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The Columbia Coaching Learning Association (CCLA) exists to serve as a community of practice for CCP Program graduates as well as scholars, practitioners, scholar-practitioners, researchers, students, talent management professionals and others who are interested in the study and practice of executive and organizational coaching in the context of Columbia’s Coaching Foundations and our core belief that coaching enhances both organizational performance  and human potential.

Together, we seek to leverage the power of imagination and co-creation by convening conferences, conducting and disseminating research, developing advanced learning opportunities and offering collaborative e-forums for networks of coaches to stay connected. 

We welcome all those who are currently enrolled in, or have completed, the Columbia Coaching Certification Program to join, as well as, those of you who are part of the broader community of coaches and other talent management professionals. Not a member yet? We invite you to join now to create a profile and add a profile photo!

This website is intended to provide a space for CCLA members to connect with each other as scholars, practitioners, scholar-practitioners, researchers, students, and key stakeholders. On this site you will also receive regular updates on plans for the Columbia Coaching Program's 3rd International Conference in 2018!

One of the best ways to leverage the power of this site is to use the "What's Happening" or "Member Comments" sections below to share your thoughts and ideas with other CCLA members.

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  • When will the submission page for the Conference be up?

  • Call For Volunteer: Academic Co-Chair, 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference - Gentle Reminder!

    We are seeking a co-chair with an academic background, to partner with Dana Kirchman (who has agreed to serve as Practitioner Co-Chair) and me (serving as the Conference University Sponsor) for our 2nd conference. Please use the link below for more details posted in a discussion thread in the "Member Blog" area:

    http://cclacolumbia.org/blog-post/call-for-volunteer-academic-co-ch...

    Please alert me of your interests, as outlined in the description via the above link, by Monday October 26th if possible.

    Hope to hear from from interested parties soon and thanks for your consideration!

    Regards,

    Maltbia

  • The Team Coaching Zone is hosting a special three-day intensive Systemic Team Coaching Certificate Training Program on January 18-20, 2016 at The Columbia University Club in New York City! Learn more by clicking the link below:

    http://cclacolumbia.org/blog-post/systemic-team-coaching-certificat...

  • Call For Volunteer: Academic Co-Chair, 2nd International Columbia Coaching Conference - Time Sensitive!

    We are seeking a co-chair with an academic background, to partner with Dana Kirchman (who has agreed to serve as Practitioner Co-Chair) and me (serving as the Conference University Sponsor) for our 2nd conference. Please use the link below for more details posted in a discussion thread in the "Member Blog" area:

    http://cclacolumbia.org/blog-post/call-for-volunteer-academic-co-ch...

    Please alert me of your interests, as outlined in the description via the above link, by Monday October 26th if possible.

    Hope to hear from from interested parties soon and thanks for your consideration!

    Regards,

    Maltbia

  • Two Columbia Business Professors new book, "How Learning Creates Growth," outlines a number organizational and economic trends that are relevant for establishing the business case for executive coaching (i.e., frame the value of coaching from the perspective an executive). Use the following link to learn more:

    http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/chazen/globalinsights/node/295

  • I just this post on reflective thinking. Great information, thanks for sharing.
  • Krish, I finally got a chance to read the piece you shared back in May (thanks)! Good work, I found the 3 practices described useful (i.e., pause, journaling, and meditation). Adult learning theory outlines 3 focal areas that can be explored during reflection using the strategies you've noted, i.e., reflecting on content (i.e., the "what"); process (i.e., the "how"); and premise (i.e., the "why").
  • Just wanted to share my post on reflective thinking. I think as coaches, a key purpose that we knowingly or unknowingly serve is to help our clients develop this key capability.
    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/signs-road-krish-iyer?trk=prof-post

    I do hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it :)

    Cheers,
    Krish Iyer
    ACI Cohort XIII
  • I found this article helpful to describe the robust state of executive coaching in the oil and gas sector in Alberta, Canada http://www.albertaoilmagazine.com/2014/09/lonely-top/

    Linda Parsons (Cohort XII)
  • Hello, When will the conference presentations be available please?
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SAVE-THE-DATE!

  • The 3rd International Columbia Coaching Conference will be held on October 17-19, 2018!

Call-For Proposals

Use the link below to:

  • Learn more about submitting a proposal to proposal for the 2018 conference;
  • Download the "call-for-proposal" document; and
  • Keep up-to-date on conference developments.

http://cclacolumbia.org/coaching-conference/3rd-international-columbia-coaching-conference-discussion-blog-an

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2018 Conference Steering Committee Updates

We are in the process of staffing the 2018 conference leadership team. To date, the following individuals will be working with me (Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia), in my role as Institutional Conference Sponsor:

  • Fernando Yepez, Academic Co-Chair (2nd term);
  • John Schaffner, Marketing and Branding (2nd term); and
  • Liane Kemp, Conference Program Committee (2nd term - first year leading the entire program).

Big thanks to the following individuals who served on the leadership team for 2016, each playing important role to ensure the 2nd conference was a success! 

  • Dana Kirchman, Practitioner-Co-Chair (her 2nd term | will continue to support our work in various ways during 2018);
  • Robert Levey and Keiko Muromatsu, Program Co-Chairs (1st Term - will continue to leverage their knowledge);
  • Robin Schletter, Strategic Sponsorship Chair (2 terms - will certainly seek out her consultation); and
  • Loretta Donovan, Events Planning and Operations Chair

I also want to acknowledge Jean Frankel and Maureen Solero, our 2014 Conference Co-Chairs, for their leadership in launching our very 1st conference!

Also, big thanks to our  2016 sponsors!

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2016 Conference Sponsors

Many thanks to the following organizations for their support in ensuring that our 2nd conference is a success!

PLATINUM SPONSORS


www.aiirconsulting.com



www.birkman.com

http://www.teamcoachingzone.com/

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