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INTERVIEW The 360 degree

“Elouise is an experienced occupational psychologist who is passionate about making a difference to the working lives of individuals and in making organisations great places to work. Elouise goes beyond expectations and is not one to settle for good enough!”

Vicki Elsey, Northumbria University

“Elouise demonstrates a huge amount of passion and creativity in all that she does. I am always impressed with Elouise’s inclusive approach and ability to bring people together making her a

natural leader and someone I have learnt a great deal from.” Erin Price, Virgin Money

“Elouise is a great person to work with who has a genuine love for employee development. She has an extremely positive attitude and her passion for the HR and L&D profession is both inspiring and infectious. I am sure she has influenced the behaviour of many individuals and organisations she has worked with and will continue to do so in the future.”

Andrew Cumiskey, Bellway Homes

“Elouise is an inspiring thought leader who is passionate about driving innovative change to benefit both the culture and the workforce of any organisation. NECC have

worked alongside Elouise and she has provided us specific support with our own Culture Project. Elouise is imaginative, innovative and inspiring and has a real passion for the North East region!” Kelly Gaston, North East England Chamber of Commerce

“Elouise is an inspirational leader, she oozes enthusiasm in all aspects of her work. She is a delight to be around, as is her energetic style. Her natural coaching ability is

second to none and her insights and commitment to the profession is infectious.”

Lisa Davidson, Connect Health

“I can only describe Elouise as a breath of fresh air. She is able to look at things from all perspectives and come up with different approaches, so working with her

always results in creative solutions that work.”

Lynne Griffin, Newcastle College Group

12 | August 2016 | @TrainingJournal

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