Ethics Community of Practice – Stump The Experts
Join the Ethics Community of Practice to engage in a lively discussion around various ethical challenges. In this webinar, you will hear six experts from around the globe share key insights and present ethical dilemmas. You will also have the opportunity to debrief from your small-group discussions.
*This session has been tentatively approved for 1.50 CCE units in Ethics Core Competencies.
ICF Global- October 2021
1.5 Ethics Core Competencies
from January 01, 2021
For over 20 years Juergen Bache has been working as a certified individual psychological (Adlerian) management coach, project- and strategy coach, mostly with executives from middle management. He has been closely involved in promoting the profession of coaching for over fifteen years - including seven years as a board member and president of ICF-Germany and since 2016 in the IRB. With his involvement in the ethics group in the German Roundtable of Coaching Associations, he contributes to quality development, more transparency, and professionalism in coaching. Since 2018, he has had the pleasure of being part of the teams for the revision of the code of ethics and the creation of the EIS. Since 2020 he has been leading the German-speaking ethics-watercooler.
Michael J. Marx, MBA, EdD, PCC, CPCC, is a Professional Certified Coach specializing in business coaching and corporate consultation. His passion is adult learning and he serves on the MBA faculty of Concordia University Wisconsin where he teaches International Business and International Finance. He also teaches the Ethics course as well as the Coaching Skills Mastery course for the Professional Christian Coaching Institute.
<br />A strong advocate for professionalism in coaching, Michael currently serves as the leader of the ICF ‘Global Community of Practice on Ethics.’ He also serves on the ICF Independent Review Board. Additionally, he is the president of Christian Coaches Network International. He is the author of the recently published book Ethics and Risk Management for Christian Coaches. Learn more about Michael at www.BlazingNewTrailsCoaching.com.
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Mirna Pérez Piris, PCC, MBA is an accomplished Executive Coach and speaker on topics relating to Coaching, Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion, Ethics and Resilience. She is the author of the book “El Arte de Ser Coach y Algo Más…”, Editorial Trillas. She taught the course “Coaching: An Effective Tool for the Human Development” as part of the Master Program in Human Development at the Iberoamericana University, Mexico City and the course “Ethics and the Coaching Profession”, as part of the Human and Organizational Development Master Program in the Universidad de Londres, in Mexico City. Mirna is fully commitment with the coaching profession, since 2006 Mirna has collaborated with the International Coach Federation and in 2019 with ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organization). She participated in the last two ICF Code of Ethics reviews and has offered webinars in Latin America and the Caribbean on the topic of Ethics. Her work experience has granted her extensive cross-cultural knowledge. She is from Puerto Rico, based in Mexico and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Monique A. Betty, MBA, PCC is an external coach specializing in coaching executives and professionals who desire to strengthen and develop their leadership effectiveness. Prior to her 12 years in the coaching profession, she spent 20 years in corporate America in a variety of leadership positions within top U.S companies; Eli Lilly and Company, The Coca-Cola Company, Abbott Laboratories and Eastman Kodak Company.
Monique is a certified trainer with the Center for Coaching Certification and is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach supporting individuals and teams in maximizing their talents for increased productivity and performance. Monique was a member of the ICF Code of Ethics Review Team for the revised Code of Ethics and the Ethical Interpretive Statements (EIS). She resides in South Florida with her husband and two teenage sons.
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Norma A Nielsen, PCC is a transformational catalyst who facilitates change and growth through one-to-one coaching, training and consultancy. Currently, Norma is the Assistant Director of Talent & Culture at the Fairmont Southampton, the island’s largest hotel. Raised in a multinational/cultural environment, Norma has had the opportunity to live and work in Bermuda; Canada; England, and Switzerland in such diverse industries as horse-racing, hospitality, financial services, government, legal, retail, and theatre. Norma previously presented at the Kuwait Coaching Conference (2012 & 2013), ICF Advance 2013: Cultural Competency and ICF Converge 2017 Ethical Dilemmas for Internal Coaches.
Thomas Chen, PCC is Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Singapore. Tom was raised in Shanghai, educated in Hong Kong, England, and United States including a BS from Columbia University and a Masters’ Degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Tom served in the ICF-IRB committee (Global Internal Review Board in Ethics and Compliance) for the last four years. He is a CSA-accredited Coach Supervisor, PCC, Certified “Dare to Lead Facilitator” and a Trainer in Neuro-Linguistic-Programming, and with over thirty years of multi-national experience covering US, Middle East and Asia. As a former Citibank Vice President, Asia Regional Head for National Australia Bank and AIG, Chief General Manager of Gulf Bank, and Chief Operating Officer of RHB bank, he capitalizes on his C-Suite experiences to coach Executives from various industries to make a profound difference.