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Joseph Weintraub

Professor

Faculty co-director at BEE of the Internal Coaching Certification Program,
Faculty Director of the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP),
Faculty Director of the UG MCFE Program
Academic Division: Management
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Bio

Dr. Weintraub is an Organizational Psychologist who focuses in the areas of individual and organizational effectiveness. He teaches and consults in the areas of leadership development, coaching, team effectiveness, human resources, and performance management. Dr. Weintraub is the Founder and Faculty Director of the Babson Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program. His work on coaching has received several awards including the “Management Development Paper of the Year” from the Academy of Management and recognition for innovative practices in business education from the Carnegie Foundation. He is the co-author of the books The Coaching Manager: Developing Top Talent in Business (Sage Publications, 2nd Edition, 2011) and The Coaching Organization: A Strategy for Developing Leaders (Sage Publications, 2007). Dr. Weintraub serves as Faculty Director at Babson Executive Education where he is the co-director of Coaching Inside the Organization, an innovative certification program for internal executive coaches. He works with companies around the world in developing leadership development and coaching programs. In addition to his work at Babson, Dr. Weintraub is also president of Organizational Dimensions, a management consulting and assessment firm based in Wellesley. His clients have included General Electric, Bose, Fidelity Investments, Serono, Children’s Hospital Boston, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Bowling Green State University
  • MA, Bowling Green State University
  • BS, University of Pittsburgh

Academic Interests

Management and Organizational Behavior; Organizational Behavior; Interpersonal Skills; Leadership Development; Organizational Culture; Coaching; High Performance Teams; Human Resource Management Strategy

Awards & Honors

  • 2005 - Charles C. Barton Term Chair
  • 2003 - Alumni Leadership Award for Faculty Service , Babson College

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • MFE 7510: MGMT CONSULT FIELD EXPER - PROJ LDR
  • MFE 3534: MGMT CONSULTING FIELD EXPERIENCE
  • MOB 3515: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Weintraub, J.R., Hunt, J.M. (2015). 4 Reasons Managers Should Spend More Time on Coaching (https://hbr.org/2015/05/4-reasons-managers-should-spend-more-time-on-coaching). Harvard Business Review link
  • Rao, J.A., Weintraub, J.R. (2013). How Innovative Is Your Company’s Culture?. MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring link
  • Weintraub, J.R., Hunt, J.M. (2004). Learning Developmental Coaching. Journal of Management Education, 28(1), 39-61.
  • Weintraub, J.R., Hunt, J.M. (2004). The Coaching Organization: Building a Learning Culture. Insights Magazine
  • Weintraub, J.R., Hunt, J.M. (2003). The Coaching Manager: Myths and Possibilities. Insights Magazine

Books

  • Hunt, J.M., Weintraub, J.R. (in press). The Coaching Manager: Developing Top Talent in Business, Third Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publishing link
  • Hunt, J.M., Weintraub, J.R. (2011). The Coaching Manager: Developing Top Talent in Business. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
  • Weintraub, J.R., Hunt, J.M. (2007). The Coaching Organization A Strategy for Developing Leaders: Sage Publications, Inc

Articles

  • Weintraub, J.R. (2014, August) Managing Poor Performers: What You Need to Know Before Taking Action. Babson Insight. link
  • Rao, J.A., Weintraub, J.R. (2013, June) To Innovate, Get the People Issues Right. Babson Insight. link

Others

  • Hunt, J.M., Weintraub, J.R. (in press). The Coaching Manager: Developing Top Talent in Business, Third Edition. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publishing link
  • Weintraub, J.R., Rao, J.A. (2014). Como está a cultura de inovação em sua empresa? (What’s Your Company’s Innovation Quotient?)
  • Rao, J.A., Weintraub, J.R. (2013). Becoming A More Innovative Culture: From Assessment To Action
  • Weintraub, J.R., Eisenman, E., Perkins, S. (2011). The Internal Coach Playbook link

Presentations

  • Accountability of Learning Outcomes for Internships: Using 360 Degree Feedback and More
    Weintraub, J. Accountability of Learning Outcomes for Internships: Using 360 Degree Feedback and More AACSB Assessment Conference: Driving Accountability and Innovation, Austin, TX (2015)

  • Weintraub, J., Hunt, J. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Babson College (2008)
  • Fundamentals of Effective Coaching: Developing Talent in Your Organization
    Weintraub, J., Hunt, J. Fundamentals of Effective Coaching: Developing Talent in Your Organization Professional Development Seminar Series(2005)

  • Weintraub, J., Hunt, J. Why Managers Don’t Coach and What to Do About it: Lessons from 2,500 Coaching Managers, Providence, RI (2003)
  • The State of the Art in Executive Coaching
    Weintraub, J., Hunt, J. The State of the Art in Executive Coaching , Seattle, WA (2003)
  • Building Coaching From the Inside: Can Managers Really Be Effective Coaches? Can Learning Take Place Between Peers?
    Weintraub, J., Hunt, J., Strei, K. Building Coaching From the Inside: Can Managers Really Be Effective Coaches? Can Learning Take Place Between Peers? Conference on Coaching for Business Results, New York (2003)
  • Fundamentals of Effective Coaching: Developing Talent in Your Organization
    Weintraub, J., Hunt, J. Fundamentals of Effective Coaching: Developing Talent in Your Organization Professional Development Seminar Series(2003)