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How to Stay out of the Ethical Conduct (Complaint) Review Process

  • February 05, 2013
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Teleseminar


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Things are rapidly changing in our growing industry.  As the coaching profession’s
visibility and exposure increases so does the need to operate ethically and protect
ourselves from ethical complaints.



  • Could you be treading into some ethical gray areas as a coach, and not even know it?
  • Are you familiar with the ICF’s Ethical Review (complaint) Process?
  • Protect yourself and your business by understanding and following the ICF’s Ethics Code.

Please join us for an engaging discussion on the ICF (ECR) Ethical Conduct Review Process.


Topics will include:

  • The ECR Ethical Complaint Review Process Overview
  • An overview what’s happening now regarding Ethical Complaints
  • How to protect yourself from clients filing complaints against you the ICF’s ethical review and complaint investigation process.

Tina will answer your ethical questions, share tips about what you can do to protect yourself from seriously undesirable legal and professional consequences.

Date: 5 Feb 2013

Time: 3:00 pm ET
Location/Format: Teleseminar
CCEUs: This event qualifies for 1.0 ICF CCEUs.

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Your Presenter: Tina Elliot is known as “The Professional Women’s Coach.”  Her success as an executive, business and life coach draws from her twenty years experience working in the areas of coaching and consulting. Her expertise in project management, leadership development; team and organization development; life change and career transition all serve to bolster her clients’ success.  Having held a variety of leadership roles as a full-time Managing Consultant, Sr. Project Manager, Project Team Leader and Sr. Accountant allows Tina to bring a real-time experience and cultural understanding to her coaching partnerships. Tina has served part-time on numerous non-profit organization executive boards and is a Mentor Coach, helping new coaches master their coaching skills, build successful coaching businesses and acquire their ICF credentials. 

Tina is a member of and a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF), a Board Certified Coach, a Certified Wellness Inventory Coach and is on the faculty at Institute for Life Coach Training and Inspired Spirit Coaching Academy.  Tina holds an MBA, in Business Administration and is an active ICF Global Committee Member involved with the ICF Credentialing & Accreditation Committee and the Ethics & Standards IRB (Independent Review Board) Committee. You can reach Tina online at or by email at