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29th December 2018

Blowin’ in the wind

How do coach supervisors respond to ethical dilemmas and tricky issues?  Jonathan Passmore and I have been conducting research over the last few years in stages and we have just published a two-part series in Coaching at Work magazine with fellow researcher Marta Filipiak.  Seven main themes emerged: sources of ethical dilemmas, obstacles in dealing […]

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16th February 2018

Writing: The Heart of Coaching Supervision and Ethics in Supervision

It has been quite a week with my first book going to the publishers, Routledge.  It is called “The Heart of Coaching Supervision – working with Reflection and Self-care” and is edited by myself and Professor Stephen Palmer.  I am so grateful to the chapter authors such as Professor Peter Hawkins, Eunice Aquilina, Jackee Holder, Professor […]

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17th July 2017

What is ethical maturity?

I have been thinking about this recently – with some concern even over the phrase.  Ethics evolved from traditions in moral philosophy which go back thousands of years.  Carroll and Shaw’s book makes clear the challenges we all face in making decisions, from our processes, connections between decisions and the practical implementations, impact on stakeholders (both […]

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