Ray Madaghiele is a master facilitator, trainer, coach, and speaker who has 30 years of experience helping hundreds of organizations improve their performance and solve big problems.

Ray guides organizations to make quantum leaps forward and quickly maximize their return on investment (ROI) in leadership and organizational development.

Ray has vast experience working with a diverse array of companies, non-profit organizations, and Native American communities and their enterprises.

Ray is author of the book, Energize Your Business: Engage Your Employees with an Inspiring Strategic Planning Process in which he shares insights into building a more collaborative, high-performing organizational culture and a more profitable business.

Client Focus

Ray works with enlightened leaders who want to create an energized, fulfilling environment in which individuals and teams grow and thrive.

Education & Experience

Ray earned a B.S.E. in Civil Engineering and spent 10 years as a civil engineering project manager for several consulting firms and a large utility where he led multi-million dollar planning, design, and construction projects.

While an engineer, he became a certified Dale Carnegie Course instructor and taught classes in effective communication and human relations for 8 years.

Personal

Ray has a unique lifestyle as a full-time RVer, operating his business while he and his wife travel across North America.

 

Occupational Highlights

Co-founder and C.E.O., Business Energizers and Transformational Learning Center, divisions of Lynray, Inc., a human & organizational excellence company, 1998 – present
Corporate Training Consultant & Instructor, Quma Learning, Inc., 1995-1998
Internal Corporate Training Consultant & Instructor, Salt River Project, 1991-1995
Certified Instructor, Dale Carnegie Systems, 1987-1994
Project Manager for several engineering consulting firms and corporations, 1980-1991

Education

BSE, Arizona State University
Certified Dale Carnegie Course Instructor
Graduate Studies in Learning & Instruction

Recognition

Transformational Learning Center won the 2001 Gilbert Community Excellence Award for Small Businesses
1999 recipient of the Town of Gilbert Community Excellence Mayoral Award
Ray’s first book, Ray of Hope for Peace, won a 2005 Arizona Authors Association award for published nonfiction