Charter of ethics


Professional coaching is defined as a relationship in a defined period that allows the client to obtain concrete and measurable results in his professional and personal life. Through the coaching process, the client deepens his knowledge and improves his performance. The client clarifies his objectives and gets involved in the action thanks to the interactivity established between the coach and him.

The accompaniment allows the client to progress more quickly towards the achievement of his objectives, because the coaching relationship invites him to focus on his priorities and his choices. The coaching process focuses on the client's current situation and what he or she is willing to do to achieve their goals.

The coaching contract

This commitment is materialized by a written contract which specifies the objectives of the support, the estimated duration, the terms of refunds to the payer in case of tripartite relation and the tariff practiced. This contract is drawn up in compliance with the legal rules in force regarding the contract for the provision of services.

The coach is committed

The coach is committed to providing unconditional support to his client, helping him to optimize his abilities and resources in accordance with his request. It helps him to set motivating goals and to give the best of himself. He accompanies him in the implementation of the most effective means to enable him to achieve his objectives.

The coach is a trained professional

The professional competence of the coach is ensured by his specialized training in the field of coaching. He informs his clients about the nature of his training as well as the qualification (s) he has obtained.

The coach respects an ethic

The professional coach agrees to regularly use a supervisor, namely a peer, to take stock of his practice and continue to progress. It engages in a process of continuous improvement, participating in meetings between peers, to update its knowledge, to ensure a high level of quality to its customers.

The coach ensures that his intervention serves the interest of his client and ensures that he acts with a high level of integrity throughout the duration of the coaching relationship. If he does not have the competence to intervene in the field for which he is consulted, he refers his client to another resource person. Under no circumstances does he use the coaching situation for non-contractual benefits, be they financial, social or sexual.