Cheryl Beth Kuchler

CEO Think Tank® Founder and President Cheryl Beth Kuchler has over 25 years of experience providing business advisory services, leading strategic change initiatives, coaching executives, designing leadership training and development programs, and supervising production areas.

Since 2001, her focus has been on providing business consulting and coaching services to CEOs, business owners, and senior executives of small- to mid-sized businesses and running Think Tanks for executives.  She works with owners and leadership as well as with their teams to develop and implement business and life strategies, which leverage their strengths and maximize their potential.

While Cheryl Beth works primarily with small, mid-market business clients, her early career was spent in big business. For many years, she worked for the Procter and Gamble Company. Her early consulting clients included the DuPont Company, General Electric, Amazon, and the Johnson and Johnson family of companies. She has worked in settings ranging from corporate and financial to manufacturing and engineering. She has extensive experience in designing and implementing Six Sigma and other change initiatives and working with teams to leverage system-wide projects in the arenas of process improvement and business alignment.

Cheryl Beth has presented at the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Baiada Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Drexel University, and other professional associations, including the Alliance for Women Entrepreneurs, an organization for women entrepreneurs and business owners headquartered in the Greater Philadelphia area; the National Organization Development Network; and the Regional American Society for Training and Development conferences.

She has earned a Master’s of Science in organization development from American University and NTL Institute and holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Lehigh University. She is a certified Gazelles International coach and is certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.  She currently resides in Blackwood, New Jersey with her husband and two sons.

Top 10 Reasons why Ron Jaworski Golf Loves Cheryl Beth and the Rockefeller Habits

  1. Cheryl Beth educated us in the importance of Core Values for our company and took the time to help us create them. >> This has made a significant improvement in the way we conduct business.
  2. She taught us…If you want to be a $25 million company you have to act like one. >> Think BIG
  3. We can operate with less people – but better people at a higher pay. >> Higher slow/Fire fast
  4. Importance of requiring my Key employees to give me their Top 5 priorities every week and to ensure they are carrying them out. (Ask Cheryl Beth about the Charles Schwab story.)
  5. Cash is King.
  6. Our managers now conduct daily huddles keeping everyone in sync.
  7. We have learned to assign line item expenses to individual managers and make them responsible.
  8. Begin your meetings with good news.
  9. Establish quarterly goals, rocks and actions and make everyone accountable.
  10. Create a BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) for your Key employees.