Beth O'Neill

Senior Consultant
San Francisco, Calif.

Professional Profile

During Beth's 22-year tenure with IA, she has served clients in the high-tech, health care, financial services, pharmaceuticals, biotech, and manufacturing industries, among others. She serves on IA's Board of Directors. A Connecticut native, Beth holds a bachelor's degree from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and The Whitman School of Management. She also holds a master's degree from the University of Hartford's School of Communication. Beth is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation. Beth contributed to this article in CLO Magazine, January 2011, and wrote this article on virtual teams in Training Magazine. Read a Wall Street Journal feature article about Beth's team leadership.

Client Experience

Yahoo!, StubHub, Salesforce.com, eBay, Stanford University

Pro Bono Clients

The Interaction Institute for Social Change, Bali Institute for Global Renewal, Search for the Cure

Recommended 

http://poptech.org
http://www.doblin.com

 

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Publication

Give Your Boss a Piece of Your Mind - Effectively

In Fast Company, Senior Consultant Beth O’Neill addresses how to give feedback to a leader whose behavior isn’t helpful.

by Beth O'Neill

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Fast Company Features IA: Building Company Culture

Shaping company culture, before it shapes you: Fast Company magazine features insights from IA's Beth O'Neill around key practices and behaviors that build strong cultures in fast growing companies.

by Beth O'Neill

Podcast

Fast Company Features IA: Building Company Culture (podcast)

Shaping company culture, before it shapes you: Fast Company magazine features insights from IA's Beth O'Neill around key practices and behaviors that build strong cultures in fast growing companies. 

by Beth O'Neill