Section 2: What are some of the tools that build ethics into our coaching practice?
In The Coaching Ethics Code and Coaching Review Process, Sandi Stewart outlines the ethics review process at the International Coach Federation and provides insights into the thinking of the Independent Review Board and it’s continuously improving process.
In Agreements, Terms and Conditions and Why They Matter to You and Your Business!, Janine Schindler’s first contribution to our magazine makes the point that where you start (the contracting phase of an engagement) has a lot to do with where you end up (the outcomes) and how you get there (process and ethics).
In When Ethics Could Collide: Nine Practices, Kathy Taberner offers suggestions to maintain ethical action when different cultures create impact because of different values.
In Ethics in a Historical View & A Framework for Ethical Decision Making, Patrick Williams delves into the deep philosophical roots of ethics and then gives us a method for how to make ethical choices.
Section 3: Additional Resources for Engaging Reflection on Coaching Ethics
In The Coaching Tool Box, Sandi Stewart offers some resources and links for further reading on ethics in our industry.
In this issue’s The Book Shelf, Kathy Taberner reviews Values and Ethics in Coaching by Lardanou, et al. Kathy recommends reading Lardanou’s book for thoughtful approach to what ethics are and how they can be effectively applied in coaching.1K Club