Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia's Posts (60)

Columbia Coaching Learning Community, 

Our "Virtual Connection Spaces" (VCS) series continues to be a vechicle for Columbia Coaching Certificatino Program (3CP) alums and friends of the program, to share, learn, and grow together. Since hosting the launch on April 10, we have completed a total of 14 VCS sessions and starting with the 2nd, all sessions have been Co-Hosted and lead by a 3CP alum. The cycle has been 2 sessions per mouth and we have sessions confirmed through November. 

This series will continue as long as program alums, and members of the broader community are willing to  share their knowledge and experience by co-hosting a session. We you are interested in doing so, indicate by either "commenting" to this discussion thread below and/or by sending me an email (Maltbia@tc.columbia.edu) - replying to this post first would be better. If you have recached out me (already) and I have not gotten back to you, your message has most likely gotten lost in the "black box" that is my email inbox. So, please do try again via this post. 

I've learned a lot from co-hosting these sessions and doing so, as only confirmed the talent and caliber of our global, learning community. Look forward to hearing from many of you for future sessions! 

Regards, 

Maltbia 

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Topic:  Coaching for Executive Presence | Co-Host: Susanne Mueller, 3CP Alumni, Cohort 1 | Summer 2008 | November 20, 2020 (9:00 AM & 7:00 PM)

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XVII - a | Friday November 20, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEuc-uppj4qE9P5tppvlLBbdr9L-TexmKM4

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XVII – b | Friday November 20, 2020 | 7:00 – 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErfuqsqjspH92zlxcWSQExQw4CByqJnz-L

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Topic: Team Coaching | Co-Host: David Matthew Prior, 3CP Core Team (9:00 AM & 7:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.)

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XVI - a | Friday November 6, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIrfuihpjgrHtADuwrSJyNrqs9XDXXY6RTx

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XVI – b | Friday November 6, 2020 | 7:00 – 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctf-qqqDwoE9NIwH4SnNQuBIYwBmFTCiM5

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

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Topic: Coaching for Career Reinvention | Co-Host: Rafael Sarandeses, 3CP Alumni, Cohort 22 | Summer 2019 – Spain (9:00 AM & 4:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.)

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Link to Morning Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/e-eufn4PIgCX9--puT-3RKZKBNyHkIDTGtmCMpIdIDgyKwz2qFWHFPTjyr8glUknd3pXEEGtxIJDtpBR.eqsFmUld2aYCPbyL

 

Link to Evening Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/b7uzcoSW4b8iG71h2SYIpQJKThv0qa37SQJj6hSGcy_S3cIJUh-NeNWvKSe-2cUfdgnLWVXoeEXnqzLe.XNx3gwl0T1VMwrxU

 

Download PDF of Session Slides_Including Menti.com | Below...

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 15_10.23.20_Final.pdf

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XV - a | Friday October 23, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrduCgqz8sH9fd06JUfII-d29xPgGeKQFw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XV – b | Friday October 23, 2020 | 4:00 to 5:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAqceqtpzgjHNGwwGOA3AdBqJ1_h60TenwH

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Topic:  Coaching for Cultural Transformation | Co-Host: Bruno Raynal, 3CP Alumni, Cohort 16 | Summer 2016 – French & Mexico (9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.)

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

Zoom Link from Morning Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/SDN9FEaWjuYoMaC825cH0F7YHWG404d1Cf-zZx7c4-QyJYf4wrmaD3HqtRLQdlIrRv7mBauFUtzNFefo.odrf-BJD3GUt6VQy

 

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XIV – b | Friday October 9, 2020 | 5:00 to 6:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

 

Zoom Link from Afternoon Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/9GUwySxi-hKAToWHLkDMD8IXYAyWWzE_rfnHANHNZVQ6fmpiUBXphDdFPVk-_8IXGv3f6zKD5nUt8GE.04Ok7VtvVoMIcsDE

 

NOTE: Use the link below to download a PDF of the Slides from the Session: 

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 14_10.9.20_Final .pdf

 

NOTE 2: Also, use the link below to access session notes, including the Chat Logs (Morning & Afternoon), along with Burno's Reflections and Insights: 

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_14_10.9.20_Final Update 10.18.20.pdf

 

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Columbia Coaching Columbia,

Greetings from Brooklyn, New York, USA and Happy Hump Day!

Yesterday I was pleased to confirm the 13th session for our "Virtual Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community!

On Friday September 25, 2020 (morning and evening session) I will be joined by Co-Host and 3CP alum Holly Wright (Cohort 18 | Summer 2017). The focus will be on "Values-Based Coaching." An case could be made  that values are relevant throughout the coaching process, I would agree - AND - in the context of The Coaching Coaching Process values are especially activated during Phase I-Component 2 (Develomental Frames); Phase II-Component 2 (Exploring Options); and Phase III-Component 2 (Growth and Renewal). Join us on September 25th to examine these connections further. The dates, times, and pre-registration information below.

