San Francisco, August 12, 2013 – Interaction Associates (IA), a leader in building collaborative organizations with significant levels of trust, effective employee involvement, and strong business results, has announced that Beth Yates has joined the firm as Senior Consultant. Yates’ role will involve partnering with global clients to deliver learning, consulting, and coaching services.
“Beth has been with Interaction Associates full-time and part-time since 2000, and she brings a wealth of client relationship and training and consulting experience to her role,” said Linda Stewart, president and CEO of Interaction Associates. “She has proved her dedication and commitment to the firm and its clients time and again, and her distinguished background and consultative skill set will be a tremendous asset to help IA continue to grow and prosper.”
Yates has extensive experience designing and delivering training initiatives and processes to meet client needs at a variety of organizations, from Fortune 500 to technology start-ups to manufacturing shops. In addition to her work at Interaction Associates, she delivered seminar programs for Horizon Leadership and Eagle’s Flight. Her development topics have included facilitation, leadership, team, software development, communication, and management skills.
Yates holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Humboldt State University. She is certified in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Life Coach, and Active Training™ Programs, and is a trained and highly experienced mediator.
ABOUT INTERACTION ASSOCIATES
Interaction Associates (IA) is a 43-year-old innovator that equips people to work better together in order to realize superior business results. The firm helps global organizations build high-involvement, collaborative cultures by developing their leaders, teams, and change agents. IA offers customized consulting, learning and development, and coaching services. It was named one of Training Industry’s Top 20 Leadership Training Companies in 2012 and 2013, and made their Content Development Watch List in 2012 and 2013.