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November Monthly Meeting 4:30 PM Until 6:30 PM / SOCIAL HOUR (6:30 - 7:30 PM)

Monday, November 14, 2016, 4:30 PM until 7:30 PM
The Holiday Inn - Worthington
The Holiday Inn - Worthington
Worthington, OH  43085
Monthly Meeting
Registration is recommended
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Speaker:  Sue McMahon
Topic:  Creating a More Confident Coaching Practice by Enhancing Your Ethical Awareness
CEU: 1.25 Core Competencies

4:15 pm - 4:30 pm - DOORS OPEN
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm - MEETING
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - SOCIAL HOUR

Many coaches are not even aware that there is an Ethical Conduct Review (ECR) peer review process designed to uphold professional standards of coaching. The ICF Ethics Independent Review Board (IRB) allows a space and opportunity for consumers of coaching to voice their concerns and the ability to submit a formal complaint for review. Providing a follow-up to complaints with an objective investigation and non-punitive remedial actions when it’s been determined a breach of conduct has occurred, offers consumers of coaching services an opportunity to gain greater confidence in our integrity as a profession.  Further, this process provides the general public assurance that ICF has a viable method for self-regulation.  



Learning Objectives:
  • Become familiar with the ethics and regulatory mechanisms in ICF
  • Clearly understand the objectives of the IRB and ECR process
  • Learn how ethical complaints are handled at the ICF
  • Discover the most common breaches
  • Understand the nature and scope of sanctions and remedial actions
About Sue McMahon:
Sue partners with her clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that boldly challenges, inspires, and empowers individuals to courageously maximize their personal and professional potential.  She is recognized by clients and colleagues as caring, energetic, intelligent and intensely passionate.  Her fierce desire to help others live a life shaped by personal choice comes from her recognition of humanity’s deep hunger for living a more truthful life.  Sue thrives on the diversity of the human spirit and sees the undeniable beauty in every human being.

Over the years, Sue’s work has evolved to include a greater focus on the development of the emotionally intelligent leader. A perspective of leadership that lives at the heart of each and every individual, rather than merely in context to what one does at an organizational, executive or management level.  Sue’s work has expanded across the globe, making it ever clearer that as human beings we are much more alike than we are different.  Through speaking engagements, personal development workshops and retreats, Sue’s sincerity engages her audiences and participants as she naturally imparts wisdom for living a more abundant, loving and authentic life.  

Fully committed to her profession as a coach, Sue aligns with the International Coach Federation (ICF) as the global leader in professional coaching organizations. She has been actively involved with the ICF since 2003, and has witnessed the rapid growth of this organization to now more than 26,000 members in 136 countries around the globe. Sue has served in many leadership roles involving ICF Ethics & Standards, devoting a tremendous amount of time and energy to the promotion of professional integrity and ethical coaching practices. Her efforts toward ethical conduct within the coaching profession continue in her current role as the Chair of the ICF Independent Review Board (IRB).

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