Key Staff

Angie McArthur

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Angie McArthur is PTP's acting CEO. She has been an integral part of PTP since 1998, co-facilitating and designing global conferences, leadership retreats, training programs, and ongoing one-on-one Thinking Partnerships in organizations from non-profits to Fortune 500s. She is also one of the creators of the Worldwide Women’s Web, a network formed in 2001 to retain women in corporate leadership roles. As an expert in perceptual learning patterns, she has developed communication strategies for authors, corporations and CEO's, and the Executive Champions Workshop. She has also designed interactive web assessments and products for corporate training programs.Angie has recently co-authored two books for Random House with Dawna Markova, Collaborative Intelligence (pub date August 11 2015) and Reconcilable Differences (September 2017).

Additionally she has worked extensively with youth as part of PTP's sister company SmartWired, developing materials, interactive websites, and delivering programs around the world in multiple languages to help children and the adults who support them bring out their best.   

Angie received her B.A. in Communication Theory from McGill University, and has a passion for adapting emerging technology to maximize communication effectiveness and synergy. Her clients include Women Moving Millions, Bolthouse Farms, PepsiCo, Royal Dutch Shell, Xerox, Chrysler, Green Mountain Energy Resources, the Institute for Storytelling, Kimball Arts Center, SEED (Schlumberger Excellence in Education) and the Society for Organizational Learning.


Angie McArthur works with facilitators and corporations across the country using a process of interactive visual facilitation.

Visual Facilitation is a type of graphic representation which creates a visual synthesis for understanding the themes and ideas being presented at a conference or meeting to generate creative dialogue and imaginative thinking. As companies move into international environments this unique form of graphic representation helps people better grasp key concept ideas.

After the workshop Angie produces either a booklet or on-line presentation of the drawings. They are accompanied by a graphic agenda overview and narrative to help people connect back to their experience.

Her clients include: BP, Society for Organizational Learning, National Institute of Storytelling, Royal Dutch Shell, Plug Power, SOL Sustainability Consortium, The Berkana Institute.