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ICF Global Webinar - "Ethics Community of Practice - The Revision of the ICF Code of Ethics"

October 30, 2019
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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About the Webinar

Join the Ethics Community of Practice and Gürkan Sarioglu, PCC, on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 11 a.m. – 12 Noon (New York) as they explore the revisions to the ICF Code of Ethics. In this presentation, attendees will gain an understanding of the premises on which the ICF Code of Ethics is built. We will discuss what is new, what has changed and what has stayed the same in the latest code revision. 

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As of 2019 all Community of Practice webinars will be hosted through the ICF Learning Portal. To learn more on how to enroll and access the live webinars please watch, “How to Access Live Webinars” on our Learning Portals FAQ Page.

Please note: We are pleased to offer the ICF Global Communities of Practice as a member benefit. All live and recorded sessions are free for ICF Members. Non-ICF members will be charged a small enrollment fee to participate in each live and recorded session. Join or renew today to continue to take advantage of this great programming.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Gürkan Sarioglu, PCC. Gürkan worked in the ICT sector for 37 years as an engineer and CEO and several board positions. He was president of the ICF Chapter in Turkey between 2010 and 2012 and has also served on the Internal Regulation Committee and as the chapter’s Ethics Liaison. He serves on the ICF Independent Review Board (IRB) and is leading the current Ethics Code Revision team.

*This session has been tentatively approved for 1.00 CCE unit in Core Competencies.