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Beth O'Neill

Senior Consultant | San Francisco, CA

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Beth work with leaders to create collaborative work environments. She is passionate about empowering leaders to build trust, engagement and foster collaboration to drive strong business results.

Beth joined Interaction Associates in 1993, and currently serves on our Board of Directors. She contributed to the development of our “Mastering Meetings™” and “The Coaching EDGE®” workshops. Prior to joining IA, Beth worked in the television news and aerospace industries.

Her published work includes “How to Lead Effectively in Virtual Environments” (CLO Magazine), “How to Shape Your Company Culture Before It’s Too Late” (Fast Company), and “Go Ahead, Give Your Boss a Piece of Your Mind – Just Do It Effectively”  (Fast Company).

Beth’s extensive client experience includes engagements with Bank of Hawaii, Colorado Children’s Hospital, Credit Human, eBay, Genentech, Gilead, Invesco, Making Waves Academy, PayPal, Putnam, Salesforce, Stanford Children’s Health Center, Stanford University, StubHub, TPC, and Twitter.

Beth practices The Interaction Method™ daily, both at work and at home.

Beth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and The Whitman School of Management. She also holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Hartford's School of Communication. Beth is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation, and a Certified NLP Coach by the Academy of Leadership Coaching and NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming).

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Resources By Beth O'Neill

My Millennial Moment

Insights on collaborative challenges millennials face at work and tips for the non-millennials working with them.

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How to Develop Millennials: Delegate More (with Guidelines)

How can teams work across boundaries such as working remotely. Learn how to keep collaboration alive in a virtual setting with real world tips.

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