Lasting and positive change for leaders and their organizations.
Conversations that matter. Process that works.
Inspire and motivate your team to higher levels of performance.
Perhaps you’re facing a complex challenge or grappling with a tough, new problem and you need fast, effective results aligned with your business strategy. Or you’re committed to leadership development and have invested in your team –yet there’s a more high-performing level of team you’d like to achieve.
To move the dial and get a new view on your leadership, work with Amanda Madorno of Roam Consulting LLC. Amanda’s focus on emotional intelligence (EQ) as a foundation for leadership excellence helps you gain personal insight and clarity, achieve a new level of business impact, and create connected, cohesive teams ready to solve thorny problems. Whether working individually with you, or together with your team, an exceptional experience awaits.
Successful and innovative leadership with horses programs are more than just trainings or teambuilding activities. Focused on building EQ competencies in you and your team, they leave you with powerful, transformative and lasting leadership results.
When you work with Amanda, you can count on something great happening.
Because when it comes to leadership, she gets it. And she gets you.
Here are just some of the wonderful clients with whom we work, often on a repeat basis.
Finding Leadership Inspiration I enjoy coaching leaders like Maor. He wasn’t at a crisis point in his career. In fact, he’s at the top of his game. He didn’t ‘need’ a coach, he wanted one. He was interested in how coaching could develop his insight, broaden his perspective, and clarify his focus for next career…
It’s been a busy summer for Leadership with Horses. Perhaps what I’m most excited about this summer is our new partnership with Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE). Nine times out of ten, a horse ends up in rescue, not because of something they’ve done. They’re there because, along the way, a human failed them. One of the most important…
Like most coaches, I have a coach. In fact, I have several. One of them is my riding instructor, Siggi. Almost every time I work with Cato, my Anglo Arabian, under her keen eye, I learn something that translates directly into the leadership arena. Cato and I practice a lot of downward transitions these days…