Margaret is a certified executive coach, international speaker, positive psychology pioneer, and co-author of THE BUSINESS OF RACE: How to Create and Sustain and Antiracist Workplace and Why It's Actually Good for Business (McGraw-Hill, August 2021). She is also the coauthor (with Senia Maymin, MAPP '06), of PROFIT FROM THE POSITIVE: Proven Leadership Strategies to Boost Productivity and Transform Your Business (McGraw-Hill, 2013). She also leads a Certificate Program by the same name which is rated among the top 12 positive psychology courses you can take online.
Margaret is the owner of The Greenberg Group, an OD coaching and consulting firm she founded in 1997, after a fifteen year career in corporate HR. For over three decades now, Greenberg coaches executives (primarily in the financial services and technology sectors), and their teams using the science of positive psychology to create diverse, strengths-based, and purpose-driven workplaces.
Margaret loves to write. She is the "Positive Work" columnist for Live Happy magazine, a contributor to Positive Psychology News and the MAPP Magazine, and a positive workplace blogger on LinkedIn. Her latest series, "The Workplace is the Perfect Place to Discuss the Undiscussables" and "The Year of Working from Anywhere in the World", can be found on LinkedIn.
Her MAPP capstone, "Optimistic Managers and Their Influence on Productivity and Employee Engagement in a Technology Organization", has been downloaded over 18,000 times. She also teaches in the Masters of Positive Leadership at Universidad Tecmilenio in Monterrey, Mexico and Mexico City.
She and her husband live on a lake in central Maine with their pug Bear. They have two grown daughters who are contributing to the fields of education and healthcare.