Ethics Community of Practice

This Community of Practice focuses on how ethics impact the coaching profession, explores ethical dilemmas, and discussions around best ethical practices.

Co-Leaders

Alan Myers, PCC

 Michael Marx, PCC (USA)

Alan Myers, PCC

 Calvin Habig, PCC (USA)

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Oct. 24

11 AM

Reviewing and Revising the ICF Code of Ethics

ICF Code of Ethics Review Team

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Ethics CP OnDemand Sessions

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Ethics Community of Practice - Referring Clients to Therapy

Elizabeth Sudler, ACC joins the Ethics Community of Practice as she presents findings from the ICF task force on when to refer clients to therapy.
ICF Referring Clients Therapy Coaching Ethics Ethics Community of Practice
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Ethics Community of Practice - Good Manners, Etiquette, and Ethics

Coaches Jim Milner and Michael J. Marx lead the Ethics Community of Practice in a lively discussion about the best ways exhibit good manners and correct social behavior as well as how to properly handle emails, phone calls and professional conversations.
Coaching and Ethics ICF Ethics Etiquette and Ethics Ethics Community of Practice
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Ethics Community of Practice - Cross-Cultural Ethical Issues

Marilyn O’Hearne, MCC and the Ethics Community of Practice discuss coaching across cultural boundaries and the numerous challenges for the ethical coach that are presented.
Ethics ICF Ethics Cross-cultural Ethics Ethics Community of Practice
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Ethics Community of Practice - Ethics in (and for) Coach Training Schools

Tina Elliot, PCC and Teri-E Belf, MCC share ways to increase trust and professionalism among school constituents, point out how ethics can be added to the training curriculum, give examples of good ethical behavior among school staff and outline the role of the trainer as an ethics standard bearer.
ICF Ethics Ethics Community of Practice
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Ethics Community of Practice - Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World

Review the ethics core competency and discuss morality beyond religion as it relates to correct ethical behavior.
Religion
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Ethics Community of Practice - Ethics in Group and Team Coaching

Dive into a lively discussion about group accountability, handling interpersonal conflict, and developing a fair agenda for the coaching session and taking action. Also, explore different ways to increase trust, intimacy, and relationship building among group members.
team coaching
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Ethics Community of Practice - Clients Contemplating Suicide: How to Detect and Refer

Breaching confidentiality is sometimes necessary when a client threatens harm either to themselves or someone else. Explore a conversation around actions a coach can take when the red flags go up and learn how to become sensitive to some of the signs of someone who may be considering self-harm.
Suicide
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Ethics Community of Practice - The Relationship Between Spirituality and Ethics

Dive into a discussion on the ethical ramifications of values, religiosity, and spirituality as to how these affect the coaching relationship. Also, learn about the use of precepts/values, examine challenges faced for maintaining one's values, and learn how to distinguish between ethics and values.
Spirituality
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Ethics Community of Practice - The Ethics of Psychology in Coaching

Coaches should be aware of distinctions which affect our coaching conversations. In this session explore how to use power in the relationship with the client, examine why coaches are so often afraid of psychology in coaching, and learn how to distinguish between psychology and culture in coaching
Psychology in Coaching
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Ethics Community of Practice - Refunds: To Give or Not to Give, That is The Question

Listen to a discussion on the matter of refunds in your coaching practices. Also, learn how refunds fit into the world of ethics, and explore acceptable and clear wording in coaching agreements on refunds as well as some sticky client situations to create further clarity.
Refunds
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Ethics Community of Practice - Making a Right Referral

In this session examine how to best identify when a client needs to be referred to another professional, typical scenarios where a client exhibits needs other than coaching, resources for referrals, and learn how to distinguish between the lines of coaching and therapy.
referral
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Ethics Community of Practice - Key concepts from the book “Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions: Making Difficult Life and Work Decisions”

As we explore key concepts from the book "Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions..." learn what ethical maturity is and how personal factors might influence ethical decision making. Also, discover how to make those ethical decisions and the six components that make up those behaviors.
Helping Professions Ethical Maturity
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Ethics Community of Practice - Inspiration and Ethical Goals: A South American Perspective

Unpack the Core Competencies from the perspective of enriching oneself with "glory" as José Manuel Estrada shares ethics from a Latin American perspective so that global coaches can gain an appreciation of correct ethical behavior from a different worldview.
South America
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Ethics Community of Practice - How to Ethically Use Tools in Coaching

Join the Ethics Community of Practice for a roundtable format discussion about if and how to use tools, assessments, and testing in coaching with ethical integrity.
Tools assessment tool
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Ethics Community of Practice - Ethical Disengagement: Why We Don’t Follow Through When We Know the Ethical Thing to Do

In this session two case studies are presented that review the theories of Cognitive Moral Development, Moral Disengagement, Honest Truth of Dishonesty, Obedience to Authority and De-Individuation. We will also examine how their applications affect our ability to ethically behave.
Ethical Disengagement
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Ethics Community of Practice - Ethical Conduct Review Process

Before an investigation into a potential violation actually happens, the case is reviewed to determine that the issue falls under the Ethical Code Review (ECR) Process. Review the ICF ECR Process and learn about how it serves the ICF community.
ECR Ethical Conduct Review
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Ethics Community of Practice - Contracting With Clients: Ethical Considerations

View a discussion on the ethical considerations of contracting with clients. Learn about essential elements of sound business principles in one's contract, examine challenges faced when allowing for special circumstances, as well as explore how to avoid pitfalls created by poor wording.
Contracts