Helping Employees Thrive: Using Digital Coaching to Transform Employee Well-being

Helping Employees Thrive: Using Digital Coaching to Transform Employee Well-being

Employee well-being has long been established as a key driver of employee engagement and many other business outcomes. It’s no secret that the global pandemic has had a significant impact on the holistic well-being of employees’. While many employers were quick to find solutions and implement policies to ensure workers’ had the support they needed, many are still figuring out what actions will be meaningful. It starts with being human-centric. To truly shape employee experience, personalised and proactive approaches are the most sustainable and effective way to support people, especially in these unprecedented times. Coaching is a powerful, personalised approach. This session will share how, through coaching, you can best support employee well-being and how you can take preventive steps to avoid wellbeing issues in the future. This session will address:

• Understanding the barriers to well-being in the workplace
• The case for supporting holistic well-being
• Digital coaching as a powerful tool for employee well-being
• Practical tips you can do today to support your employees

About the speaker:

Liz is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at CoachHub, where she marries her expertise in organisational psychology, employee experience, and organisational development to close the gap between coaching research and practice.


Prior to CoachHub, Liz worked for two employee experience HRTech companies, Limeade and Qualtrics, where she built global advisory teams to deliver on customer employee experience programs and provide expertise in the design of new product features and solutions. During her time as Director of Organisational Development at Healthfirst she supported the organisation’s transformation toward integrated talent management through: building employee listening strategies, assessing and supporting culture transformation, transforming performance management, delivering 360-degree feedback programs, and designing talent reviews and succession planning. In her early career, Liz was a Consultant for Towers Watson and Paris Phoenix Group, partnering with world-class organisations across industries, her client work ranged from employee engagement, culture assessment and change, competency design and implementation, career architecture, and conducting custom research to address complex business issues.


Liz earned her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organisational Psychology from Seattle Pacific University and is an ICF Certified Professional Coach. Liz is an active member of the Society of Industrial-Organisational Psychology (SIOP), International Coaching Federation, and Portland Women in Tech.