Beth Neustadt

Beth Neustadt

Programme Co-Director

Dr Beth Neustadt’s early career, in the US, was in mental health service delivery and programme evaluation and then organisational consulting. This led to work with a British firm undergoing transformation from government agency into a FTSE 100-listed corporation, which precipitated her relocation to the UK. Later, she established her own London-based consulting business.

Over 25 years in the UK, Beth delivered organisational consulting, including role consultations, through Neustatus Consulting, Ltd. and in association with established consulting firms, including Tavistock Consulting, where she also earned an executive coaching certification and subsequently became a visiting lecturer for our professional doctorate in Advanced practice and research: consultation and the organisation (D10D).

In 2012, Beth returned to the Boston area to take up the role of director of executive education custom programs at Harvard Business School. She managed an international portfolio of client relationships, engaging in business development, programme design and delivery, and programme evaluation. She worked with HBS faculty and executive education delivery teams, and with clients’ senior executives and learning and development teams.

In 2019, Beth returned to self-employment, working through both her London firm and its US counterpart, Neustatus Consulting, LLC. Beth’s executive coaching portfolio includes established executives and future leaders, employed in a mix of proprietary businesses and non-profit organisations, based in both the UK and the US.

In July 2023, Beth accepted a part-time position in the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, where her responsibilities include co-directing our Executive coaching programme – Tavistock Consulting (ECP).

Beth holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Cornell University, an MBA and an ABD in Social Psychology (Organization Development concentration) from Boston University, and a PhD in Psychology from University College, London.

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