Dick Kilburg discusses the role of the coach in coaching leaders on their executive presence based on his presentation at the 2014 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference in an interview with Joan Ryan, Founding Fellow.
Dick Kilburg is CEO of RRK Coaching and Executive Development, a consulting firm based in Baltimore. He has authored six books: Professionals in Distress: Issues, Syndromes, and Solutions in Psychology; How to Manage Your Career in Psychology; Executive Coaching: Developing Managerial Wisdom in a World of Chaos; Executive Wisdom: Coaching and the Emergence of Virtuous Leaders; Virtuous Leaders: Strategy, Character, and Influence in the 21st Century; and The Wisdom of Coaching, co-edited with Dr. Richard Dietrich. He held positions in the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Pittsburgh as an Assistant Professor, as the Director of the Champlain Valley Mental Health Council, a community mental health center in Burlington, Vermont, the American Psychological Association offices of Professional Affairs and Public Affairs, the Human Resources Department of Johns Hopkins University where he directed the human resources development programs, and has been in private practice as a clinician and consultant. He was an Associate Professor, Director of the Masters in Business Administration/ Organization Development Program in the Carey Business School at the Johns Hopkins University from 2007-2010. He is the recipient of the 2002 Distinguished Contribution to Psychology in Management Award given by the Society of Psychologists in Management and the 2005 Harry and Miriam Levinson Award for Outstanding Contributions to Consulting Organizational Psychology given by the American Psychological Foundation.
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