The insight she brings to business issues is grounded in both theory and practice.
Lizzie has worked with teams for over 25 years in complex business, consulting and non-executive roles. Throughout her career, Lizzie has developed and delivered successful organisational change and development programmes in areas including customer centricity, leadership, diversity & inclusion, safety and resilience, working across all organisational levels. The insight she brings to business issues is grounded in both theory and practice.
Her experience includes:
- ten years at Shell, leading large, diverse, global marketing and customer operations teams, increasing customer satisfaction and financial return
- seven years at Capgemini working with FTSE 100 companies on strategy and transformation programmes in the energy, retail, financial services and public sectors.
- seven years in investment management, running UK and European equity portfolios.
Lizzie has a Masters in Behavioural Science from the London School of Economics and trained in coaching at Henley Business School and in group facilitation at the Gestalt Centre in London. She is the co-founder of Thank Goodness It's Monday: Making Better Workplaces, a bi-monthly forum exploring the use of behavioural science approaches in organisations. She writes a blog, Women Who Meant Business, telling the stories of business women working in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Lizzie is also a non-executive director of UK Coaching, acting as the Senior Independent Director and Chair of the HR and Remuneration subcommittee.