Magali has worked in strategic change, learning and organisational development, human resources, and talent management for over 17 years, designing and implementing strategies to effectively build and develop people, team and organisation. Magali has deep expertise in culture and transformation, team turnaround, talent development and change management acquired at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Boston Scientific, Motorola and a couple of digital start-ups. As a business owner she worked with ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) listed companies like Arnotts (with her partner Generator Talent), Boral and Dimensional Fund Advisors on team dynamics and performance.

Recently her passion for workplace and how it impacts people performance took her to work on a major workplace transformation developing a specific skillset around New Ways of Working and work style awareness.

As an executive coach she has a relentless compassion to help individuals and teams achieve their potential and bring their whole self to work in order to achieve superior performance and sustainably serve their purpose. Magali helps her clients create clarity, alignment and resilience by aligning the emotional (heart), mental (head) and physical (core) dimensions of the individual, teams and organisation.

  • At PricewaterhouseCoopers, Magali was part of the CEO-handpicked core team that created buy-in from the local partnership and aligned them behind the new vision, values and strategy.

  • At Boston Scientific, a leader in medical devices, Magali worked with the C-suite to execute the post merger integration of Guidant in Australia and New Zealand, then drive an enterprise-wide cultural change program that received international recognition in the firm and an award from Human Synergistics. Magali also turned around low performance and disengaged teams by coaching team leaders and facilitating workshops with the team.

  • At Motorola,Web players Wokup and Reef, Magali worked with senior management on large-scale recruitment, transformation and cost-cutting programs.

Magali ways of working is adapted to the project and client requirements and generally include a balance of solo work and active interaction with clients and stakeholders. She enjoys team work, group facilitation, individual and team coaching, research and product development.

  • Magali earned her Post-Graduate in the Neuroscience of Leadership from the University of Middlesex, and focused her research on “Executive Women in the workforce, The Work-Life Balance from Inside”. As part of this research, Magali developed a ‘7 Weeks Challenge’ to kick-start rapid personal change for talent retention and wellbeing management.

  • Magali is an ICF trained coach at the Institute of Executive Coaching & Leadership in Sydney.

  • Magali is accredited to deliver training on The Change Cycle™ which is an amazing tool to understand the impact of change ion self and teams and support growth through change.

  • She launched a substantial culture assessment using Human Synergistics’ LSI and OCEI OEI  including developing vision, mission and values 3 years later the organisation received a Transformation Award and 5 years later the Sustainability Award.

  • Her preferred leadership assessment tool, The MEWS Managerial and Executive Wellbeing Survey (MEWS®), now called GLMS, is a data driven measure of wellbeing designed exclusively for senior leaders and their teams.

  • She recently joined the Growth Edge Coaching certification pathway with a strong focus and adult development and interview technics.

  • Magali is a 500 hours certified Yoga coach and teacher by the Yoga Alliance, she uses it to train her clients in mindfulness, breathing technics to improve resilience and movements to reduce stress.

When not working with clients or researching complexity, systems, mind body science and organisational performance, Magali enjoys precious time with friends and family, travelling & discovering sustainable design and ideas.

Her passion is for the outdoors and whenever she can she loves nothing more than a long journey through nature trekking with her family. She was lucky to be able to experience it in the Sahara Algerian desert, Indonesia volcanoes, Venezuela, Patagonia, Tasmania (Overland Track), New Zealand (Routeburn and Abel Tasman) and Iceland (Laugavegur).  You might also meet her on a kayak in summer, on a ski field as she started snowboarding or under water attempting to go below 10 meters in free diving which she find really challenging and the perfect way to check how well her own resilience practice is doing.

After some detours Magali is currently living with her family in Vancouver between the water and the mountains a life long dream comes true after discovering the sound at age 8 watching Danger Bay! Who gets to have a compass so strong and curious that it allows to maintain the cap like this!

One day she will take friends and clients in wilderness maybe in the South Island of New Zealand to share with them the transformative power of outdoor experiences.

Working with Clients globally since 2013

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