Margi Bush

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Margi Bush, M.S., ACC, ICF Certified Coach and Certified MBTI Master Practitioner is President of Collaborative Thinking LLC d.b.a. Wisdom Tree Coaching, a Charleston, WV based partner for individuals and businesses.  Margi performs many professional development functions with a special interest in the areas of leadership development, talent management, and developing internal coaching programs by using personal and professional coaching and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment.  She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Charleston Chapter of Society of Human Resource Management as their chapter President. She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), the ICF Charlotte Charter Chapter, ICF Tennessee Chapter, Association for Psychological Type International (APTi) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is a graduate of Leadership West Virginia.  Margi has a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management.

Margi is a Certified Master Coach and ICF Certified coach (ACC) offering one-on-one coaching: relationship coaching, career and leadership coaching and team coaching, which provides the client(s) an opportunity to focus on what they want. Margi’s open questions, genuine curiosity, and active listening foster self-awareness, helping her clients develop their own resourcefulness for creating and sustaining the purposeful life that they want. 

Margi is a Certified MBTI® Master Practitioner generating in-depth reports to help the client better understand themself, build on their personal strengths, and improve their interaction with others.  Using Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Instrument, she can provide workshops in the areas of Effective Leadership, Communication, Team Building and Conflict Management around personality types.  In addition, she is certified to administer the FIRO-B instrument.

Margi is the author of, “Finding Space for Responsible Risk Taking” and “Designing Your Own Strategic Roadmap: Creating an Overarching Framework of What You Want” and “Don’t Be Tricked Into Thinking It’s Too Late in the Year to Make Changes.” Read her blog at: where Margi speaks on topics related to personal growth, professional growth, leadership, and communication.