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Pamela Richarde

Pamela Richarde, MA, MCC, is a leadership coach and trainer whose work has spanned the globe for over 28 years. An experienced Executive Coach, with senior level clients in both private and public sector business, her clients have also included artists, educators, entrepreneurs and small business owners. One of the original team that created the core coaching competencies for the Profession of Coaching, Pamela has also long served as a Mentor Coach and Coaching Supervisor for emerging coaches. Dedicated to excellence in coaching and the mastery of self that parallels this work, she has a great passion for the impact of coaching and using a ‘coach approach’ in the world of business. Thus, Pamela enjoys training, teaching and mentoring a coach approach to relating.

She is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a past Director and Global President of that organization. Pamela is also a founding member of the ICF; a founding board member of the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO); and a founding member of Coach U, Inc. and continues to contribute to these organizations in various roles. As she works with many different client organizations around the world, Pamela continues to explore a variety of philosophical approaches to coaching competency and evolving the Art and Science of Professional Coaching and personal mastery.

Ethics and the Coaching Profession - ONLINE

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.