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XXIII - a | Friday September 25, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEsc-2urzwjGd2uk-rq0Iu26dQ6Dqadyv4-

Link for Morning Session Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/uNC8q5KOHMYeKdN1qycJ_Rpu6JN1EbhXouHMMxF775du29lOkZS2UrTjVjMtopJzCRjYN7BsRiNIiLH5.XJlXxiLU3jI9I5uV

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XIII  - b | Friday September 25, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvfu-urDkiGNO7vicevKKFmOY99TWcWN5u

Link for Evening Session Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/rF0Cx_j53RUSjv3BWuztVmB5ozcX3B8HJnBPPb_Bo8ow2JFw4XzK-VA4jrdfAaBXodTnY_vmnpE0180D.X21R9MYzYykzC1fa

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NOTE: You can use the link below to access/download a PDF of the Session Slides (that include poll results):

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 13_9.25.20_Final 9.26.20.pdf


NOTE 2: You can now access the session notes (including chat log with logs of rich comments during the sessions, and Holly's follow-up notes) - great way to keep the learning going! 

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_13_9.25.20_Final Notes 10.17.20.pdf

 

Stay turned for additonal notes and resources related to this sesion!

 

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I'm pleased to announce the date for our 12th session in the series for September 11, 2020 as our new series continues to build momentium. I'll be co-hosting this session with Erwin Valencia, 3CP Alum, Cohort 16, focused on "Applied Neuroscience | Regulation Practices for Coaches and Clients ." The times and pre-registration information below.

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - a | Friday September 11, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAvf-CtqDwsGtL8yKcF8zY1GYYiIrHjqHAu

Zoom Recording of Morning Session:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/V8r9LIGzV3dNDUpGSUU0GBtJHHBm3-iJjs-DpxFqlfSuRriO8NUVlzosHeeecBLGN3qsdPWGYX1gvazs.fFR52MY7pE3EX4Rk

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take V - b | Friday September 11, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckfuqgqDgrEtfrm8oFqjugiqeU6aqB7Idh

Zoom Recording of Evening Session:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/Ntr8JAzsPIhEe6K1YMoVXwV85F5ETj6FqtcF7vx0exD6eRzYALNMrDNiobbEzyZceptMq4-37XUgA5ZT.3iH4YbxFqTQj7RF3

 

Slides: Use the link below to download a PDF of the Session Slides:

VCS_S12_ Applied Neuroscience for Coaching Leaders and Teams - Erwin Valencia_Final_9.11.20.pdf

 

Session notes, including the chat log on being processed.

 

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I'm pleased to announce the date for our 11th session in the series for August 21, 2020, where I'll be co-hosting with Jim Frawley, 3CP Alum, Cohort  14, focused on "The Role of Belief Systems in Coaching." The times and pre-registration information below.

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Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Jim Frawley, 3CP Alum from the U.S. | Cohort 14

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XI - a | Friday August 21, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pcuqrqTgrGNRbq9DWwSHReDQYLbZ9UDAl

Morning Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/vpUtduqh-zs3TNfGsgSDV_57W9W8LfishHdM_vpfyEewVnQHNlShZrREYOPb_Kn6-snuKELNb9U1virn

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take XI - b | Friday August 21, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYsce6trz8uE92HOcdCU2JFOLYFYOL-Ni6o

Evening Zoom Recording:

https://vimeo.com/450470128

 

Session Slides

Use the link below to download a PDF of the slides used to guide the session:

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 11_8.21.20-v2.pdf

 

Session Notes

Use the link below to access the MS Word document that includes the chat log from both the morning and evening sessions, along with post-session comments by Dr Maltbia and the Session Co-Host: Jim Frawley, Bellwether via C3P

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_Session 11_8_21_20_v4.docx

 

 

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On Monday June 8th, The Adult Learning and Leadership Network @ Teachers College, Columbia University hosted  Dr. Stephen Brookfield, an international expert in the areas of adult learning, adult teaching, critical thinking, discussion methods, critical theory as well as critical pedagogy and teaching race delivered a powerful and hard hitting virtual presentation to Adult Learning and Leadership students, alums, and the extended community.

Highlights: He started by outlining core assumptions that guide critical theory and its application via critical thinking; provided a degree of conceptual clarity on an often emotional charged and misunderstood phrase: "White Supremacy;" and importantly, he concluded his remarks by sharing approaches for engaging in work for race talk!

