... an executive coach and consultant who partners with leaders and organizations as they embrace their dream, dig deep, and dive in to what's possible!
Using a positive psychology approach, clients identify their strengths, what's already working, and find ways to do more of it. Clients increase self-awareness, lead with a growth mindset, and enhance their professional brand.
Clients become creative as they imagine what could be, and quickly move to action. Ambiguity is an opportunity to focus on what matters and discover what's possible.
Partnering on major change is a sweet spot. Leading the people side of M&As, spin-offs and partnerships, she's supported and guided executives through the transition phases. Clients say that her wit and sense of fun help to keep things in perspective!
As core member of Columbia University’s Executive Coaching Certification team, she leads global participants in executive coaching knowledge and skill development to add to their professional offerings. A side benefit is a continued focus on her own coaching skills!
She's held Chief HR Officer, Business Partner and talent development roles in financial services, start-ups, M&A, investment banking, securities, construction lending, and technology. She's served leaders across the US, Australia, Japan, England, France, Philippines, Hong Kong and Singapore.
As a continuous learner, Margaret finds ways to disrupt herself and try new things. She's earned Columbia University Executive Coaching Certification; ICF PCC; Oxford Brookes University Coaching Supervision Certification; IONA College MA in Communication; Brooklyn College BS; NYU Professional Certificate and MBA coursework.
Sample clients: IPG, GroupM, BCG, Ross Stores, 1010data, Xerox, IHS Markit, Omgeo; DTCC, JPMorganChase, Deutsche Bank, FRBNY, Panasonic and McCann.
Assessments: NBI® thinking preferences, Hogan, Hogan 360, Birkman, EQ-i 2.0, Six Team Conditions.
A Brooklyn, NY native, she is passionate about time with her family, downhill skiing, golf and cooking with friends.