Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP)
CLTP was designed to develop students’ interpersonal and leadership skills.
Coaches consisting of alumni, parents, graduate students, and staff take students through exercises dealing with ethics and problems that businesses encounter. After working through the cases together while being observed, students meet one on one with the coaches to receive confidential feedback. No grades. Just real-world awareness, connection, and networking.
CLTP provides undergraduate students with constructive developmental coaching on their leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills early in their careers. Developed by Babson Professors Joseph Weintraub and James Hunt, the program is closely tied to Babson’s undergraduate curriculum, with a focus on building self-knowledge and empowering students to help shape their personal development. Students take CLTP sessions twice throughout their careers at Babson: once as part of the firsty-year Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (FME) course; and the second time in the capstone Strategic Problem Solving (ASM) class, typically taken junior or senior year.