Top Coach Margaret Greenberg

Published on June 19th, 2014 | by Nancy F. Clark

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Margaret Greenberg

Margaret is recognized by the International Coaching Federation as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). She is also a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach and is certified in a number of individual, team, and 360 assessments. 

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Margaret is a sought-after executive coach, founder of The Greenberg Group, engaging speaker, and a pioneer in the field of positive psychology. Margaret delivers highly interactive talks and workshops to business leaders on how to apply positive psychology to the workplace to boost results.
Margaret is also the co-author of Profit from the Positive.

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In addition, Margaret and her co-author, Senia Maymin, are the Positive Business columnists for Live Happy Magazine and have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Forbes Online, Entrepreneur Magazine, Executive Travel Magazine, The Huffington Post, Psychology Today, The Economic Times, and Talent Management Magazine among others.
As part of her commitment to life-long learning, Margaret graduated in the inaugural class (2006) of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania – the first graduate program of its kind that focuses on what’s right about people and organizations.

The Greenberg Group is a certified National Women’s Business Enterprise.

Nancy Clark is CEO of PositivityDaily and Director of Forbes WomensMedia. She coaches companies and executives in business skills with the added benefit of training in positive psychology and happiness -- incorporating the latest scientific studies on changing brain patterns and habits. Clark believes that positivity is the next necessary step to engage employees.

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Nancy Clark is CEO of PositivityDaily and Director of Forbes WomensMedia. She coaches companies and executives in business skills with the added benefit of training in positive psychology and happiness -- incorporating the latest scientific studies on changing brain patterns and habits. Clark believes that positivity is the next necessary step to engage employees.



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