Elizabeth Lank is an independent specialist who helps organisations improve efficiency and effectiveness through greater cross-boundary collaboration and knowledge sharing. Over the last ten years she has advised close to thirty private, public and voluntary sector organisations on how best to connect their ‘silos’.
Before setting up her own business in 2001, she worked for an I.T. services company ICL (now Fujitsu Services) for fifteen years in different organisational and leadership development roles, including leading ICL’s ‘Mobilising Knowledge’ programme for five years.
In addition to her advisory work, Elizabeth is a frequent keynote speaker and facilitator on leadership development programmes. Her sessions are designed to engage leaders’ enthusiasm for building collaborative organisations, by emphasising the business value of collaboration and the practical steps for making it a reality. She has been a visiting lecturer on the U.K. government’s Cabinet Office Top Management Programme, at INSEAD, London Business School, Henley Management College, Solvay Business School and the Berlin School for Creative Leadership.