Coaching for Ethical Decision-Making In a Profit-Driven Environment
K Sloan International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2004
How do we deliver our best quality service to our clients, and how do we keep our personal bias from sabotaging orJr work? When confronted with ethical decisions in a corporate context who's opinion is more important-coach or client? In this article Karlin Sloan proposes a model of ethical decision-making that can clarify the style of coach and coachee, and assist in creating a constructive dialog about ethical leadership.