She is a strong, calm and intelligent woman whose background, both professionally and personally, has shaped her approach to coaching culminating in her innovative and life changing programme, Mental State Mastery.
“I love what I do, it’s powerful and it works. It can change lives.”
Her passion for learning means her coaching practise is constantly evolving to bring her clients the very latest cutting-edge tools and techniques to help them live their best life. Elizabeth is a long-term student of Dr Joe Dispenza, world leading neuroscientist and coaching guru.
Elizabeth has held an impressive corporate career. After gaining her BA Business Studies at Newcastle University, she launched her career at US Investment Bank Goldman Sachs. She went on to forge a long and successful career in high level search and board consulting / advisory work where she ran the global financial services search practice for Heidrick & Struggles. In 2002 Elizabeth founded her own search firm, Hammond Partners, which her husband Paul now runs. She has also founded a number of companies including TXG Ltd, a leading provider of corporate coaching, leadership development and board effectiveness. She has advised and mentored at Board Level across several organisations including a major fashion e-tailer.
Throughout her career, she has worked closely with people, but her coaching journey truly began in 2001, and in 2010 Elizabeth came across brain wave optimisation and her neuroscience journey began.
With an unrivalled career both in the corporate and coaching world and Elizabeth’s own challenging and unique back story, it is no wonder Mental State Mastery is an essential programme for anyone who wants to improve their wellbeing and ultimately choose the life they want to live. It is, in her own words, something that is to be taken seriously. It is not a fluffy chat, it is hard hitting, and it gets results.
Beyond her practice Elizabeth believes strongly in the importance of giving back. For many years she sat on the Princes Trust Women’s Leadership Committee and for the last 9 years has been an active member of the Action for Children committee playing a key role in running the Spring Ladies Lunch – an annual event that raises a considerable amount of money for the charity.
Elizabeth believes passionately in philanthropic activity and wants her work to be available to all. She holds a specific space in her practise for Pro Bono clients and works with at least one at any given time. If you or someone you know qualifies for Elizabeth's Pro Bono coaching, please apply via get in touch.