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Laurie Maddalena is a sought-after keynote speaker and leadership trainer known for her engaging, impactful sessions that not only leave audiences inspired, but spur them into action.

When she’s not traveling the country inspiring leaders, she can be found drinking a nice glass of Cabernet with her husband, Rino, or reading Curious George to her three kids (seven and under).

Laurie sitting at a table

Elevate Your Leadership






“I highly recommend Laurie. Her energy, passion, and approachability set her apart from other speakers”


–Jack Canfield
America’s #1 Succes Coach and author of The Success
and co-author of The Chicken Soup for the Soul series


Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Workshop

for ALL industries

2.28.23 | 12-3 pm EST

Leadership Training Program

The Future Leader Training Program

for ALL industries and Credit Unions

All Industry training begins 3.14.23 | 9am-12 pm EST
Credit Union training begins 3.29.23 | 9am-12pm EST

DiSC Management Profile Training

specifically for Credit Unions

3.30.23 | 9am-12 pm EST

Envision Excellence is a leadership consulting firm specializing in executive and management training, leadership assessments, emotional intelligence, teambuilding, and speaking for conferences and corporate events.

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