“Working with Beth for over a decade, Biohabitats has sought her support for strategic planning, coaching, facilitation, and, generally, embedding learning organization principles into our firm culture. Every assignment has yielded complete satisfaction and, even better, unexpected rewards for our staff. We keep coming back for more…”
Beth truly believes that everyone is a teacher, that everyone is a learner, and that we benefit most when we can share our perspectives and learn from each other. She is committed to building organizational capacity through the co-creation of ideas, those that can only come through active and engaged collaboration. From this belief, she regularly works with internal partners to design and deliver custom-built training and culture building retreats.
Since 1995, Beth has led Greenland & Associates, providing strategic planning, leadership training, learning culture development and facilitation services to public and private sector organizations. Beth has worked with a number of organizations very closely over decades, leading leadership planning session and retreats, supporting leadership transitions, training new generations of leaders, and serving as coach and confidante to CEOs. Her work has included serving clients in a wide range of sectors including finance, transportation, medical, and international development. She is a faculty member and cohort Co-Director of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Certificate Program.
Beth holds a Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University and post Masters training in counseling and strategic planning. She completed certification in Leadership Coaching at Georgetown University and certification in Somatic Coaching at the Strozzi Institute. Beth is certified in Growth Edge Coaching and offers Growth Edge Training with her Cultivating Leadership Colleagues. Beth is authorized to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and the Learning Circle 360 and Culture surveys.
Beth has two adult children and lives in Towson Maryland with her husband. She loves kayaking and bird watching on the Chesapeake Bay, snorkeling, and anything involving beaches. She volunteers as an end of life doula at a local hospice and serves on the Board of Companioning the Dying, a non-profit in the Washington DC area.