Sometimes all one needs is a little bit of help in seeing through the fog.
That is the approach I take in my consulting work. It takes a number of different forms, depending upon the needs of the organization or executive(s) with whom I am working.
In some cases, I have helped boards and senior leadership teams refine their strategic thinking, especially around transformation of their not-for-profit organization or company.
In other cases, I have offered a fresh set of eyes and ears by interviewing each person to help the senior managers think about the work flows and assets of the staff in fresh ways.
And, in still other ways, my consulting work has included one-on-one coaching of key leaders to help them find ways of improving their leadership skills, interpersonal relationships within their organization or simply helping them have the courage to make difficult decisions that need to be made!
James Nieman, PhD
President, Lutheran Seminary of Theology at Chicago
The Rev'd Canon Scott Gunn
Executive Director, Forward Movement Publishers
"Beth has been invaluable as a consultant in developing our staff workplace culture. She’s given us specific recommendations to encourage more collaboration and innovation. Beth has also done fantastic work coaching our senior leaders, both individually and as a team, on implementing change.
I highly recommend her."
Church Council President,
University Lutheran Church-Seattle
"As my term as Council President comes to an end, I wanted to thank you for all the resources and wisdom you have brought to bear to life at ULC this year---through thick and thin! We will benefit for years ahead, as will the wider community, from your guidance through the Vision Process. What an adventure! And, you have been such fine companions to us. Many thanks!"