Bea Fields Companies, Inc. was founded in 1999 as a consulting, coaching and training firm for small businesses in the Sandhills and Triangle regions of North Carolina. In 2001, the company transitioned into a full service leadership coaching, consulting and training firm, and has provided services to over 850 C-level and Senior Level executives and 2500 training clients.
The company specializes in the following subject areas:
- Adult Learning Methods
- Assessment Strategies
- Business Development
- Emotional Intelligence
- Executive Coaching
- Executive Leadership Development
- Leading and Managing Generation Y
- Leading Through Change
- Success Strategies
- Talent Recruitment and Retention
- Team Coaching & Development
Bea Fields is the President of Bea Fields Companies, Inc. and the Founder of Five Star Leader Coaching and Training, a leadership consulting firm currently serving over 800 clients world-wide.
Along with Scott Wilder, Jim Bunch and Rob Newbold, she is the co-author of Millennial Leaders: Success Stories From Today’s Most Brilliant Generation Y Leaders. The book explores and analyzes Generation Y from a socio-economic standpoint. The book highlights 25 members of this generation who have already made a name for themselves, and provides crucial insights for business and political leaders seeking to tap into this demographic.
Along with Corey Blake and Eva Silva Travers, she is also the author of Edge: A Leadership Story, which was named a finalist in the 2008 National Best Book Awards in the category of Business/Motivation.
Fields’ educational background includes a bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama, and a certificate degree in Leadership Coaching from Georgetown University in Washington, DC.
Bea Fields Companies, Inc. has had great success in using a variety of leadership and business development programs to assist clients in the areas of marketing, sales, strategic planning, business development, strategic alliance development, training and event development, creative writing, customer service, and public speaking.
In addition to her consulting work, Fields maintains an active role in her community. She has served on the Board of Visitors for The University of North Carolina’s Children’s Hospital, and the board of directors for The Sandhills Children’s Center in Southern Pines, North Carolina. She has also served as a director for The FirstHealth Hospice Foundation in Pinehurst, North Carolina, and The Episcopal Day School in Southern Pines, North Carolina.