Elizabeth Crosse

Elizabeth is one of the 1% of coaches globally to attain the International Coach Federation (ICF) Master Certified Coach credential. With over 30 years of expertise in coaching and training in the UK and abroad she has a proven track record of delivering pragmatic, effective coaching and development solutions that meet emerging business needs. She works with clients who face the challenge of working more strategically and need to develop practical courses of action that link their leadership aspirations to adding value to the business.

Her clients are Executives and senior leaders who are taking their organisations through major transformations, and need to engage and influence key stakeholders and management teams to implement successful transitions. She also specialises in working with people moving through professional changes, clients who want to accelerate their success, and develop practical courses of action that deliver business results. She has extensive experience of coaching individuals from a variety of disciplines, ranging from business owners to international asset managers. Her clients have included LBS, Performing Rights Society, NHS, UK Power Network, various Housing Corporations, Ministry of Justice, Department of Health, BIG Lottery Fund, De Lange Landen, and Societie Generale.

Clients tell her that she has a motivational and supportive style and they like her creativity, honesty and directness. Her insight and compassion allow her to challenge with integrity, build trust and inspire individuals to achieve their ambitions and deliver excellence. Her approach is pragmatic, solution and future focused. The core of how she works is to enable clarity and awareness, helping individuals understand their natural strengths and talents so they can learn to integrate them in everything they do. She enables her clients to build the self-knowledge and confidence to realise their potential and create sustainable results.

“You have given me a mind-set that my role is to stay focused on what is important for the client and they are accountable for taking action. In previous coach training it seemed like the coach had to design the methods and structure for the action plan. I realise now that is managing not coaching!” Head of Talent & OD, BIG Lottery Fund

“I benefitted particularly from the confidential, neutral and reflective space which enabled unrestricted exploration of some real fundamentals. This included establishing what’s important to me, life-line evolution, communication styles, taking charge of my own situation, coping with frustrations etc. Several useful challenges/steers gave me a ‘take-away’ from each session.” SCS member of the Career Transition service

“I hoped that coaching would provide me with an opportunity to break down any barriers to personal career progression and development – I wasn’t sure how it would do this. The coaching process helped me to firstly identify what the barriers were, secondly why they existed and techniques that I could use to overcome any barriers to what I wanted to achieve … Coaching for me really pulled out what seemed to be complicated issues to break down and identify personal blockers and put very simple solutions in place – the result in my case has been positive action and steps in the direction that I wanted to take.” Senior Manager, Legal Aid Boar

Elizabeth holds a MEd in Education and MSc in counselling psychology and is a qualified NLP Certified Coach and Master Practitioner. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and member of the British Psychological Society, holding full Level B status and is qualified to administer a wide range of personality, ability and aptitude measures. Her extensive training included wellbeing coaching, coaching, supervision and mentoring; she is an accredited supervisor and an ICF registered coach mentor. This background enables her to work holistically using intellectual rigor in a way that is structured and flexible to responding to the specific requirements of clients.

Testimonials
“You have given me a mind-set that my role is to stay focused on what is important for the client and they are accountable for taking action. In previous coach training it seemed like the coach had to design the methods and structure for the action plan. I realise now that is managing not coaching!”
“I benefitted particularly from the confidential, neutral and reflective space which enabled unrestricted exploration of some real fundamentals. This included establishing what’s important to me, life-line evolution, communication styles, taking charge of my own situation, coping with frustrations etc. Several useful challenges/steers gave me a ‘take-away’ from each session.”
“I hoped that coaching would provide me with an opportunity to break down any barriers to personal career progression and development – I wasn’t sure how it would do this. The coaching process helped me to firstly identify what the barriers were, secondly why they existed and techniques that I could use to overcome any barriers to what I wanted to achieve … Coaching for me really pulled out what seemed to be complicated issues to break down and identify personal blockers and put very simple solutions in place – the result in my case has been positive action and steps in the direction that I wanted to take.”