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Elese CoitElese wants businesses and the people in them to thrive. Her approach to success is to teach companies the principles that regulate human potential so they can use this transformative knowledge to solve problems more easily, innovate more consistently and reach business targets more effectively.
Elese has focused on the factors behind success from the start of her corporate career. Puzzled by why talented people would sometimes achieve great results and sometimes not, Elese began to uncover a set of principles in operation. This transformed her approach to producing successful results. Articulating these as Human Potential Principles, Elese found that critical organizational functions, such as team working, problem solving and innovating, were directly improved as people were introduced to and obtained a working knowledge of the principles of human potential. Elese's firm, TrueChange Consultants, is entirely dedicated to helping companies bring this transformative knowledge to their leadership and teams.
Born in the US and having lived most of her life in Europe, Elese spent her professional career in project, program, people and change management within Fortune 500 companies. At British Telecom she was Senior Program Manager for business-critical transformation programs and global IT network solutions for major clients. Before becoming a consultant, she was British Telecom’s Head of Project and Program Management for the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Elese attended Cranfield Management School and is a certified MSP Program Manager and Certified Master Coach. She is also a former graduate lecturer at Westminster University, London and a faculty member of Michael Neill’s international Supercoach Academy.
Elese is the author of two books and is currently working on her third: human potential coaching for managers. In her writing and speaking she aims to help business understand the dynamic mechanisms and principles behind releasing human potential.
Elese has been a conscious contributor to professional and social-good organizations throughout her career. She is currently a Board Member of The Center for Sustainable Change, a national non-profit transforming the lives of children in distress.