Why learn supervision through trial and error?

Connect the dots instead.

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.


— “Loved, loved, loved your sessions. Engaging and informative.”

— “Loved the amount of ‘usable’ content shared! A lot of sessions tend to yield content that’s good in theory but hard to implement. You are a valuable educator!”

— “You give great examples and ideas. I enjoyed hearing the different ideas you had.”

— “So many awesome ideas. I am excited to go back and try them.”

— “Really stimulated beneficial thoughts and plans moving forward.”

— “A lot of the material is easy to follow and can be applied to my daily life right now.”

Minnesota Middle Management Association Conference Participants

In working with Beth to build a full training series, I really appreciated her attention to detail and her ability to adapt based on our attendees’ needs. Beth has a wealth of knowledge about how to build a successful organization and was a very engaging presenter. The most common feedback we received from this series was that attendees wished it were longer! Beth is great to work with, and I would highly recommend her to any organization looking to be more effective.

Wendy Sweeney, Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque

Hands down across the board…you’re one of our all-time favorite facilitators!!!

Sheri Lacy, Elgin Community College

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.

Jennifer Cavanagh, MercyOne and Fountain of Youth

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.

Joya Crear, Marquette University

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