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Liz Wilson

Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change

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  • Emotional Intelligence of Coaches, Mentors and Supervisors, 
  • Strengths Based Approach to Change and Leadership, 
  • Purpose and Meaning as we Transition Out of Full-Time Work, 
  • Working with Younger People to Build Emotional Intelligence, Resilience and Purpose, 
  • High Standards in Coaching, Raising the Bar on Coaching Practice


Room GB2, Greenlands campus

Liz Wilson is a Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.

Her own coaching practice as an Executive and Personal Coach, mentor and supervisor spans 20 years' experience in public, private and third sector organisations. She is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and a licensed practitioner in team coaching, emotional intelligence and DiSC.

Liz is particularly interested in the importance of emotional intelligence within the coach, mentor and supervisor and how our own emotional intelligence impacts our coaching relationships and efficacy. Coaching clients are increasingly those leaving successful careers or businesses through retirement, redundancy or sale of business, helping them navigate their identity, purpose and aspirations as they move from full time work.

Liz has a background in music publishing following a degree in Music and German. She is also the co-author of Emotional Intelligence Coaching, published by Kogan Page in 2009.