About Elisabeth Goodman

I am the Owner and Principal Consultant at RiverRhee , which specialises in “creating exceptional managers and teams”, through courses, workshops and one-to-one coaching, and with a focus on the Life Sciences.

I founded RiverRhee in 2009, and prior to that had 25+ years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry in line management and internal training and consultancy roles supporting teams on a global basis.  

I am developing my coaching practice, with a focus  on helping individuals with their management, interpersonal and communication skills and with their ability to deal with change.  I am interested in how our understanding of neurodiversity (such as autism, dyslexia and ADHD) can provide insights for these skills.

I am accredited in Change Management, in Lean Sigma, in Belbin Team Roles, MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator – Steps 1 and 2) and I am an NLP (NeuroLinguistic Programming) Practitioner. I am a member of the ICF (International Coaching Federation) and am working towards the PG Certification in Business and Personal Coaching with Barefoot Coaching and the University of Chester.  I am a member of the APM (Association for Project Management) in which I was a founding member of the Enabling Change SIG.

N.B. RiverRhee is a member-to-member training provider for One Nucleus

5 responses to “About Elisabeth Goodman

  1. A small mistake on your About page: in the 3rd para, replace “moral” with “morale”.
    No doubt, your teaching might also improve their morals too!
    Samin

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  3. Hello,

    I stumbled upon your blog and I like it very much!
    I was wondering if you are interested in guest blog posts.
    We would love to have a post published on your blog.
    Kindly let me know your opinion.

    Best Regards,
    Anda Tudor
    Public Relations Manager
    FreelanceCoach.com

    • elisabethgoodman

      Hello and thank you so much for your feedback Anda – yes I certainly welcome guest blogs relating to the topics that I write about. I’ll get in touch with you by e-mail.

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