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Elizabeth Crosse

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  • By Area: coaching, supervision, coach mentoring, coach training, 
  • By Industry: Private and Public Sector government, third sector, oil and gas, 
  • By Geography: UK, Europe, North America, Asia, Australia

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.

She was a pioneer in introducing an internal coaching offer to the Civil Service and now partners with organisations to develop their internal coaching capabilities

Her practice has two main areas of focus; leadership coaching and facilitating the professional development of coaches. Common to both is an emphasis on enabling the absorption of new learning and awareness into who we are and how we work.

She also specialises in working with clients and coaches moving through professional changes, individuals who want to accelerate their success, create sustainable changes and develop practical courses of action that deliver results. This is about working with emerging goals and evolving objectives she helps individuals engage in different, more beneficial ways with current and future challenges.

Elizabeth holds 3 Master’s degrees including an MA in Coaching and Mentoring, is a Fellow of the CIPD and a member of the British Psychological Society. She is an accredited supervisor and an ICF registered coach mentor and has successfully mentored over 200 practitioners for their ACC, PCC and MCC accreditation.

Conference Presentations

Elizabeth has presented at a number of National and International Conferences on a range of topics concerning leadership, talent development and coaching. These conferences included the USA Young Presidents Conference, EMCC Conference Sweden, ICF conference Switzerland and several CIPD conferences UK. Elizabeth has also presented master classes on coaching and talent development at Roffey Park, ‘Civil Service Live’ and NHS Leadership Forums.