We believe that success for any business, agency or institution depends on the ability of individuals to work together in pursuit of a common goal.
Sometimes the chemistry for that success comes naturally. But often, a business can benefit from the objectivity of a trained organizational consultant — someone whose expertise lies in seeking the proper balance between an organization's work, its interpersonal relationships and its ability to commit to a common objective.
About Waite Maclin
Founder and Principal
C. Waite Maclin, a native of North Carolina has lived in Portland, Maine since 1978. During that time he was in private practice as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and Organizational Consultant. For eighteen years he served in the parish ministry of the Episcopal Church in North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and Maine.
In addition to his undergraduate (Guilford College) and graduate studies (Virginia Theological Seminary) he trained through the Baltimore Pastoral Counseling Center and the Mid-Atlantic Association for Training and Consultation. He was a trainer with MATC from 1969 – 1980. Waite was certified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in 1981, and has administered the instrument to over 11,000 people since that time. In addition, he has been certified to administer Emotional Intelligence using the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI).
From 1986-1989 he was training officer for the U.S. Peace Corps in the Republic of the Philippines. His Organizational Consultation work focuses on teambuilding, conflict resolution, goal setting, mission statement development, program planning and leadership training. In the fall of 2008 Waite was certified to administer the Emotional Intelligece Instrument BaRon EQi and EQ-360 through Qualifying.Org in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
In addition to his consulting work, he developed and operated from 2004 – 2012 an Organic Apple Products business, Pastor Chuck Orchards with the tag line “ Pure Fruit, Real Goodness!” Waite was named the 2009 Food Producer of the Year by the Maine Grocers Association.