Who do you think I am?

Speaker: Francine Campone

Title: Who do you think I am?

Format: Interactive Conversation

In this interactive webinar, participants will explore coach marketing as a relational issue and the ethical aspects of coach presentation and client perceptions.  In particular we will consider the digital marketplace and the multiple selves represented in on-line marketing.  Ethical implications of coach biases and blind spots are presented as challenges in the way coaches choose to verbally and visually represent themselves and the value of their services.

France Campone has coached leaders in corporate, education and nonprofit sectors, drawing on an academic background in adult learning and development for over thirty years. As a coach supervisor, mentor and educator her focus for the past eighteen years has been on cultivating the skills of the next generation of coaches. Innately curious and academically minded, Francine has been an independent researcher in the coaching field for over a decade. She is currently coordinating a collaborative study on ethical dilemmas in coaching and coach supervision.

Past publications include a case study on the coaching/psychotherapy boundary; the impact of life events on coaches and their coaching; the impact of graduate education on coaches and their coaching; and book chapters on adult learning theories in coaching, reflective learning for coaches, ethics in coach promotion, and coaching in the adult workplace. Francine is presently Editor (Americas) for the International Coaching Psychology Review. She was lead editor for Coaching Supervision: Voices from the Americas and co-edited Innovations in Leadership Coaching Research and Practice. 

Host: Ruth Pierce

CEO of Pearce Insights TM and an award-winning ICF-accredited PCC coach, author & speaker, Ruth is known as the “Executive Coach for Non-Executives” and “Unicorn Coach to Hidden Unicorns”. She is an international speaker specializing in helping people to increase their influence and self-mastery and recognize the value they bring.
Starting as an Economist at a London broker Ruth discovered a knack for getting things done. After project managing for 25 years in Financial Services, State Government, and nonprofits, Ruth burned out spectacularly in 2016. It was time for a new direction and, fascinated by human behavior and development, she started exploring the world of coaching & mentoring.
Her 2nd book (ranked #1 in Business Leadership Training on Amazon) is written for people who want to understand how coaching can help them, Be Hopeful; Be Strong; Be Brave; Be Curious published by Wiley books in 2024.

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