Rebecca Newton
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Rebecca Newton

Dr Rebecca Newton

Organisational Psychologist, CEO of CoachAdviser

Rebecca Newton, PhD, is an Organisational Psychologist and Senior Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the Department of Management. She has spent 20 years researching and teaching on leadership, change, and management practice at the LSE, and is co-responsible for the Management in Practice course on the Global Masters in Management programme. Her doctoral research was in the psychology of change leadership in firms. Rebecca was a Visiting Fellow in the Psychology Department at Harvard University, and has taught executive education for Duke Corporate Education, the University of Cambridge and on the Accelerated Leadership Program at Harvard Law School.

For the last two decades, Rebecca has coached and advised leaders and teams on organisational change, culture, leadership, communication and influence. She is the Founder and CEO of CoachAdviser and works with clients globally, applying psychological profiling and behavioural diagnostic tools, coaching leadership teams and designing bespoke professional development programmes to drive collaboration, leadership capacity and growth. She has experience working across technology, finance, pharma, construction, telecoms, creative, legal and consulting sectors. Example organisations Rebecca has worked with include Coca-Cola Enterprises, Google, HSBC, Industrial Bank of China, Microsoft, Mishcon de Reya, Nike, Prime Minister’s Office Dubai, PwC, State Bank of India, United Nations OHIM and WeWork. She has worked with clients across North America, Europe, China, India and the Middle East.

A regular adviser and speaker in both corporate and academic forums, Rebecca has spoken at the Harvard Kennedy School Conference on Intergroup Leadership, and the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, and chaired sessions for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and the British Psychological Society. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Change Management, has contributed numerous chapters to books on leadership and organisational change, and is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review. Rebecca is the author of Authentic Gravitas: Who Stands Out and Why.