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Episode 176

Ethics in Coaching

In this conversation with Eve Turner and Jonathan Passmore we explore the difference between codes of ethics and ethical awareness, how we think about ethics, key domains of ethical questions in coaching, engaging ethical issues in the coaching conversation and the ethical issues around AI.

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In this podcast we talk about:

04:30 Ethics and coaching
10:00 Making ethical decisions
13:30 Codes versus complexity
18:00 Building ethical awareness
21:30 A systemic approach
26:30 Current ethical dilemmas
30:00 Ethical conversations in coaching
36:00 Current issues with AI
42:30 Coaching and AI
48:30 Ethics and self-promotion

Resources Mentioned:
Fritjof Capra
Earth overshoot day
The Ethical Coaches’ Handbook, by Wendy-Ann Smith, Jonathan Passmore, Eve Turner, Yi-Ling Lai and David Clutterbuck (Please use this link and the code “EFL01 ” to purchase the book with a 20% discount)

About Eve

Eve Turner
Eve Turner

Eve Turner is a highly accomplished coach, mentor, supervisor and facilitator working with clients in the public, private, education and not-for-profit sectors, and founder of Eve Turner Associates. Eve is a leading contributor to industry research and writing and is active within the various global coaching bodies. She prioritizes pro bono work and has volunteered for coaching and supervision charity projects like Coaching Through Covid, CoachActivism and EthicalCoach. Eve is co-founder of the Climate Coaching Alliance and founder and co-lead of the Global Supervisors’ Network. She is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton and Professional Development Foundation faculty advisor on coaching and climate and on supervision.


About Jonathan

Jonathan Passmore
Jonathan Passmore

Prof. Jonathan Passmore is a UK based chartered psychologist and accredited coach and supervisor. He holds five degrees including an MBA and doctorate in occupational psychology. He holds professorship titles at the University of Reading, UK and the University of Évora, Portugal. His doctoral research focused on the coaching relationships and coach behaviors and led to the development of the Integrated Coaching model, published in 2007. His current research interests include AI and coaching, digital coaching, the potential and risks of Coachbots, diversity, coaching ethics, coach impact and evaluation.


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