Liz is a Director and Co-founder of 10Eighty, and has provided HR solutions to a wide range of industries since 2005 working with numerous firms to understand their needs. She’s a great believer in the power and intelligence of networking. She’s always thinking about her next introduction and with 3700+ LinkedIn connections and 4,550 LinkedIn followers the possibilities are endless!

She trained as an Executive Coach and completed the Academy of Executive Coaching Practitioner Diploma in 2020.

She’s passionate about making a difference through her mentoring work for the CIPD. Making people happy in their career every day is her ultimate goal.

You could describe Liz as an art lover, tennis enthusiast (look out for her at The Hurlingham Club or at Wimbledon in June), hostess with the mostest, foodie à la France, and devoted mum of Orlando and Freddie who enjoys the perfect work-life balance.

Connect with Liz on LinkedIn here.

10Eighty

10Eighty is a boutique, specialist provider of career coaching based in the UK. All of our clients are unique, and so our services are tailored to their individual needs. 10Eighty helps individuals to maximise their potential and helps organisations to harness that potential. We are experts in developing leadership capability and helping organisations increase employee engagement. Our service offerings include: Career Transition/Outplacement, Executive Coaching, Career Management, Leadership and Management Development and Team Effectiveness

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10Eighty and Global Talent Hub forge a partnership

10Eighty is pleased to announce it has become a shareholder in Global Talent Hub (GTH). We can’t wait to see what this partnership brings.

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Why is there an epidemic of “quiet quitting”?

Quiet quitting is working only to do the minimum requirements of one’s job and putting in no more time, effort, or enthusiasm than absolutely necessary.

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change

Change and why we should embrace it

Change is inevitable, and even when it’s a welcome change, it can be difficult to handle. We discuss why it’s important to embrace change.

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The benefits of LinkedIn learning

Shannon Rowlands reflects on her learning to date using LinkedIn Learning.

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