Titel: Law Ethics Coaching
Autor/en: Patrick Williams, Sharon K. Anderson
68:B&W 7 x 10 in or 254 x 178 mm Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
24. Oktober 2005 - gebunden - 312 Seiten
Using a case study approach, this book presents the first comprehensive look at ethical and legal issues in executive and personal coaching. From coach-client conflicts to conflict of interest and from assessments to informed consent, it covers the breadth of ethical quandaries that coaches face. It provides highly practical advice for avoiding problems--and for solving them when they inevitably arise. Equally applicable to coaches pursuing any specialty, the book is designed to be used as both a professional reference and as a textbook in any accredited coach training program.
About the Contributors. Preface. 1. The Profession of Coaching: Its Emergence and Intersection with Ethics and Law (Patrick Williams). 2. Foundations of Professional Ethics (Karen Colby Weiner). 3. Ethical Choice: An Outcome of Being, Becoming and Doing (Sharon K. Anderson, Heather T. Wagoner, and G. Kurt Moore). 4. Competence: Getting, Growing, and Measuring Coaching Ability (Margaret Krigbaum). 5. Developing and Maintaining Client Trust: Professional Focus, Clear Agreements, and Confidentiality (Dolly M. Garlo). 6. Multiple-Role Relationships in Coaching (Ofer Zur and Sharon K. Anderson). 7. Ethical Use of Assessments in Coaching (Debra Robinson). 8. Legal Issues and Solutions for Coaches (William H. Lindberg and Andrew R. Desmond). 9. The Intersection of Culture and Ethics (Marilyn O'Hearne and Charles Hamrick). 10. Coaching to Come (Patrick Williams, William H. Lindberg, and Sharon K. Anderson). Appendix A: ICF Code of Ethics. Appendix B: Professional Coaching Language for Greater Public Understanding (David Mathew Prior). Index.
Patrick Williams, EdD, Mcc, is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Life Coach Training. Dr. Williams is the Chairperson of the Coaching Psychology Department of The International University for Professional Studies and serves on the Board of Directors of the International Coach Federation. A leader in professional coaching, Dr. Williams has made significant contributions to this evolving field and has coauthored Therapist as Life Coach: Transforming Your Practice and Total Life Coaching: 50+ Life Lessons, Skills, and Techniques to Enhance Your Practice ... and Your Life. Sharon K. Anderson, PhD, is Associate Professor at Colorado State University and has professional experience as a mental health practitioner and a counselor educator. Dr. Anderson teaches in the area of ethical issues in counseling and has published nine articles and/or book chapters related to the area of ethical and legal issues in psychotherapy.
"...It is strong in its presentation of the ethics and laws related to confidentiality and its emphasis on the primacy of the client's welfare as a focus of coaching." (PsycCritiques, February 14, 2007)