E. Elizabeth “Beth” Carter has been an inspirational speaker since she was an exchange student at the age of 15. She has spoken at and served as a workshop facilitator for companies, universities, leadership conferences, women’s events, and career transition groups worldwide. Her topics include Motivating Your Workforce, Improving Communications, Conflict Resolution and Team Building, The Science of Being a Super Hero (soft skills), Negotiations Know How, The Good and Bad Four Letter Words in Your Dictionary for Success, Recruiting Training for Hiring Managers 101, How to Overcome Personal Setbacks, and Live the Life You Want, as well as leadership and management development related topics.
Beth has been described as unconventional and creative as she delivers thought provoking presentations. Her diverse background and expertise in human capital has made her successful in not only educating her audiences but also inspiring them to better understand themselves, those closest to them, and others they may encounter. She injects humor as well as realistic ideas into her presentations which makes them memorable for her audience and provides actionable takeaways.
One of her firms, Beth Carter Enterprises (), was launched in 2011 and is a thriving business that encompasses executive, business, and career coaching, workshops and presentations, and the DISC, Motivators, 360, and Emotional Intelligence assessments.
In addition, she is President of Carter Consultants Ltd., an international executive search firm she founded in 1991. Beth holds a MBA in Marketing Management from Baruch College and graduated cum laude from Bryant University. She is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), and an Adjunct Professor at Bryant University where she teaches for both the Executive Development Center and the undergraduate program.
Besides her own company blog, Beth published a book with Ronnie Ann Ryan entitled Job Search = Love Search, Ten Savvy Search Strategies that Help You Find Love Too. She has also been published in The Huffington Post, East Bay Newspapers, and other publications. She has also been quoted in articles including Yahoo Education, Today.com, and Kabbage Inc., and a book, Mogul Mom.