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As The Organizational Development Manger for Clark Schaefer Hackett, Beth Harvey provides ongoing needs assessment for the firm’s clients, and works to ensure leaders are supported in building sustainable talent pipelines. Beth also curates the strategic talent needs of CSH.

Beth applies her 15 years of training, management and human resources experience to her work with internal and external clients. Her training and development expertise involves analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation in instructor-led, e-learning and webinar formats. Beth has experience in organizational development with focus on organizational design, employee engagement and management development. She has also helped facilitate culture change, provided employee development opportunities, coached leaders and provided talent management services. Beth’s specialties include, leadership development, facilitation, instructional design, employee development and corporate education.

Certifications & Licensure

The Birkman Method® Certified Instructional Designer, Langevin Learning Services EverythingDiSC Franklin Covey – certified to teach 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity, 6 Critical Practices for Leading Teams, Speed of Trust, 7 Habits for Managers and 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Professional Affiliations

Association for Talent Development Society of Human Resource Management


BA, Organizational Leadership, Northern Kentucky University AA, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College


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