast Company, Forbes.com, Psychology Today, and The Wall Street. 

Her education includes a doctorate in Organizational Psychology and two master’s degrees in Communication and Adult Learning/ Instructional Design.

Host: Wendy-Ann Smith
Wendy-Ann, is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice. 

17:00 - 17:55Naysan Firoozmand, Charline Russo, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman By Naysan Firoozmand, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman, Charline Russo

Naysan Firoozmand, Charline Russo, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman

Title: xxx

Speaker: Naysan Firoozmand, Charline Russo, Todd Hamilton, Jennifer Lundman

Facilitator: Wendy-Ann Smith
Format: Panel Discusion

Abstract:
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Naysan Firoozmand is inspired and intrigued by human behavior and the influencing factors around why people do things the way they do them within their specific context. Naysan is a Chartered Business Psychologist and has, since 2001, worked with clients around the world to design and deliver behavior change programs focused on leadership, management and organizational development. He utilizes his knowledge and experience of different sectors, including finance, engineering, pharmaceuticals, energy and technology, to highlight the similarities and differences between contexts that leaders find themselves in. ​

Naysan’s role for the past 8 years has been to head up global coaching teams who collectively support the implementation of individual and team coaching to clients all over the world. He works with leaders in a very practical way, using his background in coaching, facilitation, assessment and psychology to allow people he works with to try new techniques and gain in personal confidence to do things with greater skill. ​

Dr. Charline S. Russo is a member of the University of Pennsylvania Organizational Dynamics Coaching and Consulting faculty. She was awarded the 2018 University Award for Distinguished Teaching in Professional Graduate Programs. She is VP and Board member of the Graduate School Alliance for Education in Coaching (GSAEC) that focuses on strengthening and promoting graduate-level coach education and research globally.
She has held executive positions in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies building Global Learning Centers of Excellence for R&D.
Charline founded CampoMarzio Group, a consulting firm that fosters trusted, collaborative relationships with organizations and leaders to create, drive, and sustain major transformations through tailored consulting and coaching services.
Charline received her BA in History and Psychology and MBA from Rutgers University and her MA and EdD in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University. Her publications include coaching case studies and Cohort Programming and Learning for Adults: Improving Educational Experiences for Adult Learners, co-authored with I.M. Saltiel.

C Todd Hamilton serves as the COO for the International Coaching Federation (ICF), since joining the organization in 2011. In this role, Todd is involved with the Independent Review Board, Nominating Committee, and the Global Board of Directors. His responsibilities extend to overseeing day-to-day operations, ensuring the organization’s smooth functioning and alignment with strategic goals.

Prior to ICF, Todd held leadership roles in various organizations. He was the CEO of the International Inbound Travel Association and served as the Assistant Executive Director/COO of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Additionally, Todd held the role of Assistant Director of Industry, Government Affairs, and Governance at the National Tour Association.

Throughout his career, Todd has been a board director, in both for-profit and non-profit sectors, demonstrating dedication to achieving organizational excellence and mission fulfillment. He is committed to helping individuals and organizations realize their potential and achieve their objectives.

Jennifer Lundman is the Director of Program Approval & Continuing Education at the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC). As a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) with a 25-year background in behavioral and mental health, Jennifer blends experience as a Clinical Social Worker with work as an NBC-HWC and Lifestyle Medicine Professional to lead initiatives that advance health and wellness coaching through evidence-informed education standards and training. In addition to working with NBHWC, Jennifer has served as faculty at a university, launched a family-based wellness program at a healthcare organization, and currently provides coaching services to families making lifestyle changes. She is an active advocate for children with disabilities, a passionate runner, and holds the core belief that wellness and wellbeing are for all.

