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Known for her ability to connect with audiences, Beth Goldstein is a much sought-after trainer, coach, and consultant. Beth helps entrepreneurs, executives, small business owners, educators, and students around the world launch and grow their organizations and careers. She specializes in delivering & training programs that cultivate entrepreneurial thinkers who develop the confidence to lead courageously and build innovative and purpose-driven organizations. Her programs range from online seminars and 1-day workshops to intensive 9-month programs for companies, universities, government agencies, and NGOs. Beth is passionate about education and has taught in the U.S. and abroad including: China, Costa Rica, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Nigeria, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.Beth has authored three books on entrepreneurship and marketing including: Entrepreneurial Marketing: A Blueprint for Customer Engagement (2020), Lucky By Design (2011), and The Ultimate Small Business Marketing Toolkit (2007). She is completing her Doctorate in Education from Johns Hopkins University with a focus on the role entrepreneurship educators play in helping their students develop confidence and entrepreneurial grit. She currently teaches at Babson College and is a business coach for Babson’s Summer Venture Program and Harvard's Global Alumni Accelerator, LLX GEO. Previously, Beth has taught at Boston University (BU), Brandeis University, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico, and the Isenberg School at UMass, Amherst. She spent ten years as the Faculty Director for BU’s Online Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship and ran BU’s Business Venture Competition.
Daniel Shore is a researcher and consultant with a PhD in workplace psychology. He brings a decade of research on the employee experience into his practice.
Daniel develops teams and leaders across numerous settings, from cybersecurity teams to non-profit youth organizations, and turns data into action by:
(1) creating professional development and training curricula
(2) facilitating experiential training workshops
(3) developing team assessments to identify strengths and areas for growth, and
(4) conducting employee focus groups.
His areas of expertise include strategic employee engagement, performance management, working with millennial & Gen Z employees, multi-team systems (i.e., teams of teams), as well as innovation and adaptive planning.