2490 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
The economy's tipsy; our workforce ranges in age from 17 to 67; our competitors may be across the street or halfway around the world... how do we keep bouncing back? Even more importantly, how do we stay current, relevant and in the black? It's more basic than you think. Answers don't help if we are asking the wrong questions. What are the right questions you can ask to lead your organization successfully through this unpredictable and rapidly changing business climate? Come hear Beth Terry's thoughts on Resilience and Relevance on November 19, 2014.
Beth lived in Hawaii from 1971 to 2002 and returns to the islands on a regular basis to work with her clients. She still considers this home and is currently an expat living in Phoenix. She was Vice President of Administration for Monroe & Friedlander prior to their merger with Colliers; she was the National Manager of Administration for all 18 offices of The Shidler Group, and in 1989 started Pacific Rim Seminars here in her Honolulu office. Beth was also a guest columnist for the Pacific Business News, the Honolulu Star Bulleting and the Honolululu Advertiser.
She has spoken to more than 490,000 people in six countries providing keynotes, training and consulting to thousands of clients. Her websites are BethTerry.com and blog on Resilience Mastery called CactusWrangler. com. Beth has published four books and is working on five more.
Resilience Speaker, Coach, Author
“Beth, you gave my people oxygen!”
Wick Sloane, CFO,University of Hawaii
“Beth is a fresh and genuine spirit, a warm heart, and a whirlwind communicator with an important message. She speaks to critical human issues that touch ones heart – and more importantly inspire each of us to change. Beth was a featured speaker at two of Bridgeway’s annual user conferences and received the highest rating of all of the speakers at each. I very much enjoyed the experience of Beth at our conference and was among the many blessed by her wonderful message and teaching. We will have her back very soon.”
Keith Okano, President, Bridgeway Software.
Inspiring • Positive Energy • Great Stories • Engaging • Content-Rich • Energizing • Fun • Captivating • Wake up Call • Lively • Memorable • Helpful • Informative … Just a few of the comments heard frequently from clients after attending a session with Beth Terry, CSP.