Madeleine has always been fascinated with people and how they tick. Keen to study psychology, she instead followed the advice of a high school career counsellor (“you won’t like psych: too much maths”) and went into law. Now, well over 20 years later, she has brought all her rich professional and corporate experience with her and has come full circle. Madeleine is an extraordinarily talented coach and facilitator. With a massively valuable combination of skill, experience doing the hard yards, incredible intuition and a very grounded sense of both the sublime and the ridiculous, she works with extraordinary people and helps them to achieve extraordinary things.
Madeleine draws on her unique combination of experience as former lawyer with top tier firms in Australia and the USA and a major multinational corporation, as well as her work in boutique film production and as a soloist. She receives fantastic feedback on the results she gets helping people live at their best.
Madeleine is accredited with the Institute of Executive Coaching & Leadership and is a member of the International Coach Federation.
"If we did all the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves" - Thomas Edison
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