Join us on Tuesday, October 27, 2020
The Seven Habits of Highly Ethical Coaches
This interactive session offers an in-depth critical review of the new ICF Code of Ethics and explores the many situations that challenge our relationship to that Code. “Demonstrates Ethical Practice” is ICF Core Competency number one for a reason: without an ethical underpinning to your work, all of the other competencies are compromised. The guidelines can seem clear-cut and unambiguous on paper, right? But you only have to have been coaching for a short time to realize that things can get a bit messy and the lines a little fuzzy out in the real world.
- Video interviews with a diverse group of experienced coaches
- Real-life examples of ethics in action
- Peer learning opportunities
- Enhanced understanding through critical review of “Ethical Practice” in coaching
- Considerations for working through common ethical dilemmas in both internal and external coaching
- How to talk about the Code of Ethics with clients in agreements and ongoing partnerships
CEUs for this program: 1.5 Core Competencies
Meet Beth Buelow
Beth Buelow, PCC, is committed to supporting leaders and their teams in creating a positive culture of communication and connection. As a coach, mediator, and facilitator with more than a decade of coaching experience, she specializes in ICF mentor coaching, conflict resolution, and interpersonal communication. Beth serves on the Board as Education & Training Chair and President-Elect 2021 of ICF Michigan, is a volunteer mediator for family and civil court cases, and is a mentor for Cook Leadership Academy Fellows at Grand Valley State University. Selected speaking engagements have included the MIT Media Lab, Starbucks, ICF Converge 2017, Seattle University, Marketing Profs University, and the American Marketing Association. Her podcast, “How Can I Say This…”, has reached listeners in more than 75 countries since it launched in August 2018. Beth is the author of “The Introvert Entrepreneur: Amplify Your Strengths and Create Success on Your Own Terms” (Penguin Random House, Nov 2015), which was named one of the 100 Best Business Books of 2015 by Inc.com.