Professor Brookfield is a friend and amazing adult educator, visit his website to access his research and related resources:

https://lnkd.in/eEtk4G2

Below is the link for the recording from this event:
 
(Password: 2n$06e+1)
 

 

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We're on a roll confirming additional session as part of our "Virtural Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community" - Peers Learning and Sharing with Peers - so cool! I'm pleased to announce dates for our 10th session in the series for August 7th, where I'll be co-hosting with Inna Post, yet another 3CP alum focused on "Stress Management Coaching." The dates, times, and pre-registration information below.

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Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Inna Post, 3CP Alum

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take X - a | Friday August 7, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcofuihrTosE9w2Oz1CYPH9nIAhV2Rh43dq

Zoom Recording from Morning Session (NOTE: 1st Half only):

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/tJ0kcL3-_D43G93GtgSDBqNwW464Kqqs0yEY-PIOy0nnAHUHNlalZ7NDMbENiqLoJVdOFkRNa3EBtTiD

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The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take X - b | Friday August 7, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvcO6grTMuGNx7sJcbSym8ETOtTPG4ohqs

 

Zoom Recording from Evening Session (NOTE: Recording Started During Polls - missed the virutal check-in):

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6Jx-Ir2vrmg3HoCQuQSDC_96W47vKq-s13UY__ZcyEnhUSRQM1qvY-RAMLc5OvelH6IX4AiE8-umGsk6

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Session Resources:

Use the link below to download a PDF of Slides...

Final Version With Notes - VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 10_8.7.20_v2.pdf

 

Use the link below to download the Session Notes (including chat log)...

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_Session 10_8.7.20.docx

 

Inna Post lead a practical and groundedd useful session where she shared a number of  cognitive behavioral approaches to stress managment. There are a nember of rich comments found in  the "Session Notes" - feel free to review, share observations and insights, and/or raise additional questions, or contribute additional resources you've found useful via "Commentings" to this post.

 

 

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The hits just keep coming for our "Virtual Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community! I'm pleased to announce dates for our 9th session in the series on Friday July 31, 2020, where I'll be co-hosting with 3CP alum Dennis Volpe focused on "Coaching for Transitions." The dates, times, and pre-registration information below.

Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Dennis Volpe, 3CP Alum

Focus: "Coaching for Transitions"

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IX - a | Friday July 31, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUufuGtqD4iHNDpZhnwRknlfLb8KMbSHNrS

 

Recording of Morning Zoom Session:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/uJd-Ib_6pzM3TtCS4wSDCvF8W46-L_ms1yUb_6cJn0rmW3lWN1unM-ESYLYi656xCvZMDAmYn7zuFAGd

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IX - b | Friday July 31, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUuce6orz0pE9YvItvXsQWUWWC7Ll4_GtJh

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting [NOTE: Recording of Evening Session currenlty unavailable - we'll post when processing is complete]

 

NOTE: Use the link below to access a PDF of Session Slides:

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 9_7.31.20_v3.pdf

Also, you can use the link below to access the "Session Notes," including the chat log (with comments from Dennis and Terry) from the Morning Session - we'll update conce evening session recording is processed:

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_Session 9_7.31.20_v4.pdf

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It's so exciting to see so many program alums step-up to lead sessions in our "Virtual Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community! I'm pleased to announce dates for our 8th session in the series for July 10th, where I'll be co-hosting with another program alum on "Guided Conversations: Coaching and Beyond." See times, and pre-registration information below.

Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Dana Barbara (Roman), 3CP Alum Cohort 23

Focus: "Guided Conversations Framework: Coaching and Beyond"

 

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

 

Morning Session Zoom Recording [NOTE: We only recorded the first 20 minutes - forgot to release the "pause" after the Break-out Rooms - view the evening recording for the full session]:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/usYsI-igqTg3HIGc5QSDBKN_W9TpfKms1XIYqaVcnUvmByUAOwGub-EXZeIASxIDSpfwBTXFQQUDq2bR

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VIII - b | Friday July 10, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Evening Session Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/u5YkcL_5_203T92U5QSDVKBxW467f6Ks1yUX_qUMy0awW3QFZFv0YbURYusr4oardCi3phyTxtm7SuzC

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Session Notes and Resources:

PDF of the Session Slides (evening session - same content):

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 8_7.10.20_v2.pdf

 

PDF of the chat notes from both the morning and evening sessions, along with the actual "Poll Questions" from the session:

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_Session 8_7.10.20_Version 2.pdf

 

Resource: AHRD Conference Paper That Provides Literature and Research Support for: (1) Learning From Experience (the experiential learning cycle applied to coaching; (2) Coaching Competencies Questioning and Listening; and (3) ORID as an enabler to questioning and listening competences:

Questioning and Listening_Maltbia et al_2010_v2.pdf

 

Resource: Journal Article on "Levels of Reflection," Including ORID:

Levels-of-Reflection ORID.pdf

 

Resource: Useful "think piece" entitled "Cultivating Collective Conscience wih Transcedent Self-Presence | A Guided Dialogue Method (includes a discussion on the orgins of, and core components of ORID):

Guided Dialogue Method ORID.pdf

 

Tool: Guided Conversation Structure and Sample Inquiry:

Guideline Conversation Structure and Sample Inquiry .pdf

 

More resources to follow. Please share comments, observations, and feedback in the "comments" section below.

