Hetty Einzig


Psychology, Transpersonal Coaching, EQ. Leadership





  • The Fitness Jungle (with Christopher Connolly; Century-Hutchinson 1986)
  • The New Guide to Women’s Health (with Dr. Norma Williams; Macdonalds 1985)
  • Dieting Makes You Fat (with Geoffrey Cannon; Century 1983, Sphere 1985, Simon & Schuster 1985. Translated and published also in Holland, Norway, Finland, Japan, etc. (No.1 in the UK non-fiction best-seller list 1983)

Selected Publications

  • ‘Don’t play by the rules: how to reignite women’s fire in the workplace’ Guardian Women in Leadership, 17 March 2016
  • ‘Shared Ownership’ in Coaching at Work, Nov/Dec 2013 [download below]
  • ‘What the Cherokee can teach business leaders about sustainability’ Guardian Sustainable Business, 6 August 2013
  • ‘Psychosynthesis – A Practical Psychology For Our Times’, April 2013
  • ‘The Beast Within – coaching the dark and the light’ in Coaching at Work, May 2011 — “Commended” by the Editorial Board in the category ‘Best Thought Leadership Article, 2013’ [download]

My roots are in depth psychology. I support individuals and teams to understand their strengths and their challenges, articulate their dreams, resolve complex issues (whether about people, systems or strategy) and realise their potential through real action. I encourage people to broaden their horizons and recognise their contribution to the wider global social and environmental issues confronting us. Working with a creative mix of intellectual challenge, psychological insight and reflection (well leavened with humour and a light touch), and a toolkit that includes imagery, metaphor and story, I have established a reputation for growing and maintaining deep personal engagement in my clients and sustained performance and purpose that extends beyond the coaching journey – and, critically, humour!

My career has spanned the arts, health and organisational development. I co-established a successful London contemporary art gallery, then worked as a journalist for 8 years, writing features on the arts, health and women in work for national magazines and newspapers. I held editorial positions at the Sunday Times Magazine and Time Out, and have written, co-written and co-edited a number of books since the 1980’s.

I have chaired numerous conferences and seminars nationally and have radio and television experience, both as a best-selling author (of Dieting Makes You Fat) and as Director of the Parenting Forum. I was the presenter of the first series of a successful live television counselling programme which continued for several series (A Problem Aired, Thames Television, 1987).

Since 2003 I have been a core member of Be the Change (now Be the Change Initiative), a non-profit social change organisation which addresses the interconnected dimensions of sustainability: environment, social justice and personal/spiritual fulfilment. BTCI deliver Symposia and Facilitator Trainings throughout the UK and are affiliated with the Pachamama Alliance in the US. I believe business has a key role in helping shape a better world for all.


Upcoming Programmes

By Alexandra Feldner, October 26 @ 12:00 pm , Dubai


Many women in executive positions are frustrated as they find themselves suppressing their values and wisdom to fit into existing business structures that are obsolete or based on outdated behaviours and limited thinking.

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By , March 8, 2018 - March 9, 2018 , London

2 Day Event

FEMMEQ: FEMININE INTELLIGENCE – 2day SUMMIT Awakening and Creating an Inspired Future CATEGORY: FEMININE LEADERSHIP   DATE: March 8th &Read More