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Managing the Ethical and Legal Implications of Coaching

The number of coaching cases and coaches has increased dramatically over the last several years.  There are many reasons for this increase.  When well done, coaching efforts can result in both improvement in the organization and in organizational outcomes as well as in individuals and groups.   

Even the most highly qualified coaches and best of managers, however, can find themselves involved in situations that create either ethical dilemmas or legal challenges.   Unless these situations are prepared for and addressed properly in advance, the effectiveness of the effort is likely to be compromised.  This situation can also lead to decreased trust of both coaches and managers.  At the worst, it can harm both the individual and the organization.  This situation can result in many bad outcomes, including legal costs.

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Recruiting Violation Complaint against UConn Coach Who Called Little Leaguer Mo'Ne Davis

Recruiting Violation Complaint against UConn Coach Who Called Little Leaguer Mo'Ne Davis | Coaching & Ethics Kangah E | Scoop.it
University of Connecticut Huskies coach Geno Auriemma has been hit with a complaint of a recruiting violation for a congratulatory call to Little League pitcher Mo'Ne Davis.
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Ethics in Coaching, Contracting and Confidentiality: Drawing Lines in the Sand

Do we, as coaches, engage with our executive clients about ethical issues only once they’ve brought it up in a coaching session, or when we see an ethical quagmire of which the client may not be aw...
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Six Things Leaders Must Know About Coaching

Six Things Leaders Must Know About Coaching | Coaching & Ethics Kangah E | Scoop.it

Recently Belgium-based consultant Jeroen De Flander posted histhoughts on coaching. I'd like to add mine. Like his 6-point post, I have six points as well.

The first is that coaching is integral to leadership.

The late great management educator George Odiorne once said that "Coaching is not an addition to a leader's job. Rather it is an integral part of it."

In other words, coaching is at the very heart of leadership. 


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William Plummer's curator insight, February 15, 2015 9:20 PM

Coaches are also leaders.

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In recent years, coaching has become fashionable in many organizations and has captured the hearts and minds of those who see coaching as a revolutionary approach to management and leadership. At its best, coaching is not simply a new buzzword for describing a more “people centered” style of management. Rather, coaching is a distinct and different paradigm for working with people and accomplishing results. It is a way of relating and communicating in which the coach is committed to the commitments of the coaches or team and is competent to provide an opening for new possibilities and unprecedented actions to occur.

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NCAA Sanctions Penn State

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“By perpetuating a ‘football first’ culture that ultimately enabled serial child sexual abuse to occur, The Pennsylvania State University leadership failed to value and uphold institutional integrity, resulting in a breach of the NCAA constitution and rules.”  That’s the opening sentence of the NCAA’s announcement of sanctions against Penn State.

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Code of Ethics » About IAC » The International Association of Coaching (IAC)

The International Association of Coaches is dedicated to evolving the coaching profession through rigorous testing and certification, and the highest ethical standards, thereby representing the best interests of the clients of coaches.
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Code of Ethics and Conduct for Sports Coaches

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The Code of Ethics and Conduct for Sports Coaches is a framework within which to work and is a series of guidelines rather than a set of instructions
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