27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021

27th Global

Mentoring, Coaching, and Supervision Conference

12-14 May 2021


Angela Hill, Eve Turner, Prajña Paramita, Daniel Siles, & Dominique Soum Vergez

EMCC Global Ethics: it is what it isn’t, that makes it what it is with Angela Hill, Eve Turner, Prajña Paramita, Daniel Siles, & Dominique Soum Vergez

Theme: Related Fields

Area: Coaching, Mentoring, and Supervision

Style: Mainly Discussion

Type: Workshop

Session on 14 May 2021 07:00 UTC - View on timetable


Is it time we talked more to each other about ethics? Come join us in an open forum discussion on an increasingly relevant topic. Members of the EMCC Ethics WorkGroup invite you to join in and share your thoughts.


Angela Hill is the EMCC Global Ethics WorkGroup leader. An EMCC accredited individually coach/mentor  (EIA) at Senior Practitioner level, an EMCC individually accredited coach supervisor (ESIA), insightful senior coach practitioner, and HR FCIPD with extensive experience across diverse sectors.  She is head of coaching supervision and a professional coach with the OCM Group (leaders in coaching and mentoring). The OCM founder Eric Parsloe, was one of the original five founders of EMCC. Prior to Angela’s career as a coach mentor, she held a senior client relationship role for 16 years with a specialist, London based provider of outplacement, change management, well-being, and critical incident services.  Based in the North West of UK with an international portfolio, Angela has volunteered with EMCC UK from 2008 to 2010 and with EMCC Global since 2014, recently acting as a supervisor for coaches working with young entrepreneurs through the EMCC Global Social Responsibility programme  ImpactB4Income. Angela is committed to working with inspiration, creativity, and purpose for the greater good, embedding ethics into behaviour and choices in everyday coaching and mentoring practice.

Eve Turner is an award-winning coach, supervisor, and writer who is a leading contributor to industry research and actively engaged in pro bono work. She is on the EMCC Global Ethics WorkGroup, is an EMCC accredited supervisor, co-founded the Climate Coaching Alliance, and founded and leads the Global Supervisors’ Network. Eve‘s writing includes several chapters and two co-authored publications: Turner, E. and Palmer, S. (2019) ‘The Heart of Coaching Supervision – Working with Reflection and Self-Care’ and Hawkins, P. and Turner, E. (2020) ‘Systemic Coaching – delivering value beyond the individual’ which considers Earth as a stakeholder.

Daniel Siles has been a management trainer and consultant, and managing director at Synapsis Business and People Ltd (Madrid, Spain) since 2007. He lectures on Business Ethics at LEINN and is an associate lecturer and entrepreneurship mentor at EOI Business School and CEI Cardinal Herrera University. He has also been a doctoral researcher in organisational self-management at Mondragon University in Spain, since 2016 . Daniel is an EMCC Global volunteer in the EMCC Global Ethics WorkGroup since 2020. He has vast experience as a marketing manager at Beiersdorf Corporate HR and other companies.  Daniel is a native Spanish speaker, speaks fluent English, French, German, Catalan, and also some Romanian and Italian. He enjoys learning about different cultures and ways of thinking, loves the Mediterranean Sea and its cuisine, listening to classical music, and watching a good movie or TV series.

Prajña Paramita is an EMCC individually accredited coach/mentor at Senior Practitioner level and has worked for over 20 years as an Executive and Leadership Coach across sectors – public, corporate, NGOs, and media. Prior to coaching, her career encompassed diplomacy, public affairs consulting, strategic, and cross-cultural communication.   Her upbringing, education, and career has been global and multi-cultural.  She works primarily in Europe, but also covers most of the globe through virtual coaching.  She is passionate about ethics and its personal dimension of integrity making  it vital in the world of coaching. She is a member of the EMCC Global Ethics WorkGroup and the EMCC Global Regulation WorkGroup.