At our next Peterborough Learning breakfast we will be discussing, “Debate or Dialogue? Advocacy or Inquiry?” Much of our world – and sometimes our working lives – can seem to consist of opposing views and deadlock (think Brexit!). Debate and … Read More
We cannot make good news out of bad practice
Edward R. Murrow
Judith is a qualified Executive Coach, with over 20 years’ experience working with leaders in both the public and private sectors. With a strong business background she can link the strategic perspective of an organisation to the wider system with ease and clarity.
She is accredited by the Association for Professional Coaches and Supervisors (APECS) and has been a Guest Lecturer at Cambridge University on both the Certificate and Diploma Coaching programmes.
Judith is experienced in working with executives and senior managers and her areas of expertise lie in her detailed knowledge of organisational change. She works in a collaborative way, helping to build highly motivated individuals and teams using an empathetic and intuitive approach with a firm focus on professionalism and effectiveness.
Achievements & Qualifications
- MSc in Change Agent Skills and Strategies from the University of Surrey
- Graduate and Professional Associate of the Gestalt International Study Centre
- Qualified in using the Cape Cod Model©
- Diploma in Performance Coaching
- NLP Business Practitioner
- Associate member of the CIPD
- Qualified to deliver the DISC profiling tool, Belbin team roles, and Lumina Spark profiling
- Chair of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce HR Forum
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS
In essence, Mindfulness is an approach which encourages paying attention, in the moment, helping individuals to 'see things differently' through increased patience, less reactivity, more self-care and developing a better empathetic understanding of themselves and others.
The practice of Mindfulness is seen as a way in which individuals can manage stress, gain clearer focus and bring themselves in the present moment. In the fast paced world focused on targets and the bottom line where do Leaders find the time to reflect, regroup, reassess and connect not just with themselves but with their people?
Judith can offer short Mindfulness sessions to individuals or small groups. She is also currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate at Bournemouth University researching the effect of Mindful practices on Leadership capacity.
To help with present moment awareness Judith has developed a set of Mindfulness Cards which help people to take 'purposeful pause' during the busyness of their working day. The cards have been developed by using Judith's own photography and quotes that have inspired her over the years. By taking a moment to pick a card and then reflect upon it, in the present moment, Judith hopes it will allow some space and stillness to enter for a few moments. She recommends creating a daily practice in which you take a few minutes to sit with the image and/or quote.
Packs of cards are available to purchase by completing the following form with you details. Once received a pack will be sent to you at a price of £6 plus postage and packing.
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