With 20 years" experience and over 1300 hours of coaching experience, Margaret is committed to working with leaders to bring out the best in themselves and create significant organisational change.
Margie has over 1300 hours executive coaching experience in over 30 government and private organisations. She has more than 20 years" experience as a senior executive in state, federal government and international agencies.
Margie has been a teacher, human resources executive and is a registered psychologist. She is a change agent and has facilitated significant organisational change in executive leadership positions that she has held in state and national government agencies, and overseas. Her work is grounded in extensive experience and knowledge of the complexity of contemporary organisations. Margie is a coaching supervisor for executive coaches. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (Australasia) Professional Standards Team and has been a Board Member of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders (SA) and the Uniting Church Commission for Community Agencies (SA).
Margie's strength lies in her deep understanding of how organisations, teams and individuals learn. Margie is deeply committed to working with leaders to bring out the best in themselves and others, and to create contexts within which people and organisations thrive. She works with warmth, humour and challenge to build the capacity of leaders at all levels to lead.
Margie uses an eclectic approach to her coaching drawing on a range of methodologies including narrative, relational, existential and cognitive behavioural. She adapts her approach in accordance with the flow of the coaching conversation and the needs of her coaching counterparts.