San Francisco, California
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How to Stay Out of Ethical and Legal Hot Water as a Coach
Could you be treading into some ethical gray areas as a coach, and not even know?
What are clients filing complaints about?
Are you familiar with the ICF’s Ethical Review (complaint) Process?
More importantly, do you know how to keep yourself out of this extremely stressful situation?
Are you sure your coaching agreement is protecting you?
Get some insider tips on how to fine tune it!
Knowledge is power! Please join us for:
How to Stay Out of Ethical Hot Water as a Coach With Tina Elliot, MBA, PCC and Mark Klein, Esq. Attorney at Law.
Things are rapidly changing in our growing industry. As the coaching profession’s visibility and exposure increases so does the need to operate ethically for coaches to protect themselves from ethical complaints.
Tina Elliot, MBA, PCC,, BCC a longtime member of both the ICF Global Ethics and Standards
Committee and The ICF Independent Review Board will be presenting a lively program on this very important aspect of coaching.
Topics will include:
• What does operating ethically as a coach really mean?
• What factors play into our ethical decision making process?
• Applying the ICF ethics code to Ethical Mysteries.
• What’s it like to have an ethical complaint filed against you?
You will leave with:
• A better understanding of coaching ethics and heightened ethical awareness.
• Hands-on experience working through ethical situations.
• How to get through the ICF’s Ethical Review (Complaint) Process with grace and ease.
• Tips to keep you out of the Ethical Conduct Review Process.
Tina is passionate about Ethics in Professional Coaching and creates a fun and engaging experience for coaches to heighten their ethical awareness leading to higher ethical operation. She will answer your ethical questions and share tips about how you can protect yourself from seriously undesirable ethical and professional consequences.
Mark Klein, Esq. Klein Law Corporation
As the founder of KLEIN LAW CORPORATION, Mark Klein brings to his clients a strong business related legal background. Mark received his Juris Doctor degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and received Bachelor of Science Degrees in Business Finance and Management from the University of Utah, graduating with "Cum Laude" honors in each. Mark provides clients with an extensive range of business-related legal services aimed at helping corporations, partnerships and individuals alike. He assists clients with issues involving corporate law, business law, intellectual property matters and estate planning matters. He helps business owners identify and implement plans to reduce business risks, protect their confidential information and prepare airtight contracts. He does this by providing strait forward, thorough and honest legal advice in what his clients say is a non-intimidating manner. Mark has been active in the area of organizing and counseling of hundreds of companies based throughout the United States. Mr. Klein brings his 25 years of practice as an attorney into play while assisting his clients. Mark is a member of the California State Bar and is a frequent contributor to legal and business publications and public speaker.