Kate Newberg is a problem-solver who partners with executives, managers and staff to help them succeed. After spending more than 15 years helping others develop strategies, improve processes and achieve operational excellence, Kate learned success comes from how well you connect with the people you’re trying to help. That is why she incorporates change management principles into all of her engagements.
Kate is a principal consultant for GPS (https://www.governmentperformance.us/) – they work with organizations driven by their mission and not profit. She serves as co-director of learning and development on the Board of the Colorado Lean Network (CLN) and is the chair for the 2020 CLN Lean Summit.
She strives to elevate the strategic importance of continuous learning as a means for individuals to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviors to help them to adapt to changes and excel in their workplace. She has designed, developed and taught multiple courses on topics such as problem solving, process improvement, change management, accountability, attention management and more!
Kate holds a Bachelor of Arts from the Grandview University, a Leadership certification from Oregon State University, a Strategic Leadership and Management certificate from University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, and a Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt certification.