Beth Banks Cohn

Beth Banks Cohn
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BETH is dedicated to helping individuals and companies implement business changes that actually work. Beth believes in the ripple effect – that change handled well benefits everyone in an organization, over and over again. As a recognized expert in change as well as corporate culture, Beth consults domestically and internationally with a wide range of disciplines and businesses. Beth is the author of two books: ChangeSmart™: Implementing Change Without Lowering your Bottom Line and Taking the Leap: Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times…and Beyond (with Roz Usheroff).
I once worked with a Director of Sales for a large pharmaceutical company.  They brought me in to work with their team who they experienced as slow and unproductive.  If it was just one or two people, they could...
 Why is This Rule Golden?  Think before you act is a rule you’ve all been taught to use – think things out, look at things rationally, think before you act.  But often this gets you into the “analysis, paralysis”...
The Three Parts of the Mind Understanding the three parts of the mind is critical.  Our brain tries to use all three parts of our mind, and when one is ignored – usually the conative part – our brain works...
Does this describe you or someone you know?  You wake up every morning tired because you only got about 5 hours of sleep.  You get up, get ready for work, get the kids ready (if you have them) and...
As I go around to companies and help them manage their changes to success, I have found some underlying issues that concern me.  One is this whole idea that time is something to be managed and when you can’t,...
One day I’m going to write a book entitled “The Ordinary Manager”.  In it will be interviews with managers who inspired, motivated, counseled, and led their teams in ways that created great performance and great personal growth.  I’m going...
.... And How Do You Prevent An Employee Mutiny? You’ve had a tough few years, and recently you've had to make some tough decisions about downsizing. The process has been stressful for everyone, and now that it’s done, you are...
6 ways to get ahead of the problem It’s every CEO’s worst nightmare. You’re in the midst of a change initiative, you’ve had to make some tough decisions, and a few people have been asked to leave. But you’re sticking...
Has this ever happened to you? Senior management asks your opinion. You are so excited that you actually give it. You thoughtfully lay out your ideas. And then you sit back and wait to see how your opinion has...
Danone and White Wave made headlines recently when Danone made a bid to acquire the company known for their Horizon Organic and Silk brands. I was driving and only partially listening to the two CEOs during an interview on...

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