Facilitator:
Wendy-Ann Smith is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice.
19:00 - 19:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

20:30 - 21:25Discussion Group 10 By José Manuel Estrada & Karl Van Hoey
Discussion Group 10
Facilitators:
José Manuel Estrada & Karl Van Hoey

José Manuel Estrada is an ICF PCC, MBA, Dip. Sports & Mkt. Estrada Leadership Academy-Director ICF IRB Member since 2016- Past President @ICFArgentina Chapter- ICF Latam Forum Representative. In the years dedicated to consulting, training and professional coaching, with a focus on professional and personal development as an independent professional, I have contributed in various roles. Fundamentally I have accompanied as a Professional Coach to project leaders in different industries (Mining, Oil, Banking, Entertainment and Sports) in relation to their challenges with the management of interpersonal relationships (internal, external), teams and others, in the field of private, public, small, medium, local and multinational organizations. I have also been responsible as a trainer and Academic Director for training hundreds of professionals in the recognition and development of their soft skills.

Karl Van Hoey has obtained the Master Certified Coach credential in 2019, and the Advanced Certification in Team Coaching in 2022. Both granted by the International Coaching Federation. He also obtained the Master Practitioner accreditation in 2022, as granted by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. Both ICF and EMCC represent the highest standards in our profession, and their Master credentials reflect the highest mastery of our profession.

In 2014, he decided to become independent and in 2018 Karl joined www.otolith-consulting.com as their coaching practice leader. In 2020, he co-founded The Team Coaching Global Alliance (www.teamcoaching.global), providing top class training in the ICF Team Coaching Competencies, that he helped develop as a subject matter expert within ICF. He has been Guest Professor for many years at EMS Business School Brussels and 3 years Visiting Professor at BSN Algeria. Teaching on Leadership, HR, Change and Coaching.

Sponsored by International Coaching Federation

 

21:30 - 22:30Jim Knight By Jim Knight Host: Pete Berridge

Jim Knight

Speakers: Jim Knight

Title: Integrity and Ethics when Coaching in Educational Settings

Format: Interactive Conversation

Abstract:

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Jim Knight, Founder and Senior Partner of Instructional Coaching Group (ICG), is also a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has spent more than two decades studying professional learning and instructional coaching. Jim earned his PhD in Education from the University of Kansas and has won several university teaching, innovation, and service awards. 

The pioneering work Jim and his colleagues have conducted has led to many innovations that are now central to professional development in schools. Jim wrote the first major article about instructional coaching for the Journal of Staff Development, and his book Instructional Coaching (2007) offered the first extended description
 of instructional coaching. Jim’s book Focus on Teaching (2014) was the first extended description of how video should be used for professional learning. Recently, writing with Ann Hoffman, Michelle Harris, and Sharon Thomas, Jim introduced the idea of instructional playbooks with their book on that topic. 

Host: Pete Berridge MAPP, PCC, CEO & Co-founder of Change Positive, LLC

Peter Berridge is an accomplished coach, facilitator, and author who utilizes the sciences of Positive Psychology and executive coaching to help leaders, teams, and organizations be more engaged and effective. Pete became a certified coach through the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara and is faculty with the Center for Coaching Organizations. He holds a Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) degree from the University of Pennsylvania. It is with this training that the Shift Positive 360® was born. Pete was determined to bring the benefits of Positive Psychology into the feedback process, which led him to co-create Change Positive, LLC. Pete has 25+ years of coaching, facilitation, and Human Resources leadership experience. He’s excited to bring the Shift Positive® Method to the world as co-author of the #1 New Release Feedback Reimagined,endorsed by Shawn Achor and Marshall Goldsmith.


22:30 - 22:45Friday closing remarks & reflections By Carrie Hopkins-Doubt & Wendy-Ann Smith

Day 2 Closing Remarks

Wendy-Ann Smith & Carrie Hopkins-Doubts

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Carrie Hopkins-Doubts, PCC, is a Spiritual Resilience Coach working with men and women experiencing major life transitions, whether it be in relationships, career, health, or spirituality. 

As the founder of Life’s Next Chapter Coaching, Carrie’s passion is helping men and women discover new dreams for themselves as they consciously and powerfully rebuild their lives after loss by guiding them to reconnect with their heart, reclaim their power, and realign with their purpose to create their life’s next chapter. 

Carrie provides mentoring for practicing coaches and students who are seeking ICF credentialing. She joined the Ethics Independent Review Board for the ICF in 2019 and was appointed to the position of Chair in 2023. Carrie holds a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology With an Emphasis in Consciousness, Health, and Healing as well as certifications in Grief Counseling, Mentor Coaching, Transformational Presence Coaching, and Relationship and Divorce Coaching. 

