Pamela Richarde, MA, MCC, is passionate about delving into unknown territories, the last 19 years have found Pamela dedicating her
energies to professional coaching, and facilitating the training and education of coaching skills. She is a pioneer in the field, and assisted in shaping what we know coaching to be today. A co-creator of the International Coach Federation's (ICF) coaching competencies, during her early work Pamela also significantly contributed to the design, standards and systems development for education in a virtual, multi-cultural, global training environment.
A seasoned facilitator, speaker and trainer, she has led hundreds of courses in both virtual and live settings, working with individuals in a variety of cultures, regions and business contexts. An experienced Executive Coach, with C-level clients in both private and public sector business, her clients have also included artists, educators, entrepreneurs and small business owners; as eclectic a mix as her various studies. Pamela uses a high level of intuition and practical understanding of business and
professional development to support her clients in achieving greater results.
This nine-week online course explores the current ethical competencies and considerations in the field of coaching and the application of these through the lens of the required standards of conduct in this profession. Over 9 weeks, students will examine the conduct of executive coaches within a series of morally problematic situations. This course also examines coaching within the contexts of public safety and public trust, privacy and confidentiality, honesty or deception, informed consent, objectivity, and conflicts of interest.