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Columbia Coaching Certification Program

Columbia Coaching Certification Program

Department of Organization & Leadership

Advanced Coaching Intensive

Coaching for Human Capital Advantage


The Advanced Coaching Intensive is the final 5 days of The Columbia Coaching Certification Program. It wraps up the 8-month program with more advanced coach training, written and oral evaluations, individuals' project presentations and reflection of the C3P journey. The key benefits are as follows:

Key Benefits
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ESTABLISH Establish internal and external partnerships to ensure coaching systems and processes are contextually relevant, laser beam focused on individual and organizational needs, and generate measurable outcomes and results.
DESIGN Design coaching with other core organizational "people practices" (e.g., performance management, succession planning and business priorities).
ADAPT Adapt coaching approaches and strategies to meet the unique needs of specific populations.
DEFINE Define a coaching code of ethical conduct, accountability standards and performance metrics and indicators.
EXPAND Expand conflict resolution, negotiation and influence skills needed to address the resistance, objectives and multiple perspectives associated with successfully implementing the coaching process.

This Intensive builds on the knowledge and skills gained during either the Front-end Coaching Intensive and through the coaching practicum, with an emphasis on building effective partnerships between internal and external coaches.

After a review of ethical guidelines, professional standards, code of conduct and coaching competencies, this Intensive focuses on a variety of advanced coaching interventions, including: 

  1. Preparing Managers and Leaders for Coaching; 
  2. Assessing Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Coaching; 
  3. Integrating Appreciative Inquiry to Coaching Processes to Foster Individual and Organizational Development; 
  4. Coaching and Critical Thinking; 
  5. Coaching, Organizational Change and Performance; 
  6. Assessing, Measurement and Evaluation of Coaching Programs and Processes
    (Coaching ROI); and 
  7. Expanding coaching impact through peer coaching and group coaching.




Please read and review our registration and payment policies. If you have an questions or need assistance registering, please contact the coaching program at  or call 1.212.678.8240.

Registration is now live. Please note that we are unable to confirm everyone's seat until later this week or early next week as participation in the ACI program is pending the readiness audit.

To complete your registration and payment, please select one of the following options:

Advanced Coaching Intensive 
February 20-25, 2022
These dates are subject to change.
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ATTN: Dr. Terrence Maltbia

Teachers College
The Coaching Certification Program
525 West 120th Street, Box 50
New York, NY 10027

Make payable to: "Teachers College, Tax ID #: 13-1624202"
Include on memo line:"Index 111934"




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Terrence E. Maltbia

Cohort 26: February 20-25, 2021 (FECI Participants Who Enter Spring 2021)

*Program begins Sunday at 3:00pm  

Those interested in participating in the Advanced Coaching Intensive must apply to the Columbia Coaching Certification Program and must successfully complete either the External Coaching Intensive or the Internal Coaching Intensive or the . For more information please call: 1.212.678.8240


$8,000 for Cohort 24

Upon successful completion of each 5-Day Intensive, interested participants will be qualified to receive 4.0 CEUs. 

Note: Price is subject to change. 



The Advance Coaching Intensive will be in-residence at the Tarrytown House, a captivating experience set atop a Hudson River Bluff.  Located 25 miles from , the nation's first conference center was established in the in 1840. Tarrytown House is a Westchester Hotel & Landmark.  Click here for directions.






Participants may pay in full for the program, or may choose to make a $1000 non-refundable deposit which will secure their space in the program.