(Sue McMahon, Chair of ICF Ethics Indeptendent Review Board)
Many who work in the Talent Development field remain unaware of the importance of ethics when it comes to coaching or using coaching skills to support those they serve. Even if they are part of an association that has a code of ethics, the agreement to abide by these standards is often simply acknowledged by ticking a box. The deeper value of ethics often reveals itself only when a relationship with a client is impacted by unethical behavior. Whether you align with a code of ethics or not, there remains consequences to both the coach and the client when unethical behavior seeps in. Ethical conduct is not just a set of rules, but more importantly an understanding, and a conscious awareness for showing up in all relationships the same way you would with the most important people in your life.
Join us as we learn about the types of group coaching, phases of group coaching, and how group coaching can be a more efficient AND effective solution for developing leaders and sustaining performance (while saving 87% or more of an organization’s training dollars). You’ll benefit from the lessons learned shared by someone who has led group coaching for 15 years in a variety of environments.
Bring your own "sticky situations" and coaching ethics questions to this session! After participating in this session, you will be able to:
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Sue has been a professional coach for more than sixteen years working with individuals and organizations. She is recognized by clients and colleagues as caring, energetic, intelligent and intensely passionate. Her fierce desire to help others live a life shaped by personal choice comes from her recognition of humanity’s deep hunger for living a more truthful life.
Since 2003, Sue has been actively involved with International Coach Federation (ICF) Ethics, devoting a tremendous amount of time and energy to the promotion of professional integrity and ethical coaching practices. She has served in many different leadership roles including her current role as the Chair of the ICF Ethics Independent Review Board (IRB). It has been a privilege for her to be a part of the evolution and ongoing maturity of ICF ethics. Sue remains highly motivated to support the integrity and professionalism of coaching though continued education and promotion of ethical awareness.
Sue is a Professional Board Certified Coach and founder of Living From the Heart LLC based in Northwestern Ohio. Website: www.livingfromtheheart.info
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