Regards, 

Maltbia

 

 

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I'm pleased to announce the date for an additional session in the session for June 19th (NOTE: changed from June 26th), with an important topic "Uncertainty Coping: Tools for Executive Coaches" - session Co-Host is Ignacio Etchebare, 3CP Alumi from Argentina! Specific specific times and pre-registration information below.

Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Ignacio Etchebarne, 3CP Alumni from the Argentina

Focus: "Uncertainty Coping: Toolkit for Executive Coaches!"

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VII - a | Friday June 19, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvdO-urDMuHtzfRWeuLqYl8cMXzPmnxlaO

Link to Morning Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/uZR_Jbiorj03GdyTsgSDAaB7W421KK6s13JI86Jfz0i3VCJXN1CjY7MTYOvAHOmprfSex01jPqpBdeUn

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VII - b | Friday June 19, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0sdu-vrzosGtTNV7yieSaYU_9vTTxtmw76

 

Link to Evening Zoom Recording:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6JJ_f-n5-Gk3E92SswSDAvV7W42_KPmshiVMqfAEmUjmBnQHNFKhZ7FDZuVCaXsIxN-RT4CoOcnigJ4l

NOTE: a PDF of the slides for the session are available via the link below; this blog will also be the place to access additional session resources and materials.

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 7_6.16.20 Update - 3.pdf

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Columbia Coaching Learning Association (CCLA),

Happy Sunday and Happy Monday's Day!

The communication below was sent out yesterday via the CCLA/NING platform to all program alums - there are important elements that I would like to share with our boarder learning communication, specifically: (a) 2 upcoming professional development events and (b) exciting plans for a "CCLA Board of Directors 'Re-Start' - to take the organization to the next stage of growth - Please Read!

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Professional Development

This can be the perfect time to invest (time and energy, where possible money) in your own on-going professional development. For example, most  weekday mornings between 11:30 AM to Noon (Eastern Standard) Marshall Goldsmith has been hosing guests on various topics on LinkedIn live - these are free, quick, yet useful. Since learning about these 4 weeks ago, I've been able to attend at 3 per week and really look forward to them. During, what were "normal times" I can't remember ever attending to my own professional development in such a consistent way - this is sometime I plan to change moving forward.

There are two upcoming professional development events I want to make you aware of (1 free and 1 @ low, discounted rate for CCLA members, given that we are one of the co-sponsors). For both, you'll need to, you guested, go to the CCLA/NING site for session information and registration information, including a "discount code" for the ICF event:

NYC Chapters of ICF & SHRM June 3rd Virtual Event (7:00 to 9:00 PM Eastern Time | U.S.): Building Coaching Cultures: Who, What and How | Use The Link Below for Event and Registration Details | NOTE: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia will be monitoring this all-star panel focused on organizational coaching | BE sure to use the CCLA discount code before registration: 4RQILSVT

 

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Keynote: Renée Robertson, PCC, VP, Coaching in Organizations, ICF


ModeratorDr. Terrence Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice, Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP), Teachers College | Columbia University, 

Panelist

  • Brian Underhill, Ph.D., PCC, Founder & CEO, CoachSource, LLC
  • Stephanie Licata,  M.A., ACC,  VP, Executive Coaching Practice at Purpose & Performance Group | OD Consultant | Executive & Career Coach
  • Debra Hamilton, SVP/Chief Learning & Development Officer, Fulton Financial Corporation
  • Jennifer Paylor, Leadership and Management Development, People Engineer, IBM Corporation

 

Link For More Event Details and To Register:

https://icfnycchapter.org/event-3830995

 

Graduate School Alliance of Education in Coaching (GSAEC): Invitation to June 4 Virtual Event (11:00am – 12:30pm Eastern Daylight Time (US) Scholar-Practitioner Campfire Chat - Coaching Across Cultures | Use The Link Below for Registration Details - This is a Free Event. NOTE: The Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP) is an Instituational Member of GSAEC so by include "Columbia University" as your instituation and note whichever of the following best applies to you as your "status" -  "Student, Current Participant, or Program Alum. Again, use the link below for times, a lists of panelist, session description and registration details.

