Elizabeth O’Neill
Head of Projects and Change
Charities Aid Foundation

I run towards fires, I love hard problems and difficult challenges. I thrive on helping people do things that they thought were impossible and watching them reach their potential. After over 20 years of leading technical teams, projects and change I know that people are the key to everything.

I have had the pleasure of helping some exceptional people do extraordinary things. I’ve supported people new to management grow and develop into phenomenal leaders. I’ve helped people gain a greater understanding of what they want from their career and how to balance this with other areas of their life. I’ve helped entrepreneurs and senior executives focus on the important things to grow their businesses and I’ve helped people understand what is really important to them.

I have a real passion for inspiring people to reach their full potential while maintaining life balance. I’m committed to shifting business culture: one person and one business at a time as the one size fits all approach to leadership development no longer works.”


Title: Let me tell you about the birds and the bees

Abstract: Now that the title has grabbed your attention, I have a question for you, how connected are your teams?  Social connectedness is vital for every human being: even us techies and even the most introverted of us. In just 20 minutes, I am hoping to convince you that building social connectedness is one of the most important things for you to be focused on if you want to increase the performance of your teams.  But in this new remote/hybrid (or maybe not so new) world, how do we connect on a human level. Come along to this chat, and i will explain more and what we can learn from the birds and the bees.