About Workplace Relationships
- Founded in 1997
- Broad and Global Scope of Services
- Over 30 Fortune 500 Companies
- Over 50 Privately Held Organizations
- Over 1000 Private (Individual) Coaching Clients
Our Vision Statement:
Our executive development process draws from a common nomenclature for describing and enhancing human behavior in the workplace that integrates individual development, team performance and cultural norms at all levels throughout the organization.
Some of the organizations where Maggie has done executive development work or been brought in as a featured speaker:
For speaking inquiries, please contact Charles Schneider, Chief Operating Officer: email@example.com
Articles and Reviews
The following is a selection of our firm’s articles on the importance of behavioral dynamics in the workplace that have been nationally syndicated in such publications as the Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune and the Bridge News Service and others.
Articles Featuring Workplace Relationships
- USA Today - June 2011 - Ignore your past at the risk of your future, career coach says
- BNET - June 2011 - How Your Parents Are Affecting Your Career
- Psychology Today - June 2011 - What’s Your Power Style?
- HBR IdeaCast - June 2011 - Know Your Power Persona
- MORE Magazine - June 2011 - Sneak Peek: Power Genes by Maggie Craddock
- Harvard Business Press - May 2011 - Does Your Power Style Support Your Job Search
- Diversity Executive - May 2011 - Power Players
- Harvard Business Press - May 2011 - What’s Your Power Style?
- CFO Magazine - November 2007 - Best Bet for Snagging a New Job
- Gotham Magazine - October 2007 - The CEOs Secret Weapon: Featuring the Top Six Coaches in NYC
- Harvard Business Review - February 2006 - Case commentaries from Stephen R. Covey, Maggie Craddock, Don Manvel and Eric Schmidt on The Nice Guy by Russ Edelman and Tim Hiltabiddle
- NY1 News - January 2006 - Looking For A Promotion? An Expert Has Some Tips On How To Succeed
- Forbes - December 2005 - Wall Street’s Big Paychecks
- BBC News BBC Radio - December 14, 2005 - Business Bulletin
- Fortune - November 2005 - Ask Annie
- New York Times - November 2005 - Career Couch
- Smith Alumnae Quarterly - Summer 2005 - Career Advice for the Young and Eager
- CFA Magazine - Jan-Feb 2005 - Trust Your Gut
- Psychology Today - November 2004 - Pursuing Your Dreams
- Citigroup 2003 - March 2003 - Citigroup
- Oprah Magazine - July 2002 - Seeing The Possibilities
- Reagan Report - 2001 - CEOs Get Real | pdf doc
- Forbes - April, 2006 - Are You Tone Deaf? | pdf
- Bridge - July, 1999 - The False Promise of Internet Investing | pdf doc
- Has Wall Street Lost Its Soul? | pdf
- THE BridgeNews Forum - December 1998 - The Human Factor – Shop Around When Choosing a Money Manager | pdf
- The Top Ten Lessons From Trading The Market That Can Also Help You Manage Your Career | pdf
Maggie Craddock is an executive coach who has worked with clients at all levels on the professional spectrum – from people entering the workforce to Fortune 500 CEOs. She has been featured on CNBC, National Public Radio and quoted in national publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune.
Maggie is the author of Power Genes: Understanding Your Power Persona and How to Wield it at Work (Harvard Business Review Press: June, 2011) and The Authentic Career: Following the Path of Self-Discovery to Professional Fulfillment (New World Library, 2004).
She has also written several nationally syndicated articles on behavioral dynamics in the workplace, and her work has been discussed in publications ranging from Harvard Business Review to Oprah Magazine. She was featured at Deutsche Bank’s annual Women on Wall Street conference in both 2002 and 2004 and is a popular keynote speaker at leadership conferences for her corporate clients and industry networking associations.
Before building her executive coaching business, Maggie worked for over a decade on both the buy and the sell sides of the financial services industry. As a Portfolio Manager at Scudder, Stevens & Clark, Maggie managed $3 billion in short-term global assets. She received two Lipper Awards for top mutual fund performance: Best Short-Term Multi Market Income Fund, ranked #1 by Lipper in a universe of 77 funds, and Best World Income Fund over $1 billion in size, ranked #1 by Lipper in a universe of 7 funds.
She also served as a National Director of Consultant Relations at Sanford C. Bernstein, representing the firm across all asset classes including emerging markets, domestic and international fixed income, and domestic and international equity to major consultants and pension fund clients nationwide.
Maggie received a M.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics, specializing in Capital Markets. She also received an MSW from New York University and is an Ackerman certified family therapist. Maggie holds a BA in Economics from Smith College.