Join Dr. Krister Lowe and leading organizational coach, Dr. Terrence Maltbia, for this week’s episode of The Team Coaching Zone Podcast. Dr. Maltbia is the Faculty Director of the Columbia Coaching Certification Program and an Associate Professor of Practice for Adult Learning & Leadership Programs in the Department of Organization & Leadership at Teachers College Columbia University. Since joining Teachers College in 2006, he has become internationally recognized as a scholar practitioner in the areas of strategic learning; executive and organizational coaching; global leadership development; and emotional, social and cultural intelligence.
In this special two part episode, Terry shares reflections and insights on the interdisciplinary nature of team leadership coaching as well as on the emerging frontiers of the coaching field. In Part 1 - Episode #032, Dr. Maltbia shares reflections on establishing the Columbia Coaching Certification Program, on Theories of Change, on the Interplay between Executive and Team Coaching, and on his approach to Team Leadership Coaching. In Part 2 - Episode #033, Terry shares a Challenging Team Coaching Case from his coaching practice involving a sales team and its leader, shares a range of penetrating insights on Team Coaching Competencies, shares his thoughts on Process Consultation, and a visionary perspective on the Future of Executive & Team Coaching.
This is a very rich episode and both executive and team coaches will discover a wealth of practical insights, lessons learned and recommended resources for taking their coaching practices to the next level. Terry's visionary insights about the coming of age of the coaching field and the new frontiers that are emerging are truly thought provoking. These are two essential episodes that you will surely not want to miss!