Our Founder

Madelynn Stackhouse, Ph.D

Dr. Madelynn Stackhouse is a professor, management consultant, and teacher who is a passionate change agent for organizations to transform  and leverage their greatest asset - their people. 

She has worked for over 20 years in industry, working in a range of fields - including health care, retail, investment, energy, oil and gas, higher education, and human resources, among others. She is currently a research professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (USA) where she teaches on the subjects of industrial-organizational psychology, cross-cultural management, and organizational behavior.   She has also taught previously at the Southern Institute of Technology (Canada) and the University of Calgary (Canada). 

A a "pracademic" (practical academic), Dr. Stackhouse has extensive knowledge and experience that have shaped her practical yet empirically-grounded approach to organizational transformation initiatives in large and small companies. She founded this company to empower people and organizations grow, solve challenges, and achieve top level results. She does this by combining her organizational psychology expertise, cutting-edge research as a Professor, 20+ years of corporate experience, and talents with executive coaching and individual and organizational development. Through her expertise she has been able to create a propitiatory standard for organizational analysis, culture assessment, growth strategy, and training excellence.  Her ground-breaking organizational cultural assessment methodology allows companies to create strategies that improve employee engagement and align the organization for success.  


  • PhD in Human Resources and Organizational Dynamics (hons) from Haskayne School of Business in Canada
  • MSc in Organizational Psychology (dist) from the University of Manchester in Manchester, England
  • BA in Psychology and Cultural Anthropology (hons/ dist) from the University of Calgary, Canada

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