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Please respond to all FOUR request—please speak in a general sense that is easy to understand by the masses…This should total to ONE Step 1) Consider this: One of the first lessons we learn in coaching and mentoring is that the coachee is in charge, and we must learn to respond to their preferred communication style, problem-solving style, behavioral conventions, etc. Step 2) Read this article: Rostron, S. S., van Rensburg, M. J., & Sampaio, D. M. (2009). Diversity, culture and gender . In S. S. Rostron (Ed.), Business coaching international: Transforming individuals and organizations (pp. 171-231). London, England: Karnac Books. Step 3) Answer the following questions below using question and answer (Q&A) format; in other words, include the original question along with your response. Within your post, support your responses with information from the background materials or reputable outside sources, and provide the full citation at the end. Use APA format for your references. Bring in your own personal experiences, readings, and research, where applicable. a. What challenges would you anticipate in coaching a person from a different national culture, ethnicity, gender, or race? b. What are ways to manage those challenges successfully? TWO Step 1) Consider that ethical dilemmas are called that because there is often not one clear-cut answer for what is right and what is wrong. The coaching relationship is fraught with ethical dilemmas, including: Emotional, behavioral, or personality issues with coachees (such as potential suicides or illegal acts) Emotional, behavioral, or personality issues with the coach (prolonging the coaching arrangement for financial gain) Failure to respect professional boundaries between coach and coachee (possible inappropriate personal involvement or abuse of power) Conflicts of interest among various stakeholders (such as failure to keep confidential information from management) Step 2) Read about the main ethical considerations governing coaches and coaching
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