Profile: Judi Conner

About This Author

Judi is an Oxford history graduate, who worked as a TV journalist and producer at the BBC for 17 years. She travelled widely, working on series such as NATIONWIDE, 40 MINUTES, EVERYMAN, YEAR OF THE FRENCH, BRASS TACKS, and MAN ALIVE. She left the BBC to run her own media consultancy, working for major UK broadcasters, a government department and not-for-profit organisations. Recognising the contribution of coaching in competitive and creative environments, Judi qualified as a performance coach and facilitator. She has worked with a wide range of clients, from City executives and professionals in the Middle East to teenagers in 'challenging' London schools. Since 2008 she has also designed and delivered leadership training courses for established and emerging leaders from the UK and the Middle East, including for the leadership organisation Common Purpose, and British-Arab Exchanges (BAX). Judi enjoys writing, singing, painting and gardening, and she lives in London and Norfolk with her husband and two sons.

This Author's Books

Roy Oram’s life was an astonishing journey that took him from Victorian London, through the battlefields of World War I, to post-Revolution Russia, India under the British Raj, China, Mandate Palestine, then Egypt and Europe during the Second World War, a....
ISBN: 9781784071622
Published: 11 November 2013