The ICF Ethics Community of Practice (CoP) time has now changed. To sign up and be apart of the mailing list, please fill out the form on theICF Website.
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The biggest change in the new (2015) ICF Code of Ethics is the shift in tone from what NOT TO DO, to what TO DO as a coach. The Code of Ethics reflects how one should show up as a coach in coaching engagements.
Dissatisfaction with a coach's price structure after it has been clearly conveyed is not covered by the ICF Code of Ethics. Neither ICF nor the ICF Code of Ethics dictates pricing structures for coaches. We encourage clients to do research and compare services as well as encourage coaches to clearly state their pricing structure and adhere to them at all times.
No, you cannot use another individual's content or materials without their permission. Always ask for permission when using another individual's content.
Yes, ICF does have an Ethics Assistance line to help those who may have ethical inquires. If you have a question about ethics and the coaching profession, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-859-219-3580.
All options provided are frequent issues in the coaching community. Be sure to take the necessary precautions to avoid these common pitfalls.
While receiving advice from someone else the brain goes into neutral and the impact is limited to the rational part.
By offering your own experience, you are not enabling the client to take ownership of the situation and bring forth their own wisdom.
In order to receive your three (3) Ethics Core Competency CCEUs from this offering, you will need to complete this quiz, save and/or print the Letter of Completion and use that with your next ICF Credential Renewal Application. Good job, we knew you could do it :)
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