Drawing on our global experience, we help companies assess the capabilities and needs of their board, help senior executives prepare for change, assist in identifying new strategic market opportunities, and consider ways that companies can attract and retain top talent through well designed compensation strategies.

Our team has worked across mulitple industry segments in companies from the Global 500 to high growth start-ups.  We draw upon these years of experience to identify opportunities for your organization and tailor specific plans to help you achieve and sustain your goals.

Clients can expect highly personalized attention that is focused, responsive, and efficent.  We are involved. We are invested. We take pride in developing relationships that last.  We strive to be agents of change that help
shape an organization’s success now and in the year’s ahead.

We specialize in:

 

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Clients can expect highly personalized attention that is focused, responsive and efficient. We are involved. We are invested.  And we take pride in developing relationships that last.  At Madeleine Condit & Associates, we follow through and then we follow up. We strive to be the agents of change that help shape an organization’s success now and in the years ahead. 

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What We Do

Recent Posts

  • Leadership in a Crisis

    It is easy to be a leader when things are going well. You congratulate the team on a job well done. You pat yourself on the back for having envisioned and executed a strategy that worked. You analyse what went well and where improvements can be made as you begin to plan your next steps. […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | December 8, 2014

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  • How to Utilise Your Skills to Return to Work

    Whether you’ve been caring for children, running your own small business, or had a lengthy period of unemployment, it can be daunting trying to make your way back to the traditional paid work force.  Sometimes it feels like people don’t take you seriously and it can be hard to get employers to see that you’ve […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | August 5, 2014

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  • Body Image in Business

    “John was one of the best hires you ever made for this company. He is bright, enthusiastic, and a great problem solver. However, he’s put on a lot of weight over the past couple of years and his appearance is making it difficult for us to promote him. His weight makes it hard for him […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | May 30, 2014

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  • Changing Direction

    Perhaps it is because spring is in the air and it seems a time for new beginnings. Lately we have been working with a number of friends to help them change career directions. Some of these are the C-suite clients we have consulted to about matters within their companies who now find themselves ready for […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | April 23, 2014

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  • Sharing and Learning from Failure

    Author Tim Harford (@TimHarford) recently shared this article about ResearchGate, a social media site for academics. While many people talk about learning form their failures, ResearchGate is actively encouraging its users to share their unsuccessful work, their experiments that failed, the problems they couldn’t solve. The goal is to bring new eyes to a problem […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | September 1, 2013

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  • Acing Your Board Interview

    This article originally appeared in the Second Quarter 2013 issue of Directors & Boards You are smart, successful, and can bring value to a board. But you still have to wow the nominating committee. Here’s how you do that. When we started this article, the objective was to present not only our experience but the opinions of a […]

    By Madeleine Condit | June 22, 2013

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  • Corporate Board Composition Strategies

    The composition of a company’s board of directors is a key determinant to the health of the organization.  Boards are comprised of individuals with expertise relative to the profitability and growth of the company.  The skills on the board need to reflect the changing business climate and issues facing the company.  The board of a […]

    By Madeleine Condit | January 12, 2013

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  • Performance Measurement Assistance

    I find myself this morning in the unusual position of not knowing how far to take an editing exercise.  Last night I reviewed a performance plan for a friend as a favour.  It has landed back in my in-box with my questions answered but in no way something that should be submitted at a high […]

    By Nicole Condit Duncan | January 7, 2013

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  • Creating a Resume for a Board Candidacy

    Too often, highly qualified board of director candidates assume that their most recent job resume is perfectly acceptable to submit as a board candidate resume. And why not? It’s easy to pull out a current resume and click the “send” button. But with all the federal, regulatory and court changes taking place that will impact […]

    By Madeleine Condit | January 7, 2013

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