Dr. Beth Gullette
Beth is a licensed psychologist and human capital leader with two decades of experience spanning leadership, organizational consulting, applied psychology and research. Throughout her career, Beth has been deeply committed to creating the conditions for diverse individuals and groups to grow and thrive. Currently, she serves as Chief People Officer for Well, which offers a modern, friendly, and intelligent digital + human hybrid consumer health engagement platform. Prior to Well, Beth co-founded Contemporary Leadership Advisors, where she served as a trusted adviser to senior executives, boards and investors and a thought leader on issues of individual and organizational change, culture, leadership development, executive assessment and cultivating high performance teams. She also co-founded and continues to serve on the board of the Institute for Contemporary Leadership, an applied-research learning center, whose mission is to enable senior leaders to make a step change in their leadership, and have greater impact in their organizations and beyond.
Previously, Beth was a founding member of AlixPartners’ Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness practice as well as Coaching Practice Leader and Senior Faculty Member at The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), and Senior Director of Learning & Development for Lash Group, a healthcare consulting firm focused on patient access to lifesaving therapies.
Beth holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology from Duke University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke in Behavioral Medicine. An active writer and presenter, Beth has published numerous peer-reviewed journal articles in the health psychology field; co-edited the CCL Handbook of Coaching in Organizations and authored two chapters in that volume, Team Coaching and Coaching in Context: The Individual in Relation to Organizational Culture; and recently led the team that published revised guidelines for education and training in organizational consulting psychology for the American Psychological Association.
Beth lives with her family and two dogs in Chapel Hill, NC, where she stays active in mind and body and tries to stay grounded in spirit.