Incorporating: Eloquence Languages and Translations

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Judy Churchill starts a new series of articles and explores how to keep motivated using “inspiration” as the key ingredient. Read more:


"The sessions with Judy truly transformed my everyday life. She taught me methods of dealing with issues that kept on intoxicating my life and filling my day with unhappy moments. Thanks to Judy I learned to have more fulfilling relationships, to truly respect myself and thus act in a way to be respected by others. Judy helped me gain confidence in myself and in my abilities, organise my time more efficiently and set realistic goals for myself. I am truly thankful to Judy for helping me live a better life."

Elena Berezina, Monaco

MBA Class 2013

On September 3rd Judy was back at The International University of Monaco to meet the new MBA class of 2013 and make a presentation on Living in Monaco - What to Do and What NOT to Do. Said Judy: "My aim is to make the presentation informative and entertaining. The students have a long day with a lot of new information to take in about Monaco. My goal at the end of that day is to give them some easy to follow rules about living in the Principality, underlining the main cultural pitfalls and also to inform them about some of the fantastic outdoor activities and pursuits in the area and how and where to find them." 

IUM MBA 2013

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Riviera Woman continues its series on how best to cope with divorce and in part 6 Judy talks about: Being 'Back on the market':

Publicis Life Brands Montpellier - L'Art de La Presentation Orale

Delivering low tech skills to high tech professionals

It was the turn of digital healthcare communications specialists PLB in Montpellier to put their communication skills to the test when Judy ran another 2 day training course in French on the art of public speaking. This is essential training for companies and individuals who need to conduct client pitches, in-house and external presentations and training courses. PLB put their heart and soul into this "out of the box"  training and both the results and trainee feedback on the course were excellent.

Judy Churchill specialises in increasing self-confidence in her trainees

Emotional Intelligence the key to Success in your Business or Career












On May 13th 2013 Judy was invited to give a talk on "The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Developing your Business or Career".The talk took place at the elegant CREM club in Monaco and was well attended with drinks and snacks served which made for a geat evening out. Said Judy: "The MBS is a well-organised, interesting and sucessful networking group. They select a great range of topics and speakers and by choosing CREM as their venue, it makes for a real value-added evening"

Judy Churchill is a recognised international expert on E.I. and she designs runs corporate and private individual training courses all over the world. Her work has been used as part of an official  Pan-European Community project on E.I. (The Lethe Project) and her published work on the use of E.I. in controlling exam stress by Cambridge University examination board in their teacher training courses. With an international client base, she regulary speaks at conferences, runs workshops, publishes articles and e-books and has most recently published an on-line training tool on the subject that can be accessed via her website.



"This is to thank you Judy for your particularly intense and enjoyable communication and assertiveness training course. You have helped me greatly with personal and professional growth through a truly personalised, thorough, dynamic and fun course. It has left me more motivated than ever to move forward. Objective reached! Thank you again for being most inspiring."

Hélène Brémaud, Office Manager, SNS Property Finance

Stepping out of your Comfort Zone
 Judy Via Ferrat Peille

I spend much of my time training and coaching others to accept new challenges and dare to go beyond their comfort zones. So it was only going to be a matter of time before my own discomfort zone caught up with me and I was forced to take my own medicine. Armed with helmet, ropes and as much of a smile as I could muster, I set out to 'walk the talk' and completed a via Ferrata during a recent team building challenge. This is an activity where support and encouragement from your fellow team members really counts. There were several challenging moments when I had to practise my own coaching methods on myself, but at least I know they work! Having completed the challenge in one piece, and emboldened with new found courage, I proudly ticked off another item on my bucket list. This may not be everyone's idea of how to spend a Tuesday morning, but there's something about doing a via Ferrata that makes everything else seem easy!

 Upwards and Onwards

Judy on the border of France and Italy at the Col de CeriseHoliday periods are great opportunities for new challenges and doing something different. This year the 'extended' holiday didn't really happen for us as the nature of the current European economic beast meant that many companies did not go for the traditional August melt down but kept ticking and so our services supported them over the summer period. However, an opportunity did present itself for a mini getaway and the challenge of pushing the boundaries of my comfort zone. Hence I found myself ascending a perpendicular 1043 m mountain slope to rise to the summit of the Col de Cerise in the Mercantour. I have to admit that it is quite a thrill sitting astride France and Italy with one leg in each country at 2543m! I suppose that makes me bi-limbal.....

Judy by the S. Mark Taper Foundation Amphitheatre, where various TreePeople awareness raising events and training courses are heldThe TreePeople, Coldwater Canyon Park, Beverly Hills The Power of a seed During her trip to Los Angeles, Judy donned her walking boots and took time out to trek up the slopes of Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverley Hills with Tracy Mattes to visit the TreePeople site , where local school children have been planting trees as part of their local reforestation programme.

Paramount Films - GOWER THEATREJudy and co-writer Tracy Mattes were recent guests of Paramount Pictures where they spent an afternoon visiting various sets and locations as part of their ongoing work for the screen play they are scripting.As part of their research they also attended a seminar in LA run by Dr. Pat Allen, Communication expert.

Climbing Bridges and Cuddling Koalas Down Under

Spectacular views from the Sydney Harbour BridgeDuring a 3 week trip to Australia as guest of Philip Clark, director of Central Coast Holden, in NSW, ,  Judy ticked a few more boxes when she took on the challenge of the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb in what can only be described as particularly testing weather conditions.  There were a couple of moments when I had to keep reminding myself that despite the wind I was attached with a harness and would not be blown off the bridge. It was certainly worth it for the exhilarating views and I shall treasure my climbers certificate! Other highlights were visiting the Blue Mountains, cuddling a koala and feeding kangaroos in the Adelaide Hills, meeting up with Max Bygraves in Sanctuary Cove, and a night at the Opera in Sydney.

Our inspirational series of themed articles based either on people’s personal experience or questions that tend to reoccur in coaching sessions and are of interest to us all. In article 4 Judy Churchill talks about ME time… Read more:

Our new inspirational series of themed articles based either on people’s personal experience or questions that tend to reoccur in coaching sessions and are of interest to us all. In article 3 Judy Churchill heads for the resilience toolbox… Read more:

Our new inspirational is a series based either on people’s personal experience or questions that tend to reoccur in coaching sessions and are of interest to us all. In article 2 Judy Churchill talks about resilience, following the attacks in Nice… Read more:

We have a new inspirational series of themed articles based either on people’s personal experience or questions that tend to reoccur in coaching sessions and are of interest to us all. In article 1 Judy Churchill says: Now serving reciprocity, recognition and appreciation… Read more: