Madeline J. Cashdollar
HR Executive, Coach
Madeline is an energetic business leader who enjoys building and leading teams to solve strategic human resources challenges. Her ability to sift through many inputs to find relevant themes allows her to guide others through challenging situations efficiently and effectively. She enjoys opportunities where she can think creatively and problem-solve with others, ultimately leading the group to a shared objective.
Madeline listens first and through conversations gets to the root of an issue. She is known for trying to find practical solutions to difficult problems. Her relationships are built on mutual trust and respect. She is a member of the team from day one, and she looks for opportunities with clients who want a partner on their journey.
Madeline enjoys working with clients who are at the cusp of something new or who are stuck and don’t know how to move forward. She is comfortable with gray areas and thrives at the intersection of business and people strategies. Whether it is a strategic or tactical answer to a problem, she can get the team moving quickly in the right direction to improve business outcomes.
More than 25 years of Human Resources experience in diverse industries
Her career spans from the implementation of 401(k) plans, to communicating the value of Executive Benefits; from the selection of Applicant Tracking Systems to leading the global implementation of an HR Information System; from defining hourly performance standards to creating board-level performance metrics; from designing business unit teams to developing CEO succession plans
Experience both as an external Human Resources consultant and most recently as the Staff Vice President of Human Resources, Americas for a $5B manufacturing company with over 21,000 employees
Bachelor’s degree in mathematics
Master’s degree in business administration with a focus on strategy and leadership, from Yale University, School of Management
Madeline lives in Florence, South Carolina with her husband and two teenage children. She spends her time watching her children’s sporting events and preparing them to be adults someday soon. She finds peace reading somewhere near water whether a lake, the ocean, or a backyard pool.