Maggie brings over 25 years of expertise in providing leadership development experiences. She is the author of Today for Tomorrow: A Field Guide to Scenario Planning.
Over the past 20 years Maggie has developed a distinct competence in helping leaders manage the future. She studied with the Global Business Network and has developed a practical approach for leaders to envision and plan for the long-term future.
Maggie is passionate about good facilitation and is recognized for her generative approach coupled with a spark of humor. Leaders who work with her appreciate the quick rapport she creates and her rapid grasp of the challenges they face. She has worked across sectors with organizations in diverse industries and geographies, from Boston to Bangladesh. For four years she co-delivered a global senior leader action learning program focused on accelerating innovation at a healthcare company that was cited by HBR.
Enabling innovation has been a strong theme in Maggie’s consulting. Her first career was in the performing arts. She’s a graduate of Pepperdine’s MSOD program and her research exploring collaborative creativity compared improvisation teams to corporate innovation teams