Bob Bonnevie Acknowledged for Efforts with Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program
Professor Bob Bonnevie of the Management Division has received the newly-renamed Joseph R. Weintraub Leadership/Staff Award for his many contributions to the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP). This is the top leadership/staff award the Babson Alumni Association presents and was awarded during the Babson Alumni Awards Ceremony this fall.
The award was renamed this year the “Joseph R. Weintraub Leadership/Staff Award” to honor Professor Joseph Weintraub of the Management Division for his service and contributions to Babson and the Alumni Association. Weintraub is the faculty director of CLTP which was also recognized at the Alumni Awards Ceremony by Alumni Association President Howard Brown and Babson President Kerry Healey for its 20th anniversary of delivering confidential coaching and feedback to every Babson student in the areas of leadership, teamwork, oral communications, listening, decision making and ethics.
Bob Bonnevie is a lecturer in the Management Division at Babson College. Bonnevie is a licensed psychologist with extensive experience consulting to both the private and public sectors. In addition to his clinical and career counseling background, Bonnevie’s areas of expertise include workplace interventions, inclusionary leadership, and coaching executive management. He is the Founder and President of the Palmer Group, Inc. in Framingham, MA where he develops, markets, sells and delivers an array of career management and organizational development services.
Coaching for Leadership Program
Started in 1997 by award-winning Babson professors Joseph Weintraub and James Hunt, the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP) provides undergraduate students with constructive developmental coaching on their leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills early in their careers. The one-on-one coaching students receive is given by trained volunteers from a wide range of career backgrounds.
Student sessions are broken down into separate programs for first-years and juniors/seniors, and take place every spring and fall semester.