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On today’s show we will be talking to Tabetha Sheaver, who is the founder of Plus Delta 314, which specializes in the execution of well-designed internal communication strategies that drive organizational change and increase user adoption on technology initiatives.
During this episode you’ll hear:
- Tabetha shares her entrepreneurial journey
- The differences being a woman creates in the entrepreneurial world
- Risks she has taken in her entrepreneurial pursuit
- The one question she asks herself everyday
- What she would tell her younger self about the pursuit of an entrepreneurial path
- Common pitfalls for startups and entrepreneurs
- Qualities or personality traits that are important in being an entrepreneur and how to know if you have them
- She shares about change management and user adoption
- The keys to her success
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Tabetha is the founder of Plus Delta 314, which specializes in the execution of well-designed internal communication strategies that drive organizational change and increase user adoption on technology initiatives.
After years of consulting and coaching individuals and companies on how to implement technology systems, her passion for understanding the “why” lead her to a deep study of psychology and alternative methods of driving change, such as neurolinguistics programming. Combining “self-help” change theories with real world business challenges, she has helped hundreds of users feel empowered in their business and personal lives.
Tabetha holds a Project Management Professional certification and is a member C12, as well as a leader of the local CRM user group community in St. Louis, Missouri. She is a much sought-after workshop leader, drawing on her personal experience from working directly on hundreds of technology change initiatives.
She has delivered practical yet innovative tips on how to motivate and identify barriers to change and dovetails project management with organizational change management for a holistic approach to the people side of technology. Having experienced many of the pitfalls that most technology project teams experience, she is able to proactively communicate what to expect to assist people in mitigating risk and prepare their people for the change. Tabetha also frequently speaks at corporate events and at leading industry conferences such as CRMUG Summit.