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Hello,

Yours truly and Susanne Mueller (a Columbia Coaching Program Grad from Cohort I) are featured in the current issue of Choice, the magazine of professional coaching. The theme of the issue is "Helping Leaders SHINE: How coaches bring out the best in leaders and their teams" - Volume 14, Number 1. To learn more about this issue, use the link below:

www.choice.online.com

I've provided a teaser of the lead article in the series I wrote entitled, "Perspectives on Leadership," designed to provide a short primer of the various ways the work of leadership has been conceived and researched in the academic literature. I've included a PDF of the article below: 

choice_V14N1_issue-feature-Terrence-Maltbia.pdf

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I would love to hear from you regarding the following:

  • General impressions of the article (any take-aways)?
  • What leadership theories, models, or frameworks do you use in your coaching?
  • What are resources (e.g., books, articles, etc.) have you found useful in understanding leadership and coaching?
  • What leadership trends are you noticing that could have an impact on the work of executive coaching?

I will invite Susanne to post her article as part of this discussion thread and join the conversation!

Regards,

Maltbia

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  • It was a great honor to be in the same publication as our Professor Maltbia.

    Writing and sharing about our experience as coaches should be considered. We all want to learn from each other and share our knowledge. Let's take that walk together.  My article is also added to this blog - love to hear from you? WIFFM -

    Susanne

    Susane Mueller - coaching - the leaders walk

    • Susanne,

      Thanks for sharing your article with our learning community.

      Maltbia

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