Liz Palmer, faculty member

Liz a lead faculty member on our programmes. She will also support you as a personal tutor and coach supervisor during the programme.  Liz is an experienced coach, coach trainer and facilitator working at all levels in both the public and private sector across a wide range of industries. She has worked in partnership with Damion Wonfor since 2012 delivering both open and client programmes.

Previously, Liz was the faculty lead for ILM and EMCC Global Practitioner programmes in a global leadership and coaching consultancy.  Liz’s early career spanned Engineering, Operations and HR in blue-chip Aerospace and FMCG companies. She has worked extensively in change management, organisation development and talent management. Her focus has always been on how individuals and teams can develop themselves and have the greatest impact in both their business and personal lives.

Liz is an Accredited Senior Coach Practitioner (EMCC Global EIA) and holds both an Advanced Practitioner and Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching in London. Liz has completed a Diploma in Supervision from the Centre for Supervision Training and Development in Bath, a Certificate in Group Facilitation at the Gestalt Centre in London and is trained in Clean Coaching and Emergent Knowledge. She has completed the Fundamentals in Systemic Coaching Constellations programme in London. She is one of a handful of VoicePrint Master Practitioners, an innovative profiling tool which enables productive and impactful conversations. She is a certified user of Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step I & II, Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Instrument and the Insightful Edge 360 and team profiling tool.

“I feel privileged to support others to become coaches. Creating a space which enables us to be both vulnerable and challenged at the same time is a rare experience and this is what we model and create on our programmes. Participants tell me they appreciate my supportive, non-judgmental approach which enables them to both connect to their strengths and challenge themselves to go further.” — Liz Palmer

Liz Palmer

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