ICF Coaching Ethics: What Would You Do?

March 28, 2019 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Speaker: Amy Ruppert, MCC

Date: March 28, 2019

Noon – 1:00pm MT

Virtual Program; call in details sent upon registration

CCEUs: 1 in Core Competencies


Description of Program:

The ICF Code of Ethics define the guardrails for coaches when faced with an ethical dilemma or conflict however, there are many grey areas that require subjective decision making on the coach’s part, often right in the moment without much time to weigh the full ethical considerations out. In addition, there are many subtle ethical situations coaches can wander into unknowingly and find themselves later to be in an ethical bind.


Join us to delve into real-life ethical case studies for a candid discussion on what REALLY happens in some of the more complex and difficult coaching situations.

Participants will leave this session with an understanding of how the ICF Code of Ethics applies to real-world situations.


Co-founder and CEO of The Integreship Group, Amy Ruppert MCC is a true pioneer in the field of professional coaching. Amy served on the ICF committee that developed the ICF core competencies, examination and certification criteria for professional coaching. With over 20 years of experience coaching organizational leaders at all levels, Amy brings a rich tapestry of coaching experience to her audiences. She has worked closely with many organizations on implementing coaching initiatives and has developed highly acclaimed coaching programs for several universities, organizations and private training institutions. She has held many leadership roles within the coaching industry and been a constant advocate and contributor to the field of professional coaching.