Frank Maloney, MBA, CPCC

Frank
Maloney
, MBA, CPCC
Professor

Biography

Frank Maloney is a consummate, passionate and inspirational leader, teacher and transformation professional. Prior to teaching at George Brown, his career experience spanned Fortune 500 companies and multiple industries, including account management positions with Unilever, Roche Pharma, General Motors of Canada and Nissan Canada as well as eight years in the recruiting profession. He has been a fulltime professor at George Brown in the Centre for Business since 2002.

Frank has four self-published books to his credit as author and another three as editor. He became a Certified Life Coach in 2008 and helps clients transform through writing, speaking and one-on-one sessions. His style is direct yet supportive and his classes are dynamic and engaging.

Academic Credentials

Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Coaches Training Institute, 2007

Master of Business Administration, Strategy, International School of Information Management, Colorado, 2001

First year of MBA program (part time), McGill University, Montreal, 1999

Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing, McGill University, Montreal, 1991

Areas of Specialization

Business and Presentation Skills

Professional Selling

Negotiation Skills

Business Concepts

Successful Social Relations in a Changing World

Areas of Expertise

Life Coaching

Inspirational Speaking

Recruiting

Sales Training

Editing

Writing

SelfPublishing

Event Organization and Delivery

Career Highlights

2002-Present – Full-time Professor, George Brown College, Centre for Business

2001-2002 – Part-time Professor, George Brown, Seneca, Georgian and Humber

1999-2001 – Recruiter, Anderson Associates

1997-1999 – Area General Manager, Infiniti Nissan Canada

1994-1997 – District Sales, District Service, OnStar Manager, GM of Canada

Other Activities

2014-2015 – Case Writer, Ontario College Marketing Competition (OCMC)

2004-Present – Coach for two different sales events at OCMC, taking the bronze medal in 2014

2014 – Developed and piloted new George Brown College soft skills course, GHUM1087

Awards

George Brown College Student Association Best Teacher Award, 2004