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Agenda

  • Introduction: About GSAEC, About the Scholar Practitioner Campfire Chats
  • Coaching Across Cultures: Perspectives from Scholars and Practitioners
  • Facilitated Roundtable Discussion
  • Close and Coming Attractions

Featured Scholars and Practitioners

  • Ana Maria Reyes, PhD | CEO and President, New Worlds Enterprise, Inc. | Affiliated Faculty, University of Pennsylvania
  • Lisa Rock, MCC | Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer | Neuroleadership Institute
  • Terrence E. Maltbia, EdD | Associate Professor of Practice | Department of Organization and Leadership | Columbia University
  • Gina Chaney, Inclusion and Diversity Business Lead for US Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

 

To Register (Remember to name "Columbia University" as your Instituational Affliation

There is no cost to attend but pre-registration is required to attend the meeting: Click here to register.

 

 

NOTE: If you are aware of upcoming events that you believe our community would be interested in, post them in the "Member Blog" area of the CCLA site.

 

Growth of Our Learning Community

I would like to close this communication, with something that is near and dear to my heart - that is the intentional growth of our learning community. I don't simply mean growth by numbers, that is actually happening, with each passing year.

A bit of historical context...

When, what is now, The Columbia Coaching Certfication Program (3CP) was conceived during the Fall of 2006, there we three core design guildlines: (1) we structured a 1-year long program that combined two, 1-week residential coaching intensives on the front-end and back-ends of the program, with an 8 month, technology-enabled, field-based practicum, as to attract both a national and international participant base (vs. regional); (2) residential intensives would focus on introducing the theory/research behind a given coaching practice; move immediatedly to recorded application (i.e., try-out and observation) in fishbowls with laser feedback; with the practicum period designed for client application and reflection; given this design, the ideal cohort size was 26, with a maximum capacity of 34 - yet 30 would be better); and (3) offer the "front-end intensives on an open-enrollment basis, yet given this was a "graduate-level" professional credential, offered by a Research 1/Ivy League university, "acceptance" into ACI would be based on meeting theshold requirements and "full-certification" based on meeting all program requirements within a 60-day window post ACI - thus the expectation, was, and still is, with in-takes of between 50 to 60 per Cohort, the expectation was that 25 to 34 from each in-take population would be "readiy" for ACI within the window of the practicum period.

Overall, with a number or refinements along with way, all three of these factors have proven true since launching our 1st Cohort during the Fall of 2007, attending ACI in the Summer of 2008, and completed certification in the Fall of 2008. Regarding the first point, between 25 to 35% of a given Cohort resides outside of the U.S., this international participant based provides a level of cultural richness to the experience. Now in our 13th year, the program's intake across 24 Cohorts has grown from our 32 in Cohort 1 (ECI - 20 participants and ICI - 12 Participants or 32 in Total) to an average in-take in the past 5 years of 50 per cycle, or a growth rate of about 36 percent. During this same time period, our ACI Cohort size has increased from 20 in Cohort to an average of 33 during the pass 5 years, or growth of about 39 percent - a level that exceeds our desired upper range of 30, yet slightly under our maximum capacity - the program is where it wants to be in terms of enrollment and ACI attendance levels, in the past 5 years we've worked to improve the certification completion rate post ACI - and canceling the Spring In-take for Spring 2020 has provided to space for us to reach back to those who have done so, to encourage them to try to complete this unfinished business between now and the next cycle with Cohort 24.

The above is "growth numbers" regarding The Columbia Coaching Program - in terms of the broader CCLA - community, as of today (5.10.20) there are 1,297 people on this site: (a) 518 of our 679 program alums (or roughly 76% of those who have completed ACI) - efforts are underway to increase the percentage here, it was 150 in 2014 when we launched, and 448 in March when we started the current outreach campaign; (b) 182 who completed The Front-end Coaching Intensive (ECI or ICI), this number is lower than it had been, because removed those that have completed ACI from this list to reduce "double counting;" (c) 587 "friends of the program" - this category includes alumni from various Columbia Degree Programs interested in coaching; as well as, the boarder coaching and talent management community, along with prior Conference Attendees - NOTE: over the years many people learned about the coaching program this way (so we are currently reviewing this category for those actually attended ECI, ICI, and/or ACI - to again avoid double counting); (d) all 11members of the program's core facilitator team; and (e) 6 external examiners.

Opportunity to Grow Connection and Engagement Levels...

