Coach | Mentor | Author | Consultant
Professional highlights include:
Head of training design for NSLEC, part of the Police training college, designing national training programs across the UK
Member of the national group that designed competency standards for policing
Founder of Mindfulnet.org, the mindfulness information website 2010-2020
Organised the 1st Mindfulness at work conference, Robinson College, Cambridge in 2012, followed by work in partnership with Cranfield University in 2014
Expert adviser to the UK Governments MAAPG on Mindfulness in the workplace, editing and writing content for 'Building the Case for Mindfulness in the Workplace'
Author of 5 books on bestselling books on Workplace mindfulness, Leadership and Intention.
Co-developed WorkplaceMT - a 6 week, workplace centric training mindfulness training program.
Co-developed CMI recognised WorkplaceMT trainer training program, and co-trained over 270 trainers to teach WorkplaceMT
In 2019 her 5th book, 'Intention Matters' was published, the culmination of five years of research into the science of intention. Her most recent book ‘Thriving, the art of mindful resilience’ blends mindfulness and resilience training.
Juliet holds a Master’s degree in Training and Performance Management, and is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD). Juliet acted as an expert adviser to the Mindfulness All Party Parliamentary Group and has been interviewed by the BBC, Times and Guardian.
She works with clients from organisations including Deloitte, PWC, Grant Thornton, KPMG, Bank of England, Lloyds, CIPD, ICAEW, Metropolitan Police, and Henderson Global Investments.
Transforming the way you think, behave and perform.
Juliet Adams has 30 years experience of coaching and teaching leaders in a wide range of organisations ranging from the 'big 5' financial services organisations to the public sector.