As a partner at RHR International, Beth Page serves as a trusted advisor to executive leaders in a wide variety of industries, meeting them where they are and creating roadmaps that revitalize and support them and their organizations to achieve their next best versions. She brings decades of experience in business leadership roles in human resources, talent management, and consulting, including leading global HR functions in an S&P 500 organization and holding regional leadership responsibility (including P&L) for a talent-management practice at a global consulting firm.

As a coach, she is evidence-based and empathetic, leveraging her expertise in positive psychology and neuroscience to support leaders to deeply understand their strengths and limiting actions so they can work with both to set a course for constructive transformation. Tenacious and diplomatic, she supports leaders to become more resilient, grow their own leadership skills, coach others, have courageous conversations, and improve team effectiveness. Beth’s clients can expect to gain new ways of resolving challenges and new habits that lead to sustainable change and overall enhanced resilience and professional well-being. 

Beth has a reputation for compassion, creative strategy, and the ability to form highly collaborative partnerships with others. She has served in multiple vice president roles, both inside businesses as well as in the consulting world. In her consulting roles, clients know her to bring heart and thought leadership. As a practice leader, she achieved high rates of repeat business and successfully grew a stagnant practice 44 percent over four years while meeting and exceeding all P&L targets. When holding internal HR roles, Beth created and implemented essential change tools for a global strategic restructuring and constructed a highly successful global diversity-and-inclusion program from scratch that included mentoring programming, diversity training, and hiring strategy.

Beth holds a PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri and has earned certificates in Neuroscience for Business from MIT Sloan School of Management and Brain-Based Coaching from the NeuroLeadership Institute. She has also completed the Dismantling Racism curriculum of the National Conference for Community and Justice.

Beth enjoys travel, gardening, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and time with her family—often in combination. She also practices yoga and meditation regularly and is an avid reader and music lover.