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Beth Burbage

Bob BrownBeth Burbage brings over 25 years of experience in developing leaders, focusing on executive coaching in the last ten, with clients ranging from the highest executive levels to manager-level leaders. She is a former results-driven executive who has led the organizational development function in for-profit education, senior care, and a national healthcare system. Beth also served in the United States Army and worked for the U.S. Government as a civilian in the Intelligence field in Vicenza, Italy. Beth has experience in the learning and development field, and her breadth of industry experience has taught her to be a nimble learner of new companies and cultures.

Beth’s greatest passion is helping people grow and develop. She does this through an individualized and collaborative approach as a coach and leadership consultant. She dives in quickly to understand the needs, and seeks a win for both the individual and the company. She is intuitive and insightful, and helps leaders think in new ways that create results. She knows when to push and challenge to get past the status quo. She believes in being open and honest with her clients – through transparency that is based on a foundation of trust.

Beth’s areas of expertise include coaching, high-potential leader development, organizational assessments, team development, change management, emotional intelligence, employee engagement and retention, succession planning, new-leader transition support, developing and implementing mentor programs, career guidance, interviewing skills, supervisory skill development, and leadership development initiatives.

Beth has been an Adjunct Faculty member of the University of Maryland Erickson School. For five years, Beth served on the Board of the Orange County Affiliate of the National Human Resources Association as Financial Officer, President-Elect, President, and Past-President. She is a member of the Organization Development Network, the NeuroLeadership Institute, and the Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD).

Beth volunteers helping teens and young adults get a head start on preparing for a career. She is also passionate about helping Vets and volunteers in programs to assist Veterans and their spouses. She is an active participant in the lives of her three grandsons, helping to grow and develop these three amazing young men. Beth received a BA in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton, where her credits were split between Business and Psychology.

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