So, enrollment and ACI attendance growth has been realized in our 13 year history, and as founder director of the program, I'm please with a number of our collective accomplishments:

  • Chief among them being the program's reputation, when I go to coaching industry related events numerous people tell me about the "great things" they've heard about the program and many say they refer people to our program, having not attended themselves;
  • Creation of the Columbia Coaching Learning Association (CCLA), in preperation for our 1st International Columbia Coaching Conference, the Board of Directors at the time, formally incorporated the organization, applying for, and receiving non-profit status - this provided a structure to really expand the financial position from organizing a few "assessment certifications" each year, to the revenues from a bi-annual conference - the organization is now well positioned for its next level of development; and
  • International Coaching Conference, there are many accomplishments to be proud of that are the result of volunteer leadership teams planning and implementing, what has become a "must-attend" conference event for those who operate in the scholar-practitioner coaching space | Accomplishments include: (1) confernence attendance growing from slightly under 200 in 2014, to over 300 in 2016, and well overall 400 in 2018; (2) publishing e-proceedings for our 2016 & 2018 conference; (3) being the "co-editor" of a special edition of "Systemic Coaching," the theme of the 2018 in a peer review - "Philosophy of Coaching Journal" (consistent with the program's committment to contribute to the knowledge base of professional coaching) | see link for access to this issue: https://philosophyofcoaching.org/ [NOTE: look for Volume 4, Number 1 (May 2019)]

As I intentionally prepare for retirement in, or before, 2030 (which sounds like a long way off, yet as you know time flies), I have two priorities related to the program: (a) identify and help with the transition of my successor and (b) support the work of building a highly connected and engaged 3CP alumni base - I personally believe, the later is as important as the former.

Call-to-Action:

If nothing else, launching the "Virtual Connection Spaces" serie for The Columbia Coaching Learning Community has reinforced my belief that if you provide a structure for motivated, smart people to engage, they will do the rest - our experience with our 3 international coaches is also evidence of this fact - our community desires connection, we lack the structure to make it work in a sustainable way. Yet, the good news, CCLA is now in a financial position to do just that, we simply need alumni to take the next steps! There are three things are people can do to help put the foundation in place for building a more connected and engaged alumni base:

  1. The first is easy: (a) makes sure your CCLA/NING profile is up-to-date; (b) and reach out to any (all alumni) you are in contact with and ask them to do the same in the next 2 to 3 weeks; and (c) respond to our request to update a more "comprehensive" professional profile when we migrate to the new Hivebrite CCLA site;
  2. The second will require more effort: when Margaret McLean (program alum and member of our Core Facilitator Team) sends out a "call-for-volunteers" to help build out the new site, raise your hands if time permits - the more of us who work on a few tasks, the sooner the entire community will benefit from the potential this platform will offer (something I've been personally wanting for over 10 years); and
  3. The third, is the most important, and that is, consider taking on a Leadership Position in what will be a CCLA Board of Directors "Restart" to take the next level of growth!

If you are not a program alum, one way you can get involved in priority project of the organization, is take avantage of the many volunteer opportunities for The 4th International Columbia Coaching Conference (postponed to October 2021 from October 2020 due to COVID-19) - including serving as a: sub-committee chair (i.e., papers, experiential learning sessions, and coaching demonstrations); proposal reviewer; and/or onsite logistics team volunteer. Stay tuned for various "call-for-volunteers."

I've crazy busy these days myself trying to grade papers and projects as the end of the Spring Terms comes to an end, while preparing for the Summer Term (teaching 2 classes) with a short transition period in between. Yet, I'm finding the time to support the "Virtual Connection Spaces" series and the Hivebrite project, because: (a) I now see the connection series as a valuable way to reengage our learning community (as evident by seeing people from nearly every Cohort attend these 1-hour sessions) and (b) I don't think this is ANYTHING more important to the future of both the program and the CCLA than getting this platform running, which in term, will allow both the CCLA BODs and Conference to reach our greatest asset, our alumni community. While, as an off the charts R1, there is a list of things I would rather do, yet I can't think of one, based on my 13 years of leading the program more important - some I'm going to be laser beam focused on this in the next 60 days in the limited time I have to volunteer.

NOTE: that while leading the program is part of my role @ Columbia, the conference nor any other activity associated with alumni work is not, so when it comes to this track of work, I'm a volunteer just like the rest of you, and like many of you, I choose to spend my time on this work, where there are other things I, as you, could be doing! Thanks for all of you who have served (and continue to serve) in the past, on the CCLA Board of Directors, on The Conference Leadership Team, Conference Sub-Committees, or even co-hosting our recent connection spaces. And I look forward to working with the next group who I'm confident will raise their hand to serve our learning community.

Regards,

Maltbia

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The Graduate School Alliance for Education in Coaching (GSAEC) announces the second complimentary. As a member of GSAEC, The Columbia Coaching Learning Community (i.e., students, faculty, alumni, and staff) are invited to join the discussion on June 4, 2020 from 11:00am-12:30pm EDT (US) focused on "Coaching Across Cultures." 

