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Date(s) - 11/03/2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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About this engaging and informative webinar series

The purpose of the series, “Conversations on Ethics in our Profession” is to support coaches’ development of ethical awareness (maturity), and to introduce and engage the powerful tools of reflective practice. The experience will be facilitated through exposure to the theoretical framework of ethical maturity, and the learning will emerge from coaches’ participation in conversations in each of the webinars.

This series is designed to be accessible to a range of coaches, credentials, and skill levels. Coaches may participate in as many webinars as they can manage/find rewarding.

CCEUs:  Each webinar in this series is assigned 1 Core Competency CCEU for credential renewal purposes if you attend the live webinar.

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Session 2 Overview

In Session 2 we will use three case studies for learning purposes. We ask participants to come prepared to have a conversation about the case studies and to share their views with the whole group. We encourage you to have a copy of the ICF Code of Ethics handy for the call. There will not be a recording, and only live participants will receive CCE credits.

Scenario 1

You are a coach living in Toronto and have been coaching Client X for about six months. The coaching is sponsored by X’s organization. Yesterday, during the coaching session, Client X revealed that he is going through difficulties at home and is going through a divorce. It happens that you are also having some martial difficulties at home. Make any assumptions you want if it is not covered in the scenario paragraph.

1. What are the issues that might be at play?

2. What parts of the Code of Ethics might be relevant?

3. What would you do?

Scenario 2

You live in a small town in rural Manitoba and your neighbour of 20 years, asked you if you would coach his daughter. Apparently, she is about to graduate from a very specialized training around forensic sciences and wants to find a job in this small town so she doesn’t have to move. You have heard most of the jobs would be in larger cities working for consulting firms so you aren’t sure she is realistic. Make any assumptions you want if it is not covered in the scenario paragraph.

1. What are the issues that might be at play?

2. What parts of the Code of Ethics might be relevant?

3. What would you do?

Scenario 3

You have been coaching RS for 2 months out of a 6-month contract (RS paying for the coaching). RS decides that the coaching isn’t working and wants to try therapy instead. He has been frustrated that you, as her coach, will not give him any answers of what to do. He wants a refund for the portion of the contract that is unused. Make any assumptions you want if it is not covered in the scenario paragraph.

1. What are the issues that might be at play?

2. What parts of the Code of Ethics might be relevant?

3. What would you do?

N.B. The first session is the foundation for the series. Attendance at or listening to the recording is a pre-requisite for participation in subsequent sessions. Upon registration you will be sent a link to the recording; if you were unable to participate in the first session, we kindly ask that you make sure you have listened to it before this session.

Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions about what will happen during the webinar.
Contact Mary Prefontaine
Contact Janet Sheppard
Contact Lily Seto

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SAVE THE DATES! Individual Eventbrite invitations will be posted for the following dates/times:

Session 3: May 2nd, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Pacific Time

Session 4: July 9th, 9:00 am to 10:00 am pm Pacific Time (changed)

Session 5: September 9th, 12-1:00 pm Pacific Time

Session 6: November 12th, 6:30-7:30 pm Pacific Time

Each webinar in this series is assigned 1 Core Competency CCEU for credential renewal purposes if you attend the live webinar.

Your facilitators for this series are:

Lily Seto, MA, PCC, ESIA, Certified Mentor Coach and Diploma in Coaching Supervision, is Past President of the ICF Vancouver Island Chapter. Her practice includes individual and group coaching, mentor coaching and coaching supervision, and facilitation. She is a member of the Global Independent Review Board (IRB investigates global complaints against coaches) and often explores ethics with her coaching supervision clients. She also teaches Intercultural Competence and Global Coaching as an Associate Faculty member with Royal Roads University in the Advance Coaching Certificate Program. www.lilyseto.com

Mary Prefontaine, CPCC, Co-Founder of Brew + Past Events Director of the Vancouver Island Chapter of the ICF. Mary specializes in leader development of individuals + teams. She is a trained associate of the Ethical Lens Inventory and encourages her clients + fellow coaches to stay alert to the conscious and unconscious biases we each hold when it comes to ethical dilemmas we face in our lives.

Dr. Janet Sheppard, CEC, ACC, Past Director of Community Relations, Mid/Up Island for the Vancouver Island Chapter of the ICF. Janet comes to her practice in coaching from a thirty year career in counselling. After retiring, Janet turned to coaching as a way to continue her passion for lifelong learning, while contributing to the learning, growth and change of her clients. Website: www.janetsheppardcoaching.com