Staying Out of Ethical Hot Water! (Part 2 of 2)
May 28, 2021
1p-2:30p SPECIAL TIME
This is Part Two of a two-part ethics training program. If you missed Part One on April 23, 2021 you can purchase the recording on the ICF-CF website under Learning On Demand.
Are you curious about the revisions to the ICF Code of Ethics and what this means for you? This two-part ethics training will provide a deeper understanding of the recent ICF Code of Ethics revisions and the reasons behind these additions, changes and expansion to the code.
We will be reviewing and discussing the changes and updates to the first half of the code and what they mean to you, your coaching, and your business. Part 2 of this training will be held next month, and we will review the 2nd half of the code changes.
In this training we will take a closer look at:
Structural Changes to the Code
Ethical Interpretive Statements (EIS)
We will together examine a coaching dilemma specific to how a coach might get into ethical hot water due to lack of clarity and appropriate application of the code of ethics.
Participants will receive a handout with the new code of ethics, which includes highlights of all new sections and additions to code as well as reference back to the prior code. This will allow you to quickly see what’s new and what’s not. This training will include discussion as well as time for Q and A at points throughout the training.
Attendees will leave with clarity on the recently updated ICF Code of Ethics, learn why these updates were made as well as learn from other coaches’ mistakes – so you can Stay Out of Ethical Hot Water as a Coach.
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About Today’s Speaker:
Tina Elliot MBA, PCC, BCC is a member and a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF), and a Board-Certified Coach through the Center for Credentialing & Education. She holds an MBA, in Business Administration and has served as an ICF Global Committee Member on numerous committee’s & task forces. She is a faculty member at Institute for Life Coach Training and an Ethics Educator at The Jindal School of Management at The University of Texas at Dallas.
Tina is a Coaching Ethics Specialist with over 17 years of past Ethics experience including: Past Board Member on the ICF’s Independent Review Board processing ethical complaints, creating ethics education and ongoing updates to the ICF Code of Ethics. She is passionate about ethics and provides in depth ethics training for coaches so they may learn how to Stay Out of Ethical Hot Water as a coach.