Confidentiality and Fear of Flying

  • 14 Jul 2016 10:28 AM
    Message # 4132520
    Anonymous

    During a coaching session with a male executive who has been selected for an international assignment to India you inadvertently learn that his wife has a devastating fear of flying. His wife and their 2 school age children plan to join him on this 2-year assignment. Your contract with the client requires you to provide a summary report along with an estimate of risk for international adjustment success for the individual and family. The long flight and potential for her to have to fly alone with her children to join her husband in India increases their risk factor.
     
    Should you inform the client company
    about her fear of flying?

Contact Us
P.O. Box 548
Wheaton, IL 60187-4729
847.893.9655

info@sietarusa.org

Wild Apricot theme design and development by Webbright