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Ethics in Action - A Collective Dialogue

Tuesday, August 25, 2020, 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
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August 25, 2020 SPEAKER EVENT


Ethics in Action: A Collective Dialogue


SPEAKER: Shawn Moore | CPCC | Ethnicity, Diversity & Inclusivity Coach (EDI)

Mary Kay Delvo | CPCC | LSW | Strategic Planning Specialist | Leadership Development | Speaker


DATE: Tuesday, August 25, 2020

TIME: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. LOCATION: Zoom

CEU’S: 2 Core Competency



Ethics is not a one and done effort--keeping ethics top of mind in your day-to-day practice is not only your responsibility it is essential to your clients’ success. This is not a sage on the stage session, but a dedicated time to tend to your ethical awareness and growth in the safety of your coaching peers. The majority of this session will be a facilitated discussion for the purpose of working through those issues that have you on the edge. You won’t want to miss this transformational dialogue intended to expand your ethical curiosity, help you reground in an ethical coaching practice, learn from peers and share your wisdom and experiences with others. Not only does ethical knowledge a professional responsibility, but it can also serve to strengthen your confidence as a coach.



· Increase their ethical knowledge

· Become aware of potential ethical ‘blind spots’

· Be introduced to ICF’s Ethics and Regulatory mechanisms

· Commit time for developing one’s ethical thinking muscles



Setting the Foundation

Meeting ethical guidelines and professional standards and establishing the coaching agreement

Co-creating the Relationship

Establishing trust and intimacy with the client and coaching presence

Facilitating Learning and Results

Creating awareness and designing actions



Meet Shawn Moore

Shawn Moore is an adjunct Professor at Bethel University, an Ordained Minister, and former Police Officer. Besides teaching Anthropology and Reconciliation, Shawn is an Implicit Bias instructor and Verbal De-escalation instructor training Police Officers for the state of Minnesota. Shawn is a Doctoral candidate. His doctoral research is on using coaching as a means to build reconciliation. He is also a student of Learning Journeys International School of Coaching. Shawn has 20 years of experience teaching and facilitating workshops around Race, Implicit Bias, and Cultural Anthropology. Shawn also serves on the ICF Minnesota Board of Directors and is the chair of the Mirror Committee.



Mary Kay Delvo Aug 2020Meet Mary Kay Delvo, INspiring SIGHT

Mary Kay shakes up thinking, so organizations uncover the underlying issues that get in the way of their ability to produce results. Her signature style invites honest conversations at the board and leadership level, creating a culture of candor, trust, and clarity. Twenty-five years of multi-sector experience in county and state systems, higher education, non-profit management, social work, agriculture and leadership drives her passion for giving her clients a different experience. One that incorporates strategic planning into the daily life of the organization and teaches organizations how to ask themselves the powerful questions necessary for leveraging their strategy as the litmus test for staying engaged, focused and aligned. Mary Kay uses humor, vulnerability and a little dose of reality to help her audiences see things through a new lens. She is an avid bicycler, sings the National Anthem at sporting events, loves adventure, stream fishing, hockey, and has two sons, Ben, 20 and Lucas, 18. Mary Kay also serves as the professional development chair on the ICF Minnesota Board of Directors.