Dr Rebecca Newton is a business psychologist, executive coach, advisor, consultant and facilitator of executive education programmes globally. She is a specialist in leadership, coaching, influence, culture and change, and creates inspiring resources and professional development experiences for the most astute clients. Her practical insights, grounded in leading research, have established her as a highly sought-after speaker and advisor. She has worked globally with leaders from some of the world’s most influential organisations.
A passionate believer in the unrivalled value of academia and research insights, Rebecca has spent over 10 years lecturing at the London School of Economics and Political Science in Leadership, Change and Professional Development where she is a Senior Visiting Fellow. Rebecca also spent time as a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University, and has spoken on Intergroup Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government. She has provided executive education for the University of Cambridge, and is a Faculty member of Duke Corporate Education (ranked FT and Business Week #1 for custom corporate education, 2003-2014). She serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Change Management, has been interviewed by the Financial Times and is regular blog contributor to the Harvard Business Review and Forbes.com.
Rebecca has worked with over 10,000 people globally on a wide range of leadership, culture, change, influence, and communication topics for the last twenty years. Rebecca is committed to seeing leaders and professionals actively pursue and achieve ambitious career and organisational goals. She has worked with and advised professionals from Aerosystems International, ArcelorMittal, Bank of America Corporation, Barclays, BG Group, BiWater, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Coutts, CRH, DentsuAegis Network, Ericsson, HSBC, Industrial Bank of China, LCP, London Crossrail, Microsoft, Panasonic, PwC, State Bank of India, UnionPay China, Vodafone. She has worked across Europe, the U.S., Australia, India, China and Southeast Asia.
Rebecca lives in London with her husband and two children, and heads back to her native Sydney for some Australian sunshine whenever she gets the chance.