Wendy-Ann Smith, is a coaching psychologist, researcher and educator. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder of the Coaching Ethics Forum and Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK and Ethics group discussion lead at the Institute of Coaching. Wendy-Ann was awarded as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris, France for 2023. Her recent research has looked at how coaches understand their development with a number of publications arising from this work. Her recent publications are Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace (2021) and The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (publication 2023), and Ethical Case Studies for coach development and practice: A Coach’s Companion (Forthcoming, late 2023) she has also authored chapters on various topics within coaching psychology and positive psychology. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. She designs and delivers lectures, trainings and workshops internationally in a variety of settings including universities. Her interest is supporting the development of coaches through coaching psychology, positive psychology, and increasing ethical awareness and practice.

14:30 - 15:25Discussion Group 8- In Portugese By Ioanna Iordanou
Discussion Group 8 – in Portugese
Facilitators: Gilda Goldemberg & Camila Bonavito

Gilda Goldemberg xxx

Camila Bonavito xxx

 

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08:00 - 08:30Welcome Day 3, 2024 By Rachel Hawley & Wendy-Ann Smith

Dr Rachel Hawley is a researcher, storyteller and relational coach who is passionate about cultivating collaborative relationships in healthcare. She was awarded Doctor in Professional Studies for a piece of research undertaken at Sheffield Hallam University (England) on ‘Relational Leadership in the NHS: how healthcare leaders identify with public engagement’ (2021).

With a professional background in nursing, she was humbled to be a Nursing Times 2022 Awards for Nurse of the Year finalist. She is co-author of the award winning guide to exploring values and ethics, ‘Values and Ethics in Coaching’, awarded ‘Coaching Book of the Year’ 2017. Her curiosity and commitment for coaching ethics has led her to write extensively including several book chapters and articles exploring aspects of coaching ethics through multiple lenses. 

Wendy-Ann, is a coaching psychologist, speaker, researcher and educator and was named as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder, director & chair of the Coaching Ethics Forum, President of the Association for Ethics in Coaching « AETHIC », founding and executive editor of the Journal of Coaching Ethics, Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. Her specific interest is supporting the development of coaches and leaders grounded in the research of coaching psychology, positive psychology, and facilitating the growth of ethical antennas and practice.

11:30 - 12:25Abhijit Bhattacharya By Abhijit Bhattacharya Host: Svea van der Horne

Title

Abhijit Bhattacharya
Format: xxx

Abstract:

Abhijit has over 15 years of experience in the area of talent development and personal growth, especially leadership development and coaching with diverse global population across varied industries such as, information technology, digital entertainment, business services, banking, and financial services. His interest and role have been to develop leaders, mainly people managers, so that they can improve their skills and abilities to manage their teams better.

Abhijit has received his coach training from the Teachers College, Columbia University in New York and NeuroLeadership Institute. He is accredited by the ICF as a PCC and has coached 1100+ clients globally. He is also certified to administer various psychometric assessments, such as, Hogan, DiSC, StrengthsFinder to help people raise their self-awareness.

He is the Co-Lead of the Coaching Science Community of Practice and one of the first few members of the Hyderabad Chapter of the ICF.

Host:
Svea van der Horne has been involved in ethics education in a variety of contexts, including coaching, executive leadership development, mental health, psychology, and volunteer community projects. She is a member of the ICF Global Independent Review Board (IRB) that undertakes the Ethical Conduct Review (ECR) process. She brings her expertise in activity-based learning and connecting the abstract map with the grounded territory of everyday practice to her work as an ethics educator, mentor and supervisor. Svea enjoys the opportunities to respond with creativity and ingenuity to the complexity of ethical conundrums and dilemmas. She draws on her background in living systems thinking and complexity theory when navigating ethical decision-making and action-taking. She is a published author, and contributed a chapter on ethics in a soon to be published book “Solution Focused Coaching Supervision” which offers a social constructionist perspective. She volunteers as a subject matter expert to ICF ethics events and research.  

