Liz Hall

Diploma Facilitator Liz Hall is Editor & Co-owner of Coaching at Work magazine (www.coaching-at-work.com); author of Mindful Coaching (Kogan Page, 2013), author/editor of Coaching in Times of Crisis & Transformation (Kogan Page, 2015), and chapter contributor to books including Professional Coaching (Springer, 2018); Mindfulness in Organisations (Cambridge University Press, 2015), and Mastery in Coaching (Association for Coaching/Kogan Page, 2014).

She is a Senior Practitioner Coach (European Mentoring & Coaching Council), and a founding member of the Association for Coaching Spain. She delivers personal and leadership coaching & runs a range of coaching & mindfulness events and  programmes. Clients include/ have included Corus (now part of Tata); Portsmouth University; Green Alliance; Sustran; the Escuela Europea; the UK’s NHS (National Health Service); News UK; Open University, and Imperial College London. A certified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, she also delivers a MBSR programme for the general public.

Liz is a co-founder of the International Summit for Mindfulness & Compassion at Work, which has convened twice in Madrid, in 2017 and 2018. She speaks widely on coaching and mindfulness, including at Positivity Coaching’s annual coaching event in Athens in September 2018.

Liz is an Associate with the UK’s Institute for Employment Studies, and with Rising Minds, and is on the faculty of the Academy of Executive Coaching amongst others.

Liz is also an award-winning HR, health & business journalist who started her career in journalism almost 30 years ago and who has written for publications including The Financial Times; The Guardian; People Management; Personnel Today; Employers’ Law; Occupational Health; Doctor; Hospital Doctor, and Practice Nurse.

Liz won the Association for Coaching’s Award for External Impact on the Coaching Profession 2010-11.

Liz is passionate about mindfulness and compassion can heal and transform, helping us lead authentic, courageous and ethical lives.