This is the fourth in a series highlighting ethics in coaching. Watch for new posts monthly! According to the ICF website, Conflict of Interest is defined as follows: A conflict of interest exists when you have an interest that interferes with your responsibilities as a coach or interferes with your ability to act in the […]Read more →
Winning new clients is tough, partly because it can be a long and complicated process. But for sole-traders and micro-businesses it’s also tough because, unlike an employee, if you fail you don’t get paid at the end of the month. If 2013 hasn’t been a good year for you business-wise, or it has but you […]Read more →
This is the second in an occasional series where we go behind the scenes at ICF HQ to provide in-depth responses to ICF Members’ questions about the organization’s policies and practices. If you have a question on your mind, share it with ICF Communications Coordinator Abby Tripp Heverin at email@example.com. For coaches pursuing an ICF […]Read more →
This is part of an ongoing series. Two artists and academics from London (DASHNDEM) were inspired to create their Reaching Re-Birth project for the fourth Athens Biennale (Now What?), examining how techniques of the ‘self’ – more specifically life coaching – can aid citizens of recession hit Greece to overcome hardship. Eleven coaches, all ICF […]Read more →
Speaking to a friend in the US recently, she told me her internet connection had gone haywire because Mercury was in retrograde. I assumed Mercury was an ICT company – there was once an ICT company of that name in the UK – and that retrograde was a US term that meant they were in […]Read more →
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