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

Beyond the individual, behind the scene: A macro sociological lens on ethics in coaching Pauline Fatien, Paul Stokes, Hany Shoukry & Rashmi DixitPanel 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 …

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

Feedback ethics: A research-informed discussion of feedback in coaching Angela Passarelli, Jeff Hull, Margaret Moore, Pamela LardePanel DiscussionAbstract: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 …

Expanding the boundaries of ethical thinking

Expanding the boundaries of ethical thinking Ho LawPresentation and discussionAbstract: 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. …

Ethics in Education and the Development of Coaches

Ethics in Education and the Development of Coaches Andrea Giraldez-Hayes, Bob Garvey & Max EamesPanel 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 …

Navigating ethics in coaching across professional contexts: a systemic lens

Navigating ethics in coaching across professional contexts: a systemic lens Rachel Hawley & Ioanna IordanouPresentation 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 …

Networking 3: Discussion

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 …

Networking 4: Discussion

Networking 4: Discussion Supporter: Institute of Coaching Supporters & Facilitators: Supporter & Facilitator: Institute of Coaching, McLean, Affiliate of Harvard Medical School – Jeff HullFacilitator: 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 …

Networking 2: Discussion

Networking 2: Discussion GOLD SPONSOR 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  …