Maureen Moriarty, MA (Applied Behavioral Science in Consulting/Coaching in Organizations) brings over 30 years’ leadership experience designing and implementing business strategies and leading teams. Maureen has broad and rich experience having worked with the big Fortune 100 companies to many mid sized and small businesses in the Seattle area in a wide variety of industries and fields. She is a professional accredited coach of the prestigious Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara and has taught leadership/team development courses for faculty and staff at the University of Washington and Bellevue College. Many consider her to be Seattle’s expert coach in the arena of “emotional intelligence”.
Popular Seattle business columnist. Maureen’s “Workplace Coach” column ran for over 5 years for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer (one of the most popular columns in the paper). It continues in the Puget Sound Business Journal and online as a blog in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer online business section. Maureen has spent her life as a leader from serving in high school/college leadership positions to winning the national award for designing and leading the best teenage pregnancy prevention program in the country. She is a regular speaker/presenter for business organizations and leadership conferences throughout the Northwest.
Positive training evaluations. Participants love Maureen’s trainings. She has trained thousands of Seattle based professionals and does not have a client that wouldn’t provide a referral for her services. Numerous clients of Pathways to Change credit Maureen for her humor, lack of “corporate speak” and her ability to connect with training participants who leave with practical understanding and skills to be more effective in their positions and careers. Training evaluation comments often include, “best training I have ever attended”. Maureen has several clients who credit their work with her as “saving” their careers.
Maureen hails from northwestern Montana and is an avid horse rider, red wine aficionado, lake swimmer, hiker and lover of Border collies and Corgis. She is currently working on bringing horses and clients together experientially to work on skill building with emotional intelligence and leadership development. Stay tuned!