Etik – europæisk teleclass
Pan European Ethics Forum – Thursday April 19th 2012 6pm to 7pm UK Time
This teleclass carries 1 CCEU.
A deep sense of ethics is an important value of the ICF and in being a coach. This Forum is a joint venture between members of the ICF Chapters throughout Europe – and open to all ICF members. The Forum meets 3-4 times a year.
Whatever your level of coaching experience, this is an opportunity for you to talk in a confidential and informal environment about ethical issues that arise in practice. Ethical issues are often complex, subtle and sometimes difficult to identify. In this call we have energetic and illuminating conversations about ethical topics. You can learn about other perspectives and discuss practical solutions. The subjects discussed have included clients with mental health problems (eg threatening suicide), drink or drug problems, dealing with conflicts of interest between a company sponsor/client/coach and many more topics. Coaches have joined us from across Europe and beyond (Canada, South Africa, Israel…) These calls are not recorded and have the overall intention to create a safe space in which ICF coaches can share and discuss ethical dilemmas and the implications for their own practice and the broader coaching profession. We are all speaking as fellow coaches and not on behalf of the ICF or Chapter Ethics Committees.
Before the call please think of an ethical issue from your own practice which you can share, on an anonymous basis, with others on the call. Other case studies may also be used by the hosts of the call.
The sessions will be hosted by ICF members, Marianne Borg Hyoekki, PCC (Finland) and Leda Turai, PCC (Lithuania)
Marianne Borg Hyoekki, PCC, BCC Business Coaching Center
Marianne is a Doctor of Science and did research for many years mainly in Molecular Biology of plant cold resistance. After leaving the University of Helsinki in 1997, she has been an entrepreneur and Gestalt Psychotherapist. She has coached since 2003 and had her first ICF accredited training, Certified Business Coach, in 2007. She is one of the pioneers in ICF coaching in Finland, a founding member of ICF Nordic / Finland and ICF Finland and served as a Board member of ICF Finland 2009-2010. She earned her PCC in 2009 and became an ICF assessor in 2011. Marianne finished her MA in OMD (Fielding Graduate University, CA) with a focus on coaching in 2011. In addition to Mentor Coaching she does Executive and Leadership Coaching. Her passion is in developing coaching theory and increasing the impact of coaching. Marianne is also interested in sustainability and ethical business and sees coaching as a tool for supporting these values.
Leda Turai-Petrauskiene, PCC, Triple A Baltics
Leda Turai-Petrauskiene is a multilingual Hungarian woman, who studied in Finland, Germany, England, Ireland, Lithuania and has lived and worked in Lithuania since 1997. She started her career as a lecturer at the University of Vilnius, later she worked as an interpreter for the Hungarian and Lithuanian Governments and Parliaments. For this activity the President of the Republic of Hungary awarded her the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit. In 2003 she moved to the area of personal development with a background in psychology, coaching, training and coaching supervision. Leda coaches and trains leaders and executives to achieve better performance and satisfaction in their personal and professional life. Being a pioneer coach in Lithuania she deeply cares for this profession. In 2007 together with several Lithuanian coaches she founded the North European Coaching Association, which in 2010 became “ICF Lithuania”. Leda is the ex President of this chapter and is also a member of the ELM Coordination Team.
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