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Empowering Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and CEOs To Be Leaders of Change Management.

Tabetha is passionate about helping organizations implement effective change. She is an award-winning business professional and change management consultant.

Tabetha Sheaver, Founder & CEO

Dedication, Clear Communication, and Structure Implementation in Corporate Settings Have Earned Tabetha Sheaver Recognition

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  • US Business News 2019 Technology Elite Award for “MOST OUTSTANDING IN SOFTWARE ROI SUPPORT”

  • Project Management Institute’s 2019 “Women in Project Management” Award.

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  • Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP) from the ASSOCIATION OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS (ACMP)

  • Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from Project Management Institute (PMI)


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Get on the Same Page as Your Team with Organizational Change

Tabetha’s innovative style of implementation of the EOS methodology focuses on the human element in change management. Helping to facilitate understanding and communication across an organization of goals, expectations, and what’s at stake—to create success in a change initiative.

Tabetha’s Experience and Insight Have Made Her an In-Demand Public Speaker and Presenter Nationwide.

To have Tabetha Sheaver speak at a conference, event, or town hall, connect with her via the request form below.

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Tabetha Sheaver, Founder & CEO of the top business consulting firm in St. Louis, MO

As a leader, you want to be kind, helpful, and gracious while setting clear boundaries and sticking to them. Yet you need to meet KPIs. Constantly making exceptions for even a high performer won’t work in the long run.

- Tabetha Sheaver

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