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Friday Closing Remarks

Closing remarks and book winner announcements Carrie Arnold & Wendy-Ann Smith Coach Education Gold Sponsor:  Fielding Graduate University Carrie Arnold, author of Silenced and Sidelined: How women leaders find their voices and break barriers, is the Principal for The Willow Group. Since 2011, she has owned and operated her own consulting business. Previously, she has 20 …

Cyber Citizenship: Navigating the Digital Landscape in Coaching

Cyber Citizenship: Navigating the Digital Landscape in Coaching Speakers: Jacinta Jimenez & Jeffrey HancockTitle: Cyber Citizenship: Navigating the Digital Landscape in Coaching Abstract: The coaching industry is evolving towards unprecedented access, scale, and globalization. The rise of digital coaching can be a massive enabler, but also requires adaptation of traditional coaching models. One critical adaptation …

Discussion Group 4

Discussion Group Workshop 4: Facilitator: David Drake Title: The implications of AI for coach development Abstract: The rapid rise of Generative AI opens the door to much needed conversations about the future of coaching and coach development. This session will introduce you to The Five Maturities Framework as a first step: moving beyond competency models …

The future of AI in coaching

David Drake & Sam Isaacson Speakers: David Drake & Sam IsaacsonTitle: The future of AI in coaching Abstract: In this insightful webinar we will explore the current state of AI and its profound impact on coaching. We will delve into AI’s current capabilities, its trajectory, and its applications within the coaching landscape. Drawing on research and practice we …

Systemic ethical responsibility to the wider stakeholders

Peter Hawkins & Catherine Carr Speakers: Peter Hawkins & Catherine CarrTitle: Systemic Ethical Responsibility to the Wider Stakeholders Abstract: We delve into Systemic Team Coaching (STC) and its transformative power in navigating complex ethical dilemmas that arise in today’s world. This illuminating webinar challenges the very essence of coaching agendas and redefines ethical engagement. Drawing from …

Discussion Group 3

Discussion Group 3 Facilitators: Ashley Yousufzai & Lise Lewis Dr. Ashley Yousufzai is the Director of Coach Ethics, Development and Partnerships at BetterUp, where she works to advance the science and practice of evidence-based coaching and behavior transformation in the workplace. Ashley is trained as an industrial-organizational psychologist, with deep expertise in coaching, organizational culture …

Leveraging APPEAR Framework for Ethical Decision Making

Leveraging APPEAR Framework for Ethical Decision Making Terry Maltbia & Jonathan PassmoreLeveraging APPEAR Framework for Ethical Decision Making Abstract: This session explores the application of the APPEAR framework in the context of coaching in situations where the dynamics of race are present. Specifically, integrating ideas from 2 chapters in The Ethical Coaches Handbook (Chapters 5 and 20), the 6-steps that comprise the framework will be presented, followed by 2 race-based …

Into the breach!

Into the breach! Speaker: Carrie Hopkins-DoubtTitle: Into the breach! Format: Interactive Keynote Abstract: Take a deep dive into the International Coaching Federation (ICF)’s Ethical Conduct Review process by reviewing a real ethical complaint. Participants in this hands-on workshop will have the opportunity to play investigator and final reviewer for an actual case heard by the ICF’s …

Discussion Group 2

Discussion Group 2 Facilitators: Eva Hirsch Pontes, Silvina Spiegel & Dumi Magadlela 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 …

Arts and Creativity in Coaching

Using Arts and Creativity in Coaching: Ethical Considerations Andrea Giraldez-Hayes & Max EamesPanel Discussion Abstract:This discussion panel delves into the compelling theme of “Using Arts and Creativity in Coaching: Ethical Considerations.” The panellists will explore the benefits and potential risks of using arts and creativity in coaching, the coach’s expertise, client confidentiality, informed consent, and …