12:30 - 13:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

15:30 - 16:00Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

17:00 - 17:25Peter Hawkins By Peter Hawkins

Peter Hawkins 

Title: There can be no true ethics without Aesthetics. The role of Beauty in moving from transactional ethics to transformational ethics.

Speaker: Peter Hawkins 
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
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Professor Peter Hawkins is Chairman of Renewal Associates, Emeritus Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, co-dean and founder of the Global Team Coaching Institute, Honorary President of the Academy of Executive Coaching and Senior Fellow and Advisor to the Singapore Government.

Peter is a leading consultant, coach, writer and researcher in organizational strategy, leadership, culture change, team and board development and coaching.  He has worked with numerous leading organizations globally coaching executive teams and boards andfacilitating 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 internationalcompanies, government departments, UK health services organizations, the professional services sector and charities.

He is the author of many best-selling books and papers on leadership, board and team coaching, systemic coaching, supervision, and organizational transformation. 

Host:
xxx
19:00 - 19:30Break
Nourish Break – Get physical, eat a meal or a snack, play some music….
Top view image of keyboard and blue paper with text TIME TO TAKE A BREAK

 

19:30 - 20:25Paul Stokes By Paul Stokes Host: Sandy Lewis

Paul Stokes

Paul Stokes
Format: Presentation and Discussion

Abstract:
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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.

Host: Sandy Lewis

Sandy is a trailblazer in the field of positive psychology and coaching, making a significant impact in the world of personal development and organizational excellence. She holds the distinction of being among the first 80 individuals worldwide to earn a Master of Applied Positive Psychology degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Leveraging the science of Positive Psychology and drawing from over two decades of experience in human resources and executive leadership, Sandy’s coaching programs consistently foster increased engagement, effectiveness, and productivity. Sandy is PCC certified through the ICF and is a certified Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner through the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry. 
 
Sandy has contributed to several books and taught undergraduate Psychology at several universities and Human Resources at Duke University near her home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina where she lives with her dog and husband.
22:30 - 22:45Saturday December 7 Closing Remarks By ??? & Wendy-Ann Smith

Day 3 Closing Remarks

??? & Wendy-Ann Smith

Wendy-Ann Smith, is a coaching psychologist, researcher and educator. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder of the Coaching Ethics Forum and Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK and Ethics group discussion lead at the Institute of Coaching. Wendy-Ann was awarded as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris, France for 2023. Her recent research has looked at how coaches understand their development with a number of publications arising from this work. Her recent publications are Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace (2021) and The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (publication 2023), and Ethical Case Studies for coach development and practice: A Coach’s Companion (Forthcoming, late 2023) she has also authored chapters on various topics within coaching psychology and positive psychology. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. She designs and delivers lectures, trainings and workshops internationally in a variety of settings including universities. Her interest is supporting the development of coaches through coaching psychology, positive psychology, and increasing ethical awareness and practice.

22:30 - 22:45Saturday closing remarks – reflections By David Clutterbuck & Wendy-Ann Smith

Day 2 Closing Remarks

David Clutterbuck & Wendy-Ann Smith

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.

Wendy-Ann Smith, is a coaching psychologist, researcher and educator. She is the Director at her coaching boutique Eclorev, co-founder of the Coaching Ethics Forum and Visiting Fellow, Centre for Positive Psychology, Buckinghamshire New University, UK and Ethics group discussion lead at the Institute of Coaching. Wendy-Ann was awarded as one of the top 15 coaches in Paris, France for 2023. Her recent research has looked at how coaches understand their development with a number of publications arising from this work. Her recent publications are Positive Psychology Coaching in the Workplace (2021) and The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook: A Guide to Developing Ethical Maturity in Practice (publication 2023), and Ethical Case Studies for coach development and practice: A Coach’s Companion (Forthcoming, late 2023) she has also authored chapters on various topics within coaching psychology and positive psychology. Wendy-Ann regularly coaches a small number of one-to-one clients. She designs and delivers lectures, trainings and workshops internationally in a variety of settings including universities. Her interest is supporting the development of coaches through coaching psychology, positive psychology, and increasing ethical awareness and practice.

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