Career Coaching Community of Practice - The Ethics of Confidentiality when Working with Sponsors
Coaching clients with a third-party sponsor can be perplexing when it comes to ethics, especially confidentiality. The Career Coaching Community of Practice hosts a panel of international experts from the ICF Ethics community to discuss the challenges that internal and external career coaches face when working with sponsored clients. This presentation will help you know how to approach sponsored coaching ethically and responsibly.
ICF Global - July 2018
1 Resource Development
from January 01, 2018
Director of GPSforProfessionals.PLT. Clients are from industry sectors including Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Telcos, National Utilities, Education, etc. Associate Coach at Melbourne Business School. First Elected President – ICF Malaysia Chapter. Member of ICF Global Research on Coaching Competencies. ICF Global Ethics Board Member.
The Executive Happiness Coach®. He is a global executive coach, author, speaker, and facilitator. His passion is to create a Happier world and workplace, one Leader at a time. He has coached leaders from 29 countries and six continents to build greater leadership effectiveness and presence. He is a co-founder and past president of ICF Cleveland, and serves as a Mentor coach for two coaching schools (in the US and Singapore).
Michael J. Marx, MBA, EdD, PCC, CPCC is a Professional Certified Coach specializing in business coaching and corporate consultation. His passion is adult learning and he serves on the MBA faculty of Concordia University Wisconsin where he teaches International Business and International Finance. He also teaches the Ethics course as well as the Coaching Skills Mastery course for the Professional Christian Coaching Institute.
A strong advocate for professionalism in coaching, Michael currently serves as the leader of the ICF ‘Global Community of Practice on Ethics.’ He also serves on the ICF Independent Review Board. Additionally, he is the president of Christian Coaches Network International. He is the author of the recently published book Ethics and Risk Management for Christian Coaches. Learn more about Michael at www.BlazingNewTrailsCoaching.com.
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Shawna Corden is an Executive Coach and owner of Shawna Corden Coaching and Webinars as well as a Faculty Member with Coach U. Her practice is focused on helping companies build a coaching culture. She coaches executives, trains leaders on coaching skills, consults on coaching implementation and mentors internal coaches. She regularly speaks globally to groups on these and other performance enhancing topics. Shawna is the author of Coach Culture- A Playbook for Winning in Business. She is also an OSU Alum and holds certifications in Professional Project Management from PMI, and the PCC and PMC from the ICF. Shawna resides in Corvallis, Oregon with her husband and has two college-aged girls. Her “Why she does what she does” is rooted in having every employee be an all-star; developing and exercising their gifts. An avid sports fan, she enjoys travel, running races, reading and rooting on the Beavers.
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Founder and director for Success Unlimited Network®. She is the author of Coaching With Spirit (Pfeiffer, 2007) and Facilitating Life Purpose. Teri-E initiated and chaired the first ICF Accreditation, Credentialing and Continuing Education Committee. In January 2018 she was honored to be in the first ever group of recipients of the ICF Circle of Distinction award.
Executive Coach, Mentor & Advisor. With over thirty years of multi-national experience and a global perspective, Tom worked with leaders in both well-known MNCs and major local organizations/conglomerates from US, Middle East and Asia. Tom was raised in Shanghai, educated in Hong Kong, England and United States. ICF Global Ethics Board Member.