Change Facilitators

Our network of change facilitators are confident in supporting profound changes of belief and values.  Subscribing to the view that all change starts with the individual, they tend to have a background in experiential facilitation, action research, NLP and other ‘presencing’ approaches.  They are congruent leaders, who understand the complexity of living sustainably in a world of merging cultures and the shared issues of climate change, water and energy demand and loss of biodiversity.

The network is linked by Liz Morrison who completed an MSc focused on action research, systems thinking and complexity approaches at the University of Bath School of Management.  Her particular interest is on experiential learning using metaphors and constellation approaches.

Her career developed from marketing at Nestle, Kimberly Clark,  Rank Leisure and the Mars Group to Government stakeholder relations. This depth of business experience supports her in offering a pragmatic understanding of organizational culture and change issues when coaching.  She was one of the first people in the UK to gain  ICF professional coach certification.  Also qualified as a riding instructor and NLP master practitioner, she  is well known as an writer and performance coach in the equine world.

Do not cut down the tree that gives you shade


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Ian Lewis FRSA

Ian was made a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts for his services to training in the UK whilst researching and developing courses at the Universities of Durham, Canterbury, Bristol and Plymouth.  After working as a Regional Youth Work Adviser, Ian became a director of the Industry Training Organisation for Sport and Recreation, chairing the sector covering Development Training and Outdoor Education. He is an occasional lecturer at universities in Asia, US, and Europe and has been recruited by the United Nations to work on youth issues and values development. He is a trustee of the Brathay Hall Trust, Cumbria, the Develop Your Child Foundation and co-ordinator of the ‘Campaign for Adventure’, promoting and defending healthy risk-taking.



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