Instead of lofty and broad, prepare for a partnership that gives you specific, actionable ways to achieve your goals.
It’s easy to believe that there is one simple solution to all leadership challenges. But that’s not reality.
Instead, the leadership dots philosophy drills down to the very core of systemic change: consistently making intentional connections that foster change, bit by bit and step by step.
Let dr. beth triplett’s approach help you find new success — one dot at a time.
When we approached Beth with a challenge, she quickly gained in-depth knowledge of the issue, provided great insight, suggested a plan to address it and then facilitated our team’s work in an empowering and positive way. Beth’s guidance has continued to resonate among our team and we are certainly better for it.
Beth has excellent presentation skills and is a great facilitator. She makes the content come alive and it’s easy to remember the key takeaways. We were able to come away from strategic planning with a clear and actionable path forward.
Dr. Triplett more than anyone I ever worked with has the uncanny ability to assess a situation quickly, sort out its larger and smaller parts, identify possible solutions, and conceive a pathway to resolution that brings both people and systems into productive harmony.
Our Leadership Team was at a crossroads about the theory and/or models we wanted to adopt for our leadership programs and the best way(s) to get our students to their destination. Fortunately, we reached out to Dr. Triplett and within a few weeks, she was on campus facilitating powerful exercises and discussions. Her engaging style, expert facilitation skills and willingness to challenge the group to share our varied ideas to come up with a direction was invaluable. It was apparent she had studied our institution and our values in designing our 1 1/2 days together. After her visit to Marquette University, the team is more confident and motivated as we collaboratively plan for the upcoming year.
beth’s professional coaching served as a touchstone for me as I transitioned into a new, challenging position in a changing environment. She helped me see that my approach to my work could not simply be to work harder or even to work smarter. I had to work “different”. And as am still (and always will be) evolving in this role, I refer to her nuggets often to remind and re-center my work.
In beth’s seminar on supervision with my Associate Directors, she introduced a foundational framework that we still refer to on a regular basis as I support them to consistently and effectively supervise their teams (almost a year later).