Here's what i know:
healthy and happy teams win

 
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Hi! I'm Amanda Gulino, Founder of A Better Monday.

I’m a coach, a talent & culture whiz, an advisor, and a lifelong learner on a journey to help you unlock your potential and the potential of others. My mission in life is about you. 

The most important thing I can share with you is this: Really (really) good things come from investing in people -- that includes you and those you work with. 

Work can be fun. Mondays can be awesome.

We can get you there!

 

 

Formal Bio:

Amanda Gulino is the Founder at A Better Monday. She is an accomplished coach and talent & culture leader. Those that worked with Amanda have described her as pioneering, intentional, bold, driven, and relational.

Leveraging her studies in psychology and talent development, Amanda has focused her energies on leading talent and culture work at growing social good organizations for the entirety of her career, most recently leading Reading Partners’ HR/talent team. As the head of talent, she led the organization through an extraordinary state of growth, designing and filling roles in fourteen major markets across the U.S. ranging from entry to executive level roles. Additionally, she offered extensive coaching and strategy to teams across the country around hiring, performance, retention, engagement, and more.

Amanda's work has been featured in Fast Company, Glassdoor, FabFitFun, and Thrive Global. 

In addition to running A Better Monday, Amanda is a leadership development trainer at Full Potential Ventures.

In her free time, she can be found exploring the Bay Area, planning her next travel adventure, drinking a cup of coffee, or hanging with her dogs and partner. 

 

“We found Amanda during a major growth period for our non-profit, and I’m so glad we did! Not only did she jump in and analyze the current status of our agency swiftly, but she also designed and guided me through a new hiring process. She was gentle in helping me understand where we needed improvements while building off the existing strengths and realities of our organization.

She doesn’t waste time in establishing strategy, because of her depth of experience. She’s an invaluable resource.”
— Amber Stott, Founding Executive Director, Food Literacy Center

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