Kate Bett is the owner and partner with BettSolutions LLC a talent management and leadership development consulting practice. Kate is an organizational performance and leadership development specialist with over 25 years of both practical and consulting experience as an independent consultant, and formerly as a managing consultant with Deloitte & Touche and heading global assessment programs for Computer Sciences Corporation.
Kate works with organizations and senior management groups to create and facilitate talent management processes aimed at identifying, assessing and developing organizational leaders. She specializes in competency-based programs such as succession planning, high potential identification/assessment and development, executive coaching, 360 feedback process and facilitation, competency modeling, role profiling, and standardizing HR talent management processes and procedures.
In partnership with Bob Eichinger, Kate co-authored Lominger International’s Succession Architect® program; a process for organizations to identify and develop high potential and high professional talent. In addition, she has developed and delivered a variety of programs in the areas of leadership development, high potential development, facilitating 360 feedback, coaching and interviewing/selection.
Kate has been working with Korn Ferry (formerly Lominger International’s) Leadership Architect® Suite of Tools for 25 years and is certified in the entire Leadership Architect® Product Suite. Kate is also certified in MBTI and ESCI.
In addition, Kate is an Adjunct Professor at Nichols College for the Master of Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program for the College of Graduate and Professional Studies.
Kate holds a Bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics from George Mason University and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development from Marymount University.
How to Contact Kate:
- Phone – 1 (336) 245-8851
- Current Location – Winston-Salem, NC
- Works Globally
- Extensively experienced in the Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences, Manufacturing and Public Sector (State and Federal Government)