Reflections on Coaching Ethics
presented by Dr. Paul Carozzoni
As the professionalization of coaching evolves, the competencies of coach Mastery will likely include a sophisticated capacity to consciously and actively incorporate ethics into practice. This capacity is not only important to your professional behavior but also to the clients you serve, as they work to consciously confront moral and ethical issues in their life and work. The goal of this program is to stimulate your thinking and reflection on the place of ethics in your practice.
ICF-CF Member, Dr. Paul Carozzoni, former Director of Career and Executive Coaching for the Executive MBA Program at Smeal College of Business at Penn State University, will invite us to explore how the evolution of our profession is related to issues of Ethics and how ones’ Moral development and Professional development influence how one thinks about Ethics in Coaching. Finally, we will look at how a coach’s perspective on these issues is directly related to the work they do, and don’t do, with their clients.
Download the ICF Revised Code of Ethics Document
a. A look at current topics facing the evolution of our Profession
b. Insight into the intent of Ethical Codes in any profession
c. Examples of common coaching situations where ethics impacts practice
d. A perspective for your reflection on how your comfort and facility with Ethical issues are significant for your clients and your practice
About the Speaker
Prior to relocating to Saint Petersburg, Dr. Paul Carozzoni was a faculty member in the Business College at Penn State University, and the Director of Career and Executive Coaching for the Executive MBA Program. Paul was instrumental in developing and launching the leadership development program at the Smeal College of Business, as well as supervising the supporting team of executive coaches. In this role, Paul developed and delivered programs focused on all aspects of career and leadership development, as well as providing customized one-on-one coaching to facilitate the individual professional development of each client. Paul also provided Executive MBA candidates – accomplished, working business professionals who come from a variety of backgrounds and organizations – with one-on-one career and leadership coaching.
Paul has developed and delivered programs focused on all aspects of career and professional development. His specialty is customizing one-on-one coaching to facilitate the unique professional and leadership development needs of each individual. He has provided executive coaching to top business professionals from a variety of backgrounds and organizations. Paul’s clients have included individuals employed by Fortune 500 companies such as McDonalds, Sprint, The Hershey Company, Sonoco, Wilmington Trust, Citigroup, Principle Financial Group, Cisco Systems, Bank of America, and The Hartford.
Paul holds a BA and MA in psychology from Mansfield University and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Penn State University.