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July 16
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Exploring ICF's Revised Code of Ethical Conduct
with Philip Cohen, MCC
The ICF Ethical Code of Conduct is a complex set of guiding principles. Its purpose is to help professional coaches discern right from wrong. Guiding principles are not a set of rules: Ethical conduct is subjective and open to interpretation based on a variety of factors. What are the things coaches need to be thinking about and watching for?
This webinar will use case studies from real situations. We will learn more about the latest version of the ICF Code of Ethics and will address several important issues for coaches to consider:

• Technology has only increased the complexity (think smart speakers) of adhering to the Code. How does this apply to confidentiality?
• What are the things we need to discuss with our clients or make them aware of?
• What is a conflict of interest?
• What is an appropriate relationship between a coach and a client?
• Where do I go to get clarification and advice?
Philip Cohen, MCC , has been teaching ethics for many years and is considered one of the leading experts on this topic. Philip teaches coaching and is a mentor coach to other coaches, working with them to grow their coaching skills and to develop themselves. Philip was an early adopter of coaching, starting his coach training and coaching business in 1994. Philip is a founding member of the ICF, was past International Treasurer, and an assessor for the ICF credentialing program for many years. Currently, he’s an assessor at an ACTP program.
Second Annual ICF Georgia
Summer Book Club
Book Club Hosts:
Barbara Davis & Lele Ruby

Zoom Meeting Dates (EST)
Thursday, 6/11: 9:00 am - 10:15 am
(Part 1, pages 1 - 38)
Thursday, 6/25: 9:00 am - 10:15 am
Thursday, 7/9: 9:00 am - 10:15 am
Thursday, 7/23: 9:00 am - 10:15 am

 Join us this summer! We'll be meeting  VIRTUALLY  to discuss Dave Gray’s book,  Liminal Thinking: Create the Change You Want by Changing the Way You Think. 

Each week, the club will discuss specific pages and exercises. You are NOT required to read the entire book before the kick off, nor attend all sessions. Come when you can.

Don’t miss this, as the discussion promises to be rich and the material relevant to your coaching practice.

Last year’s ICF-GA Summer Book Club participants rated this event as one of their favorite of the year! Hope you can join us.
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