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Prevent Potential Ethical Problems: The Power of a Strong Coaching Agreement

When:
Wednesday, December 04, 2019, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Virtual Event

Category:
ICFNE Webinars
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$20.00


Question: What is the number one way that coaches are getting into ethical trouble with their clients?
Answer: Not having a proper coaching agreement.

Question: What is the number one way that coaches are getting into ethical trouble with their clients?
Answer: Not having a proper coaching agreement.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss four-steps that can help a coach prepare, design, and feel confident having a strong coaching agreement.  We’ll discuss strategies on designing an agreement that serves both you and your client and helps eliminate surprises.  Additionally, we’ll examine how the coaching agreement is not just a legal document but an enduring statement of your professional services.

Registrants will be provided with a number of editable coaching agreements, that can be used as templates. Also, there will be Q&A that can extend beyond the topic to other ethical questions. So bring any and all of your questions to ask in this safe environment. A few days prior to the event you will be provided with a copy of the ICF Code of Ethics, that you may want to review to inspire other questions.




Key Learning Objectives:

In this presentation you will learn:

  • Learn how to design a strong coaching agreement
  • Learn how to utilize the agreement throughout your coaching engagements
  • Learn how agreements correlate to the ICF Code of Ethics
  • Learn how to address other ethical concerns

ICFNE Premier: $0
Member Pricing: $15.00
Non-member Pricing: $20.00

All registrants will receive a recording after the call. You do not have to listen live to receive the CCE Credit. You must register before event commencement to receive the recording.

CCE Units: 1.5 Core Competencies

Please note:  ICFNE will provide one copy of your CCE certificate when you have met the qualifications for attendance.  We are not able to provide additional copies. We recommend you download and print  the email containing your CCE certificate immediately upon receipt.  

Scott Howard Name Scott Howard is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF). He’s coached and facilitated groups on a variety of topics including leadership enhancement, communications, engagement, and diversity inclusion. He’s coached CEO’s, senior leaders, attorneys, prominent architects, world-class academics, executives and high potentials.  Past clients include the U. S. Air Force, Wells Fargo Bank, U.S. Department of Energy, Discover Card Services, and Barclay Card of England.   His coaching style is client-centered and strengths-based.  He’s especially skilled at helping develop communications and leadership presence.

Passionate about coaching, Scott is also on the faculty at Georgetown University in Washington, DC where he teaches ethics and assesses student coaches.  In 2016, he was invited by the ICF to sit as Vice-Chair of the Independent Review Board – assisting in adjudicating ethics violations in the coaching profession.
 
As a former Commander in the U. S. Coast Guard with 25+ years of experience leading teams, he’s served on seven ships and five legal units in leadership positions.  Additionally, he’s helped organize and execute many nationally significant operations including homeland security initiatives following the 9/11 terrorist attacks and support and recovery operations for the TWA Flight 800 and EgyptAir Flight 990 air disasters. His last assignment was as the Chief of Recruiting where he led a force of over 300 recruiters in meeting the Coast Guard’s human resource needs.


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