Senior Coaching Talent Leader, Center for Creative Leadership
Beth thrives on working with individuals, teams, and organizations who are continuously striving to be stronger, better, and healthier. She has over twenty years’ experience as a leader, consultant and coach in government, retail, manufacturing, and healthcare
Prior to joining CCL in 2019, she spent 13 years in healthcare where she had organizational responsibility for developing innovative talent solutions, and leading large-scale, complex change initiatives created to accelerate the achievement of business outcomes. Highlights included:
● Leading the business merger and acquisition effort to bring a $1 billion healthcare system and 6,000 employees into a leading healthcare company, resulting in becoming the biggest employer in AZ.
● Initiating significant organizational culture and operational changes while increasing workforce engagement for over 14,000 employees.
● Designing an enterprise-wide strategic alignment strategy resulting in a 9% increase in leadership effectiveness, 6% improvement in active engagement, and a 3% increase in customer service in a 39,000-person workforce.
● Receiving the Prism Award, prestigious international recognition, from the International Coach Federation for creating a best-in-class internal coaching strategy which impacted 3,000 leaders and 30,000 employees.
Beth is skilled in working with leaders to create ambitious goals and to develop the culture and systems needed to align the workforce to achieve them. She brings her energy, enthusiasm, and global perspective to her work and her clients.
Beth Stiner serves as the Senior Coaching Talent Leader for the Americas Coaching Practice. In this capacity, she is responsible for creating a talent management strategy to continue to grow our expanding community of 500 Americas coaches and ensure we have a diverse, world-class cadre of talent
Beth has a B.A. in Communication from Michigan State University, and Master’s Degree in Organizational Development, from Bowling Green State University. She is an ICF certified coach, obtaining coaching certification through the Coaches Training Institute in 2005 and Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence Coaching Certification in 2019.
Beth is a recognized Strategic Professional Human Resources (SPHR) and a member of the International Coaching Federation, Organization Development Network and Society for Human Resource Professionals.