My bio

Hello, I’m Beth Page!

I help organizations achieve superior results by supporting people as they explore and act upon their biggest dreams amidst change.

My expertise is at the intersections of Author, Coach, Consultant, Educator, Facilitator, Radio Host, Speaker.

Privileged to work with community development groups, large corporations, not for profits, social profits, universities and fledgling start-ups, I’m passionate to support leaders and organizations, across all sectors, to cultivate communities of belonging.

As a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach (EQ in Action) I work with clients to identify and develop leader capacity in the area of Emotional Intelligence. Accredited to administer the Resilience @ Work assessment I work with leaders to cultivate greater resilience, which has been particularly valuable amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

I am a member of Royal Roads Associate Faculty with the Master of Arts in Leadership Program, the Graduate Certificate in Change Management and the Graduate Certificate in Strategic HR Mgmt.

Listed among Amazon’s Top 30 business books the day it launched, my book, Change Happens, provides practical guidance for achieving successful change by focusing on the human dimensions of organizational change. The second edition of Change Happens was recently published in 2020.

I proudly hold degrees from Pepperdine, University, Western Illinois University, Carleton University and a Ph.D. from the University of Victoria.

Change happens. Cultivating belonging for your organization begins here

A little more about me

I currently live, learn, work, hike and paddle on the traditional, unceded and ancestral territories of the Halalt, Penelakut, and Stz’uminus families on Vancouver Island.

On my maternal side, I am the great, great granddaughter of family who emigrated from Ireland, amidst the great famine of 1847-1852.

On my paternal side, I am the great, great granddaughter of family who are of French and Anishinaabe ancestry.

I am grateful to all my ancestors, both descendants of immigrants and ancestors who have stewarded this land now known as Canada for centuries.