Julie is a widely-respected authority on coaching, mentoring and personal development. Her books are required reading on training programmes around the world. Julie is a featured coach on LEAP! a documentary about coaching, see here
‘Its never been a more exciting time to be involved in the work of coaching and developing people. Organisations are seeking different answers to people related issues and we have some powerful offerings in this area. Coaching is a quiet revolution and a revolution just the same.’
Julie works with senior managers and executives across many different industries, specialising in personal development and emotional intelligence. She has also studied extensively in the fields of transformational leadership and linguistics. Julie is a licensed master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP); a practitioner of The Journey Method; and a graduate of Byron Katie’s school for The Work.
FROM SIR JOHN WHITMORE, AUTHOR OF COACHING FOR PERFORMANCE:
‘I have known Julie for many years, she has been a very experienced coach for a long time. She has written two excellent books on coaching. She is unusually broad an innovative in her way of thinking. Julie reaches far beyond the somewhat rigid academic methods of coaching and is one of the few expert coaches that I would seek for myself to provide coaching. She readily takes coaching deeper into personal development which is increasingly necessary in this challenging world of business and in the more complex global issue that face much of humanity now.’
Julie’s books are published by Pearson and available in paperback, Kindle and audio formats. To discover the various translations in print, check out your local Amazon site.
Julie’s client experience includes:
Balfour Beatty / Britvic / Capital One / Citibank / CEVA / DHL Supply Chain / Deutsche Post DHL / Egg Bank / Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer / Harvey Nichols / Henkel Germany / John Lewis Partnership / Mercedes Benz / My Wardrobe / NHS / NHS Supply Chain / RS Components / Scottish Government / Selfridges / Merrill Lynch HSBC / Zenith