Session on 25 November 2020 07:30 UTC - View on timetable
Hilary will invite attendees to join in a collaborative discussion about Ethics and the role of Ethics in our Supervision, Mentoring, or Coaching practice. As Supervisors, one of our roles is to provide a level of assurance around the safety of the coach in terms of their clients and indeed the wider system. She will seek to lead a discussion to deepen the collective understanding of where our Ethics come from, and how that can help and how they can also hinder our thinking both as Coaches and as Supervisors or Mentors She will explore how decisions are often made regarding ethical dilemmas and she will then offer two ethical decision making models that she finds helpful,. Attendees may bring some ethical dilemmas to be explored and if time allows she can offer example ethical dilemmas to further aid discussion.
To have two models of Ethical Decision making to support their practice of Supervision or Coaching. To have discussed and deepened their understanding of where our Ethics come from, how they can get in the way and the role of the supervisor when reviewing possible ethical dilemmas.
Hilary Oliver works as an executive and leadership coach, as well as a facilitator, trainer, mentor coach and supervisor. She has been coaching professionally for more than 16 years in the UK, Europe and worldwide.
She works with executives of small- and medium-sized businesses as well as large multinational organisations.
She is a former board-level director with more than 30 years of experience in a wide range of business sectors and executive positions including sales management with IBM UK Ltd. She spent several years as a human resources director of a Pan European technology company.
Hilary has developed highly effective skills in coaching and coach supervision and mentoring. She is also a powerful facilitator and trainer, and has held prestigious roles in the coaching and mentoring community worldwide.
Hilary gains exceptional results by challenging leaders of all levels to develop their professional effectiveness. She brings them to clarity on their leadership potential. From clarity, she inspires the realisation of that potential. She’s committed to facilitating and demonstrating how effective leaders align with and support corporate goals and objectives.
Hilary is also focused on supporting coaches to be their best professional selves via Teaching coaching, Mentoring and Supervising and ensuring coaches understand professional ethics.