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I'm pleased to announce our 5th session in this new series has been confirmed and I will be co-hosting with another program alum, where we'll explore the important topic of "Coaching and Resilience" - I'm looking forward to it - she has really taken our "coach-specific project" from the program to the next level! Use the links below to pre-register for the morning or afternoon sessions. Hope to see many of you in the space!

Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Sule Kutlay, 3CP Alumni from Turkey

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - a | Friday May 29, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.


 Recording Link - Morning


The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - b | Friday May 29, 2020 | 4:00 to 5:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.


 Recording Link - Evening:


Slides and Other Supporting Sources

You can download a PDF of the slides for this session below. Also, to learn more about connections between "Coaching and Resilience" check-out Sule Kutlay's Blog on LinkedIn:

Session Slides....

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 5_5.29.20_Final.pdf


Planning Document with Chat Log...

The "Chat Logs" from both the morning and evening sessions are posted below - NOTE: these include those who attended the session (and location for future connections); the actual poll questions; emerging themes from poll questions; and insights during check-out; I sometime make notes on questions that emerged during the session that we did not see.

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_5.29.20.docx


Resource: Recent Conference Board Report:

As you learned in the Columbia Coaching Program, conext matters! The Conference Board, I think tank headquarted here in NYC, USA is a useful soruce for relevant data and resource on a vast array of organizational topics. I've attached their recent report, entitled "From Immediate Responses to Planning for the Reimagined Workplace: Human Capital Responses to COVID-19," which is full of data on: (a) various organizatinal responses to COVID-19 (mainly "immediate responses) and (b) importantly exploring various ways organizations are thinking about the future. This piece helped me reframe the current context from "going back to normal" (which I don't think will happen) to co-creating the future of work, and supporting organizations, and their leaders, in making this transition (for some) and transformation (for others) - I think coaching has a role for both!



NOTE: Please resources and tools you find useful related to the topic of resilience!




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  • I heard a discussion in one of the break-out room focused on ideas for convincing clients to source coaching in these challenging times - check out this article published in the WSJ about CEOs calling coaches!

    As Marshall Goldsmith said during the "Thinkers 50 Top Global Coaching" event in November 2019, the way to get our services used as coaches to, in his words, "Become More Famious!" His comment caused me to pause when I first heard it, because I became aware of my "gut" reaction - yet I get his point, being a great coach is not enough, the market has to know we are great coaches - so I've been thinking a lot these days about how we, members of the Columbia Coaching Community, can collectively can build a powerful brand in the coaching space!


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