This issue focuses on some of the key things to know about ethics in coaching. It provides steps you can take to build a consciously ethical practice. Two categories of articles appear here (along with a third section that provides valuable coaching resources):
Here’s what’s in this issue:
Section 1: How do we think about ethics as coaches?
In Seeking Ethical Maturity Through Curiosity And Continuous Learning, Kathy Taberner, an executive coach and author on curiosity, offers two principles for continued learning and growth as ethical professionals.
In Case Studies and Good Questions to Ask Yourself, Patrick Williams gives us some real life examples of ethical dilemmas and then some questions to ponder for us to stretch our ethical thinking muscles.
In The Ten Commandments for Game Changers, Thomas Zweifel brings the 10 Commandments to life in the modern age of coaching and shows us the ethical conversation that has been going on for ages.
In It’s Okay…Not Today…But I Support You Guys Anyway, Jonathan Lewis Smith shares his personal challenges in opening people into the possibility of a different ethical mindset.1K Club