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As we start the 45 day count down prior to launching the 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference, October 19-21, 2016 | this discussion series will feature this year's keynote presenters! Amy Abel, PhD is Managing Director of Human Capital at The Conference Board, will share insights from 10 years of executive coaching research. What great way to frame an exploration of the Future Coaching, by "Looking Back to Go Forward: 10 Years of Executive Coaching Research." I see attached bio and session description. Stay turned for more updates...

Plan to join us to shape the future of Coaching! The 2016 Biannual International Columbia Coaching Conference will bring together a community of scholar-practitioner coaches, researchers, graduate students and others who operate in the boarder spaces of strategic talent development. The 3-day event will take place on the campus of Columbia University located in New York City, USA. 

To learn about the conference schedule, venue, speakers, and sponsors, or to register, please clink here: http://columbiacoachingconference.org

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  • 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference 2016 | Keynote Presentation Session - Part 2

    The 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference is now 30 days away (October 19-21, 2016) | this is the 2nd in the discussion series  featuring this year's keynote presenters! Richard E. Boyatzis, Distinguished University Professor and Professor in the Departments of Organizational Behavior, Psychology, and Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University, will get things started the morning of 2-day of the conference. Topic: Coaching for Sustained, Desired Change: Why Relationships, Compassion and Hope Matter! See attached bio and description for more information about this session. Stay turned for more updates...

    Plan to join us to shape the future of Coaching! The 2016 Biannual International Columbia Coaching Conference will bring together a community of scholar-practitioner coaches, researchers, graduate students and others who operate in the boarder spaces of strategic talent development. The 3-day event will take place on the campus of Columbia University located in New York City, USA. 

    To learn about the conference schedule, venue, speakers, and sponsors, or to register, please clink here: http://columbiacoachingconference.org

    • 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference 2016 | Keynote Presentation Session - Part 3

      The 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference is now 23 days away (October 19-21, 2016) | this is the 3rd in the discussion series featuring this year's keynote presenters! Marilee Adams, PhD is an author, organizational consultant and facilitator, executive coach and coach trainer, will be delivering our opening keynote presentation on Day One of the Conference. Topic: The Choice Map—An Integrative Model for Co-Creating the Future of Coaching, where she will share of framework we'll used throughout the conference to structure our exploration of the future of executive and organizational coaching. See attached bio and description for more information about this session. Stay turned for more updates...

      Plan to join us to shape the future of Coaching! The 2016 Biannual International Columbia Coaching Conference will bring together a community of scholar-practitioner coaches, researchers, graduate students and others who operate in the boarder spaces of strategic talent development. The 3-day event will take place on the campus of Columbia University located in New York City, USA. To learn about the conference schedule, venue, speakers, and sponsors, or to register, please clink here: http://columbiacoachingconference.org

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