As a consultant, strategic advisor, award winning author, speaker, executive coach, and facilitator, Yvette Bethel understands the people side of organizations. She helps organizational leaders resolve strategic talent issues, correct organizational design challenges, and build constructive cultures.
Yvette is a Fulbright Scholar who brings more than 30 years of corporate, government and non-profit experience, to her clients. Her insights, ability to connect the dots, and willingness to be authentic in difficult conversations, bring lasting value to her client base.
Her book, Interconnectivity, Flow and Balance (IFBSM) provides new perspectives on persistent organizational challenges. Her insights are designed to shift leaders’ perspectives so they can stretch their organizations past perceived limits. The IFB framework is based on the core values of integrity, self-mastery, and a we disposition. These principles come together to create a pillar of trust that strengthens engagement, teams, and networks.
Yvette is the author of the CD audiobook, “Your Workplace Survival Kit” and books: “E.Q. Librium”, and “Getting to E.Q. Librium” which received a USA Best Book Award. As a conference speaker, Yvette has more than ten years experience presenting at professional conferences. Her speaking engagements include the 2013 Nexus EQ Conference at Harvard Medical School. Website: www.orgsoul.com
We have all experienced low-integrity employees at one time or another. Read on about how this impacts your organization, your leadership and your team.
Interconnectivity, Flow, and Balance: A Values-Based Framework for Achieving Sustainable Growth in Uncertain Times
If decision-makers encounter low-integrity employees who are working to undermine attempts to build their teams, they should provide them with realistic opportunities to demonstrate productive interactions. If this doesn’t work, they can consider whether these people will likely modify their behaviors in another role, and if the employee is unresponsive, they can then put termination on the table.