How to Stay
Out of Ethical
Do you really know your Coaching Ethics I.Q.?
Could you be treading into some ethical gray areas as a coach and not even know it?
Are you curious about what it really means to be highly ethical as a Professional Coach?
Do you know how your own daily rational thinking could put you in ethical hot water?
Want to know what clients file complaints about most?
Are you familiar with the ICF’s Ethical Review (complaint) Process and the CCE Ethical Review Process? More importantly, do you know how to keep yourself out of this extremely stressful situation?
Are you sure your coaching agreement is protecting you?
Want some inside tips on how to fine tune your agreement for higher ethical coverage?
Things are rapidly changing in our growing industry. As the coaching profession’s visibility and exposure increases so does the need to operate ethically and protect ourselves from ethical complaints. There are only a few individuals who have a decade of real experience inside the ICF’s Ethics Independent Review Board and she is willing to share it with you!
Please join us for an engaging coaching ethics discussion about how to ethically protect yourself, your business, your clients and operate at a higher ethical standard.
At the end of this 1 hour free discussion we will preview a brand new ethicsworkshop being delivered in partnership with Institute for Life Coach Training& The Wellness Inventory Program.Both of these top notch coach training organization think this information is extremely important and want to get it into the hands of as many coaches as possible. See program details here.
Join Ethics Expert and Instructor Tina Elliot, MBA, PCC, BCC, a longtime member of both the ICF Global Ethics and Standards Committee and The ICF Independent Review Board. She will be hosting a lively discussion on this very important aspect of coaching that no one is talking about until now.