In addition to her work as an Executive and Career Coach, Elise sits on the board of a boutique investment company and is the director of that organisation’s philanthropic foundation. Her career background includes working for a professional services company as Director of Training, working confidentially with high-profile senior executives. Prior to that she was HR Director for a joint venture company owned by Bechtel and Edison SpA. During her career, she has also worked in the world of politics, fine art, the diplomatic field and the Royal Household, as well as for a number of multi-national blue-chip companies including a law firm and a global private investment firm in the field of technology.
Elise is an Executive and Career Coach and Organisational Development Consultant. Elise has in-depth knowledge of the requirements of the recruitment and headhunting world, which helps her prepare clients to successfully structure their own career paths. As an Executive Coach, Elise works with leaders and aspiring leaders to help them develop their strengths to cope with the huge expectations that are demanded of them today.
Elise’s coaching style quickly builds rapport with her clients, whilst challenging them to develop new ways of turning their vision into reality. She supports them through the process of removing limiting self-beliefs and encourages them to reflect on their learning to develop positive outcomes. Elise is a skilled communicator and trainer who believes every coaching session should be enjoyable as well as stretching and transformational.
MA in Human Resource Management
Post-Graduate Diploma in Executive Coaching and Organisational Development
Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ABNLP)
Member of the Association for Coaching (MAC)
“I believe that every person deserves to be the best they can be and I am dedicated to helping my clients achieve their full potential, release untapped talent and develop new ways of maximising their impact and boosting their effectiveness within the wider organisational business needs.”