Dolgin Leadership Group provides expert coaching, training, and facilitation for teams, emerging leaders, and established leaders.
The most fruitful relationships are grounded in mutual respect, honesty, integrity, and generosity of spirit.
Good leaders have answers; great leaders have questions; visionary leaders have both.
Being a “good communicator” requires both clear expression and open listening. Both are skills to be honed.
The goal is not only to feel good, but to do good. The change our clients make is measured out in the world.
Leadership is not a solo activity. We believe deeply in the phrase "if you want to go fast, go alone. if you want to go far, go together."
Growth mindset drives innovation. A belief in continuous improvement enables people to experiment beyond their comfort zones.
COACH, TRAINER, FACILITATOR
Maya guides individuals and groups as they grapple with existential questions about their leadership identities and communication skills. She also facilitates offsites and retreats that deepen trust among the participants and accelerate planning and decision making.
Maya spent a decade in nonprofit leadership before establishing her coaching and training practice. From early in her career, she was already managing international teams with dozens of employees, moving along fast-paced projects while bridging cross-cultural communication gaps. Later, she focused on developing global strategic partnerships, liaised with board members, and trained top executives to present clearly and convincingly to a wide range of audiences.
Coaching at the Adler Institute, accredited (ACC) through the International Coach Federation.
Completed the Playing Big Facilitators Training with Tara Mohr and the Art of Gathering course with Priya Parker.
MBA in Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and Marketing from Hebrew University.
BA in Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences from Wellesley College
Outside of work, Maya loves building community and spending quality time with loved ones. She cares for her body and soul through exercise, prayer, and volunteering, including by serving as the Wellesley College Class of 2010 fundraising representative. She and her husband live in NYC and travel back to Israel regularly.