Liz has a supportive and encouraging facilitation style. She seeks to listen, absorb and work with groups to find a way forward from complex and challenging situations.
She is particularly experienced at working with professional groups to challenge and stretch them to generate pragmatic solutions.
A former senior leader in the financial services industry Liz became a consultant in 2000. Liz has a Master’s Degree in Managing Change, is a Team Management Systems Master Practitioner and is on the Editorial Board for the publication: "Development and Learning in Organisations".
- Several large scale facilitation events with teams at Leeds University on topics including Carbon Capture and Storage, Energy and Integrated Transport Systems
- Facilitation between decision making stakeholders involved in a new rail station project to agree go/no go on project.
- Large scale facilitation events to develop strategy with senior leadership team of a civil engineering company
- Facilitation of Sustainable Nutrition funding proposal workshop - a joint initiative between Newcastle University and 11 industrial partners
- Design and facilitation of public consultation/focus groups for the Medical Research Council
- Diagnostic interviews and facilitation of a two day strategy workshop with the CEO and leadership team of a rail company
- Design and facilitation of a joint workshop between industry and University partners to explore the use of Robotics and Drones in the mining industry
- Collaborative - working in large project teams, listening and engaging with others
- Respected - bring a gravitas to her approach with groups, sharing depth of experience
- Pragmatic - focused on real time solutions to problems
- Involving - listens and encourages deeper dialogue in groups