Margie creates learning frameworks and tools that build individual, leadership, and organizational capability. Her 25+ year career is comprised of consulting and coaching roles at global, Fortune 500 companies, including Aon Benfield, Best Buy, US Bank, Merck, and Liz Claiborne. As an independent consultant, she has worked with business leaders and non-profits to build and sustain human resources strategies that achieve business outcomes through a focus on alignment and accountability.
Throughout her career, Margie has become known as a:
- Versatile, strategic and hands-on practitioner
- Collaborative business partner with stakeholders at all level
- Inspiring, action-oriented coach
- Connector of people to resources for professional growth and organizational success
Margie’s aim is to help people discover and leverage their talents to do their best work every day. As a professional coach, she brings wisdom, clarity, and support to people as they leap forward on the path to discover their strength and fulfillment.
Margie has extensive expertise in a wide array of organizational effectiveness practice areas:
– Leadership Development
– Employee and Stakeholder Engagement Strategies
— Talent and Performance Management
— Organization Design
— Career Path Development
— Individual and Leadership Coaching
— Learning Solutions Design and Execution
Margie serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Sholom Home, which provides a broad continuum of residential, social service and health care services for older adults, and is currently Chair of its Human Resources Committee. She holds a B.S. in Adult Education from the University of Minnesota, and a M.A. in Organization Development from Montclair State University, and is currently completing intermediate coursework towards certification with the Coaches Training Institute.