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OSU Leadership Center

College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences



  1. I consider Leadership Moments as an ongoing “slice” of my professional development.  Not only have they been of benefit to me, but I have taken the occasional opportunity to share with my staff and with other colleagues across the country.  Thank you for these valued quick moments in the day.

    Rose Wilson-Hill

  2. Beth Flynn cares deeply about your leadership skills. There is no better guide for your learning journey.

    Jim Canterucci, ELCircle

  3. Beth Flynn is a great asset to The Ohio State University.  Her expertise in “Know Your Strengths” is outstanding, as is her willingness to share her passion and knowledge with members of the University community to develop and provide growth for both staff and students.  Since our Strengths Finder sessions with Beth, we use the strengths philosophy when organizing teams and in our day to day operations within our staff of 38.  I am very appreciative of Beth’s coaching and commitment to helping us grow as a team here at OSU.

    Virginia Layton, OSU Director of Financial Services

  4. Beth is a welcoming facilitator who listens well so that she can help each participant gain new skills while strengthening those that are positive.  With advance notice, she can tailor her presentation to assist the group focusing on skills that are most beneficial.   She wants each person to grow and deliberately designs her workshops to involve all.  No one can be a wallflower in Beth’s workshops.

    Vicki Schwartz

  5. The What Will it Be Today? Conflict, Compete or Collaborate workshop focus was on me, and what I can do to change how I act in conflict situations. I gained greater understanding that I can not change the way others act, I can only change my own actions. Very helpful to learn how my behaviors can be interpreted by others as very differently from how I intended. I was apprehensive at the first, but Beth quickly made entire group feel welcome, and capable of change.  Playing the game, “Win as much as you can” demonstrated perfectly how difficult it can be for some of us to learn a new behavior and change our habits.

    Vicki Schwartz