Mary Corrigan, founder of Tracking the Wisdom, has fourteen years of entrepreneurial experience as an organizational consultant, coach, and facilitator specializing in employee engagement and thriving through change. Incurably curious, she is trained in the art of inclusive conversations, conflict resolution and mediation, and is a certified teacher of the Creativity in Business program pioneered at the Stanford School of Business. She also has a degree in Finance.
Mary’s experience includes a broad spectrum of organizational development work in corporate, governmental and not for profit sectors and at all levels of organizations, both nationally and internationally.
Career highlights include:
- Multi year whole system culture change and corporate social responsibility initiatives for Unocal in the US and Southeast Asia
- Strategic planning for Women for Women International in Rwanda
- Leadership team development through visual story telling for sales and training organizations at Genentech
- Building a collaborative team of geographically diverse nurses taking leadership in AIDS education and training for the University of California, San Francisco
- Teaching the Creativity in Business program to support low income entrepreneurs create breakthrough results in their businesses for the Women’s Initiative for Self Employment
- Creating a community of practice network among teachers and administrators to improve literacy in K-12 education in a California school district
- Convening international women’s circles in the U.S., Ireland and the United Kingdom.
In addition to her organizational work, Mary coaches individuals in transition, leads private retreats and offers workshops in personal and professional development, including: Creativity for the Rest of Us, Life by Design, Reclaiming a Spiritual Life and The Spirit of Circle – the Art and Craft of Convening Circles.
Mary brings a deeply practical, humorous, and possibility-seeking perspective to every engagement and project. On her own learning journey, Mary is currently deepening her practice in the fields of creative collaboration and deep listening. Her teenage daughter provides ample opportunity to practice and refine these skills.
I welcome your call to begin a conversation.