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Ethics: The professionalization and democratisation of coaching

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 …

Developing Ethical Maturity through Supervision

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 …

Why are ethics so boring

Why are ethics so boring? Robert Biswas-Diener & Carol KauffmanFireside 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 …

Coaching Ethics in the Latin American Context 

Coaching Ethics in the Latin American Context  Eva Hirsch Pontes, João Luiz Pasqual and Silvina SpiegelPanel 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, …

Three approaches to coaching ethics

Three approaches to coaching ethics Tatiana Krawczynska-ZauchaPresentation 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 …

Networking 7: Discussion

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 …

Networking 6: Discussion

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, …

Networking 5: Discussion

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 …

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

Ethics and culture in coaching moving beyond a universal western ethical code David Lane, Dumisani Magadlela & Ivan YongPanel 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 …