Please see below for additional information to share with members of your institution about this no-cost opportunity, including the logistics, overview, agenda and the link to register

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GSAEC Scholar-Practitioner Campfire Chat

When: June 4, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:30pm Eastern Daylight Time (US)

Location:  A secure Zoom meeting link will be sent to registered attendees.

POST EVENT NOTICE: The slides from our June 4 webinar are attached (see link below), and you can watch or download a video recording of the session

GSAEC_SP Fire Side Chat_June 4_Final Share Version.pdf

 

Session Overview

The GSAEC Scholar-Practitioner Campfire Chat is designed as a collaborative venue for GSAEC members to share research-related successes, barriers and plans; the group will also support guest attendees as they navigate their scholarly journeys.

GSAEC is an association of institutional, individual and student members that leads the way to strengthen the discipline and practice of coaching through quality graduate-level education and research. The peer support initiative is aligned with GSAEC’s mission to build, sustain and support a collaborative community of coaching scholars and practitioners.

To Register

There is no cost to attend but pre-registration is required to attend the meeting: Click here to register.

 Agenda

  • Introduction: About GSAEC, About the Scholar Practitioner Campfire Chats
  • Coaching Across Cultures: Perspectives from Scholars and Practitioners
  • Facilitated Roundtable Discussion
  • Close and Coming Attractions

Featured Scholars and Practitioners

  • Ana Maria Reyes, PhD, CEO and President, New Worlds Enterprise, Inc. | Affiliated Faculty, University of Pennsylvania
  • Lisa Rock, MCC., Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer | Neuroleadership Institute
  • Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, EdD, Associate Professor of Practice | Department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Gina Chaney, Inclusion and Diversity  Business Lead for US Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Moderators

  • Kent Blumberg, PhD. | University of Phoenix | Director of Operations, GSAEC
  • Charline S. Russo, EdD | Affiliated Faculty, University of Pennsylvania, Vice President, GSAEC

 

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Our new "Virtural Connection Spaces" series for the Columbia Coaching Learning Community is building momentum, I'm pleased to announce dates for our 6th session in the series for June 12th, where I'll be co-hosting with another program alum focused on "Coaching The Whole-Person by Amplifying Heart and Body Work." The dates, times, and pre-registration information below.

Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Mari Kent, 3CP Alumni from the U.S.

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VI - a | Friday June 12, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUkdOivrDspHNY9_RIfgid6itQibuW6M8yq

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Morning Recording Link
https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6ZcpJOr7pj43EoeR4gSDU6R7W47vJ6us23QW8_MOzU20UCRVYQb0ZOBDZOeFNdPuk0ya-lZyoTm0U8O5

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take VI - b | Friday June 12, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0lfuyurj4vGdMdJtq-m-_uMrKIfu8-YtZU

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Evening Recording Link:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/tJR8c7itqzM3S4GQ4wSDV_5_W9TvK6us1CEZ8_EJxU62BiRVN1ehYeQWYOCbSC-u30z_vTRCdmEJTOLk

 

NOTE: Use this link to download a PDF of today's slides:

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 6_6.12.20.pdf

NOTE 2: Use the link below to download "Chat Log" with the collective of insights served by all attendees during the session - I always pick up a few important "ah has" from these notes that I did not access during the live sessions.

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_6.12.20_With Chat Log.pdf

 

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2 LinkedIn Articles Related to the Theme of Whole-Person Coaching:

Columbia University’s Mind, Brain, and Behavior Institute Provides Empirical Basis for Transforming Executive and Organizational Coaching!

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/columbia-universitys-mind-brain-behavior-institute-provides-maltbia/

 

The Neuroscience of Executive & Organizational Coaching | Reflections on June 7, 2018 Event Co-Sponsored by ICF-NYC Chapter & CCLA!

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/reflections-june-7-2018-event-co-sponsored-icf-nyc-chapter-maltbia/

 

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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

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/u8Asdbqr_Dw3Tt2VswSDU_N8W9Toequs0iYarPVbxBnnUSYBY1OkY7cWZLDmBgIrTp4UDG2X8HBOYMII

 

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:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/uZUqJuz9pzk3SYXBsASDAqQtW9S8eKysgScd-PFenUywUXlVNwGkMOERMOOoCJJEI8My3avNdTL0D4rg

 

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:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/superpower-resilience-executive-coaching-builds-honest-sule-kutlay/?trackingId=cNuDqtFLThu7N9cezc%2FByQ%3D%3D

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!

TCB-Planning-for-the-Reimagined-Workplace.pdf

 

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

 

Regards,

Maltbia

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CCLA,

On June 3, 7:00 - 9:00 PM (Eastern Time, U.S.A.), I (Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia) will be partnering with ICF NYC and New York City SHRM to dive into what it takes to build a thriving coaching culture in organizations.This virtual event will bring together coaching, talent and human resource professioanl to look at key implementation factors along the program development spectrum.

