Beth A. Miller: There Is A Difference To Coaching Vs. Mentoring

by | June 23, 2020

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In this episode of Agents Influence podcast, host Jason Cass interviews Beth Armknecht Miller, the Leadership Development Advisor and Executive Coach of Executive Velocity. Beth talks about the significance of key positions, succession planning, and the relevance of core competencies. 

Episode Highlights:

  • Jason Introduces Beth Miller. (2:11)
  • Jason mentions that BrainShare will happen on October 25, 2020. (3:08)
  • Is Beth an iPhone or an Android user? (6:24)
  • What was the last app that Beth downloaded? (6:33)
  • Does Beth love to win or hate to lose? (7:28)
  • What does Beth attribute to her success, skill or luck? (7:56)
  • Beth considers herself a lifelong learner. (8:58)
  • Beth shares that she is ready to get her Certification In Emotional Intelligence assessment next month. (9:07)
  • Beth graduated from Babson College, major in finance. (11:33)
  • Beth mentions the significance of key positions, and key employees in succession planning. (16:54)
  • Beth shares that assessment is not only about skills, but also in emotional intelligence. (18:01)
  • Jason shares a story about his friend Wessly Anderson. (26:38)
  • Beth explains the definition of 360-degree assessment. (28:04)
  • Beth says that development planning is the core component of succession planning. (28:33)
  • Beth shares that talent management means being strategic about your talent. (30:29)
  • Jason talks about the talent management system. (31:38)
  • How do you prepare yourself first before the organization? (34:32)
  • Jason shares that when our brain feels comfortable seeing something else, then it’s okay to leave where it is. (35:30)

3 Key Quotes:

  • “My whole identity is wrapped up in a good agency.” -Beth Armknecht Miller
  • “If you give them some coaching, they’ll come around.” -Beth Armknecht Miller
  • “Succession planning should be an integral part of your business plan.” – Beth Armknecht Miller

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