Christian Coaches Network International – Code of Professional Conduct

As a professional Coach and a Certified Master Christian Coach (CMCC) I subscribe to the Christian Coaches Network International, Code of Professional Conduct.

Members of the Christian Coaches Network agree to the following Code of Professional Conduct:

As a Christian Coach:

1. I hold myself accountable to the highest level of integrity, honoring Jesus Christ individually and corporately, in all my associations with clients and colleagues.

2. I will maintain complete confidentiality with my clients, within the confines of the law.

3. I will be clear with my clients about the nature of the coaching relationship, including structure, fees, refunds, expectations and guarantees.

4. I will never give a client’s name to anyone, for any purpose, without express permission. 5. I will give credit where credit is due for materials supplied by other sources, respecting copyrights, trademarks and intellectual property.

6. I will judiciously avoid conflicts of interest. If any should arise, I shall, without delay, inform concerned parties of my position.

7. I will represent myself honestly and clearly to my clients, and coach only within my areas of expertise.

8. I will actively pursue well being, wholeness, and continual learning in my own life.

9. I will refer a client to another coach if I am not within my area of expertise or comfort, so the client gets the best possible coaching.

10. I will honor my Christian values in my professional conduct, placing neither blame nor blemish on the name of Christ, the Christian Coaches Network or the coaching profession.

11. I will support Christian Coaches Network to further professional coaching among believers.

Certifed Master Christian Coach
Executive Coach, Gary Wood subscribes to this Code of professional conduct.

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