Ethics Community of Practice - ICF Ethics Interpretive Statements & the IRB
The Ethics Community of Practice welcomes our new CP Ambassador, Cathy Liska, MCC, and our esteemed panel of Code of Ethics Review Committee Members and Members of the Independent Review Board (IRB). Monique Betty, PCC, Sandi Stewart, MCC, and Scott Howard, MCC, will share their experiences with the Ethics Review and Interpretive Statements. They will also explain what the IRB does and the impact the changes to the ICF Code of Ethics will have on the coaching community. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask the panel questions regarding the ICF’s IRB or the new ICF Code of Ethics.
ICF Global - January 2020
1 Core Competency
from January 01, 2020
Monique A. Betty, MBA, PCC is an external coach specializing in coaching executives and professionals who desire to strengthen and develop their leadership effectiveness. Prior to her 12 years in the coaching profession, she spent 20 years in corporate America in a variety of leadership positions within top U.S companies; Eli Lilly and Company, The Coca-Cola Company, Abbott Laboratories and Eastman Kodak Company.
Monique is a certified trainer with the Center for Coaching Certification and is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach supporting individuals and teams in maximizing their talents for increased productivity and performance. Monique was a member of the ICF Code of Ethics Review Team for the revised Code of Ethics and the Ethical Interpretive Statements (EIS). She resides in South Florida with her husband and two teenage sons.
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Sandi Stewart is an executive coach and team facilitator with over 25 years of organizational consulting and coaching experience. She has assisted executives, managers, entrepreneurs and career changers in catalyzing their work, their teams and their career development and planning and implementing change in their organizations. The coaching and consulting practice combine a portfolio of techniques, including systematic and analytical inquiry, 360 and work-style assessments, as well as open-ended creative thinking and team facilitation. Sandi assists clients and organizations in identifying their strengths and challenges, optimizing their management teams and driving their business goals.
● Board Member, International Coach Federation Independent Review Board.
● Former Adjunct Professor, R. H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
● Instructor for Heidrick & Struggles/Philosophy IB, Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance
● Certified in Leadership Circle Profile, TTI DISC, TTI PIAV, and NEO
Her more than 20 years of consulting and coaching has given her a breadth of understanding of the diverse challenges executives face. Sandi has a B.A. in Psychology and French from Colgate University and a M.B.A from Columbia University. She trained as a coach with Coach University and Corporate Coach University. She is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) with the International Coach Federation and a Certified Behavioral and Motivational Analyst through Target Training International. Sandi has been featured in national and local print publications and radio. She is quoted in “Simply Brilliant: Life Lessons from America’s Top Personal and Business Coaches” and “The Women’s Home-Based Business Book of Answers”.
Scott Howard is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF), and a certified executive and life coach. He’s coached and facilitated groups on a variety of topics including leadership enhancement, communications, engagement, and diversity inclusion. He’s worked with CEO’s, senior leaders, attorneys, prominent architects, world-class academics, executives and high potentials. Past clients include the U.S. Air Force, Cisco, U.S. Department of Energy, Discover Card Services, and Barclay Card of England. His coaching style is client centered and strengths based. He’s especially skilled at helping develop communications and leadership presence.
Passionate about coaching, Scott is also on the faculty at Georgetown University in Washington, DC where he teaches ethics and assesses student coaches. He is the Vice-Chair of Operations on the ICF Independent Review Board where he adjudicates ethics violations in the coaching profession. And recently he served on the ICF Code of Ethics review team steering committee.
As a former Commander in the U.S. Coast Guard with 25+ years of experience leading teams, he’s served on seven ships and five legal units in leadership positions. Additionally, he’s helped organize and execute many nationally significant operations including homeland security initiatives following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and support and recovery operations for the TWA Flight 800 and Egypt Air Flight 990 air disasters. His final military assignment was the Chief of Recruiting where he led a force of over 300 recruiters in meeting the Coast Guard’s human resource needs.