Leadership coaching is a dynamic field that combines mentorship and personal development. It has become immensely popular due to its ability to enhance leaders’ skills, boost team performance, and drive organizational success.
According to an ICF-commissioned study, executive coaching has a 788 percent return on investment (ROI). However, like any profession, leadership coaching comes with its own ethical dilemmas that coaches must navigate skillfully.
In this article, we’ll explore ten ethical challenges coaches face when training workplace leaders and provide expert insights on handling these challenges effectively.
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1. Confidentiality and Trust
One of the