Beth Miller

Beth Miller

Leadership Development Advisor, Speaker, Executive Coach

Beth Armknecht Miller is a certified managerial coach and founder of Executive Velocity Inc., a boutique firm offering talent management and leadership development solutions. She chairs a monthly Atlanta meeting for Vistage, a company that hosts advisory meetings for small business CEOs. Her latest book is Are You Talent Obsessed?

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Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees

You've met these people as co-workers. But now that you're in charge, what do you do about them?

The 3 Nasty Little Secrets About Teams

Internal competition, poorly designed incentive systems and groupthink can derail your group quickly.

Decrease Your Stress by Letting Your Team Share the Weight

Those people you hired to work in your business? How about you start letting them do their jobs?

2 Roadblocks to Successful Leadership Transitions

A solid succession plan and a few ground rules are essential when selling your business.

Quarterly 1-1s Are a Waste of Time

In this world of rapid change, quarterly meetings aren't enough.

What You Know That Just Ain't So Is Killing Your Company

Recognizing our biases makes room for building a creative culture. The alternative is stagnation.

4 Steps to Make Employee Development Stick

Improve the way you improve your employees by making a plan for training and development.

5 Secrets of Masterful 1-1 Meetings

Knowing when to talk and when to listen comes in handy.

Pessimists Aren't All That Bad

When managed properly pessimists can be a valuable addition to your team.

Is Your Star Performer Ready for Management?

If your star is missing one of the four skills described here, hit the 'pause' button before making the promotion decision.

Stop Treating Your Employees Like Mushrooms

Consistent communication keeps employees from feeling that they're kept in the dark and fed, well, you know.

The Brain Games Great Leaders Play

What are your workplace fears? And do you let them hold you back?

The Riskiest Hire? Your First Sales Rep.

Have you mapped out exactly what you want this person to do, and, more importantly, be?

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