Whether an organization is just starting out, scaling at peer and team levels, or integrating coaching into their DNA and standard business practices, the event will explore what’s needed for success.

The Program: 

Keynote: Renée Robertson, PCC, VP, Coaching in Organizations, ICF
ModeratorDr. Terrence Maltbia, Associate Professor of Practice, Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program (3CP), Teachers College | Columbia University, 
PanelistBrian Underhill, Ph.D., PCC, Founder & CEO, CoachSource, LLC
Panelist: Stephanie Licata,  M.A., ACC,  VP, Executive Coaching Practice at Purpose & Performance Group | OD Consultant | Executive & Career Coach
Panelist:  Debra Hamilton, SVP/Chief Learning & Development Officer, Fulton Financial Corporation
Panelist: Jennifer Paylor, Leadership and Management Development, People Engineer, IBM Corporation

Learn more and register at:

https://icfnycchapter.org/event-3830995

NOTE: be sure to use the following code during registration to receive the CCLA member price: CCLA - 4RQILSVT

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Our next Columbia Coaching Program Learning Community "Virtual Connection Spaces" session is scheduled for Friday May 15th (there will be a morning and evening session as per our pattern), registration links below. I'll be Co-Hosting the session with 3CP alum Anabel Suarez from Spain, where are focus will be moving from truma to growth through emotional regulatio! Hope to see you in the Space.

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IVa | Friday May 15, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJclc-qupzovEtAjPw_OTU0E2ZPEWGKrCOWH

Recording of Morning Session [NOTE: I failed to pause the recording for the breakout rooms, during the morning session - after the 29 min. mark, fast fwd to approx. the 52 min mark for the session wrap-up]

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6MErc7qq-zs3E9XGswSDBqQtW9S4Jvms1SVL-vRexRu0ByUBMAahZLFEM7EHdQOVUbtR82p7fgEWfPQr

 

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IVb | Friday May 15, 2020 | 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtcOqgrj4oGtK-o3gBh3tvkv8nqxdmXQjR

Recording of Evening Session

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6ZF-c-mgqzg3E4HH4gSDVPR8W9W5Jq6shiZP-PQKyUyyBXcGY1qjM7oRZOObJU4BsT7qUxx1rY04fuM8

 

NOTE: Slides for May 15th Connection Space Sessions....

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 4_5.15.20.pptx

 

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Co-Host: Dr. Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director & Dr. Deep Bali, 3CP Alum

We are excited to hold our 3rd virtual conection spaces session with Dr. Deep Bali, who will focus on "Leveraging Whole-Brain Thinking in the Context of COVID-19!"

NOTE: Registration Information for the Morning and Evening Session is Listed Below:

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IIIa | Friday May 1, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 AM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUsduGopjojGdxQtmOdHheVqjQflwuXPgHf

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The Columbia Coaching Certification Program | Global Learning Community Check-in | Take IIIb | Friday May 1, 2020 | 9:00 to 10:00 PM Eastern Time U.S.

Registration URL:

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEucumqrjMjH9AzVpxKUa9eOjw5BDHeOBQ-

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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NOTE: you can download a PDF of the session slides below | links to the session recordings, as well as, addtional resources will be posted after the session.

VCS_Columbia Coaching Community_Session 3_5.1.20_Participant Version.pdf

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Saturday May 2, 2020 Updates:

We've included recordings for both the Morning and Evening Sessions below:

Morning Zoom Recording Link [Gallery View]

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/6ZUqJLr7qG43E9acsgSDUP4tW9XpL_is1ihP-PcEzE6wBiMCZgKjZbdAYeqtpRisZaXJOdQTiV0bdiG7

 

Evening Zoom Recording Link [Gallery View]

https://teacherscollege.zoom.us/rec/play/tZV4dr-tpzk3GdPEsgSDBqUtW9W6fa6shice-6YFxE_kVHQKNlHyY-dBMLZV8a3N-7VNjBBdsS8vMCLx

 

You can also download a PDF of the Session Planning Document that includes the Poll Questions and Chat Log from both sessions:

Virtual Connection Spaces for Columbia Coaching Certification Program_5.1.20.pdf

 

Deep shared two additional resources in support of the session: (1) "Whole-Brain" Tips for Work and Home (he created) and (2) Accenture Study on Whole-Brain Leadership:

Whole brain tools.pdf

Accenture-Strategy-Whole-Brain-Leadership-New-Rules-of-Engagement-for-the-C-suite.pdf

 

Feel free to: (a) share related resources as part of this decision thread and (b) post observations and insights from the session. See you in The Space - Registration for the May 15th Session is now open!

Regards,

Maltbia

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