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TC’s Maltbia is Named IFC Coach of the Month

Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program and Professor of Practice in TC’s Department of Organization & Leadership, has been recognized by the New York City chapter of the International Coach Federation as their Coach of the Month.  

The IFC write-up describes Maltbia as “a leader in the emerging field focused on the science of human performance,” whose “multidisciplinary approach to executive coaching emphasizes integrating theory with practice drawing from social and organizational psychology, neurosciences (i.e., cognitive, social and behavioral), organization behavior, business management, and leadership research.  

Maltbia co-chairs the Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching's academic program standards committee and is a past recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering Diversity Practitioner Research. He has more than 30 years of industry experience in sales, sales management, organizational development and consulting.

Published Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015

TC’s Maltbia is Named IFC Coach of the Month

Terrence E. Maltbia, Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Certification Program and Professor of Practice in TC’s Department of Organization & Leadership, has been recognized by the New York City chapter of the International Coach Federation as their Coach of the Month.  

The IFC write-up describes Maltbia as “a leader in the emerging field focused on the science of human performance,” whose “multidisciplinary approach to executive coaching emphasizes integrating theory with practice drawing from social and organizational psychology, neurosciences (i.e., cognitive, social and behavioral), organization behavior, business management, and leadership research.  

Maltbia co-chairs the Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching's academic program standards committee and is a past recipient of the Academy of Human Resource Development's Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering Diversity Practitioner Research. He has more than 30 years of industry experience in sales, sales management, organizational development and consulting.

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