Terrence Maltbia


Terry is an Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University, as serves as Faculty Director, Columbia Coaching Programs. He is co-chair of the Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching’s (GSAEC) academic program standards committee. Dr. Maltbia received AHRD’s Malcolm Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award for his pioneering Diversity Practitioner Research. He has over 30 years of industry experience in sales, sales management, OD, and consulting.


Coaching the Whole Person—Empowering Individual and Organizational Performance via Neurosciences at the Core!
Selected literature is reviewed (i.e., thinking styles, experiential learning, and structured dialogue) as a basis for building bridges across select academic disciplines to inform the redesign of Columbia University’s coach preparation program, as well as, establishing a platform for expanding the practice of executive and organization coaching beyond one-on-one interactions (e.g., peers, groups, teams, and organizational cultures). The ultimate aim is grounding evidence-based practices for coaching the whole person (i.e., head, heart and hand).

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