Margaret Greenberg

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Margaret Greenberg is the coauthor of the business book Profit from the Positive: Proven Leadership Strategies to Boost Productivity and Transform Your Business. She is a sought-after executive coach by Fortune 500 companies. In 1997, after a 15-year career in corporate HR, she founded The Greenberg Group, a consulting firm dedicated to coaching business leaders and their teams to achieve more than they ever thought possible. A pioneer in the field of positive psychology, Margaret also designs and leads workshops, webinars and conferences for business audiences and is an expert on creating strengths-based organizations. Margaret's research has been featured in the popular Gallup Management Journal and she is a regular business contributor at Positive Psychology News. She has also been interviewed by national media outlets in the United States (Entrepreneur magazine) and Canada (The Globe and Mail). She holds a B.A. in sociology from the University of Hartford, a Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania, and is recognized by the International Coach Federation as a professional certified coach. Margaret lives in Connecticut with her husband and two dogs.

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