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your team and your business

At Roam Consulting we focus on the leadership skills organizations need to thrive. Our consulting services are built around leadership development and essential leadership activities within an organization.

Whether you want to set a bold new direction, achieve sustainable results, or become the best leader you can be, we have decades of experience coaching leaders and facilitating groups to excel at working productively and thinking creatively together, as well as collaboratively creating their desired future.

Amanda Madorno, Owner and Principal of Roam Consulting, works with both nonprofit organizations and for profit companies to help them reach new levels of leadership, boost organizational performance, and deepen employee and stakeholder engagement throughout the Northwest.  Amanda’s extensive experience allows her to get to the root of problems and solve them with candor, professionalism and care. She guides organizations toward new ways of thinking and strengthening performance — from developing more effective leadership teams to formulating strategies that take you and your organization to the next level.  Depending upon the engagement, Amanda may work alone or with a group of consulting partners to deliver services personalized for each client.

If you want to move the dial on your leadership performance and organizational capacity, contact Amanda today.

Check it Out! Leadership with Horses in the News

Check it Out!  Leadership with Horses in the News

Amanda Madorno is an Equine Experiential Learning instructor who teaches people that the most effective communication relies on our non-verbal actions and personal motivations as much as it does rational thought and speaking. Having been around horses all of her life, Madorno operates the corporate leadership training company Roam Consulting, based at a quiet ranch outsideContinue Reading

Leading More Simply

Leading More Simply

Wow, 2014 already feels like a rapid-fire blur! The Year of the Horse has certainly galloped into spring. In many cultures, the horse represents leadership, freedom and movement, change and transformation, and enjoyment of life’s adventures. I’ve certainly felt that energy. It’s been a busy six months filled to the brim with wonderful coaching clients, strategic planning and meeting facilitation, and anContinue Reading