Incorporating: Eloquence Languages and Translations

October 21 @ 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Take the opportunity at this business networking event to meet like minded corporate business women and entrepreneurs whilst sharing your thoughts, ideas & experiences on the subject of the month. You come away feeling motivated and ready for your next challenge!

Non-members are welcome

This month’s topic:
“The importance of Emotional Intelligence in Developing your Business or Career”

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Judy presented in French to a packed room at Barclays Bank Monaco on 17th December on L'importance de L'Intelligence Emotionnelle et Comment l'Augmenter. Specific themes that were important to the bank were tackled and the initiative was organised by WiN (Women's Intiative Network) as part of their work on promoting diversity in the workplace. 

Across the business, Barclays want to see more women represented in senior roles. While they recognise this is a challenge faced by the financial sector as a whole, they’re determined to do all they can to enable women to fulfil their career potential at Barclays. They believe in leading from the top and have committed to achieving recommendations for Board-level female representation of at least 20% by the end of 2013, increasing to more than 25% by the end of 2015.

Women’s Initiative Networks have been established by colleagues all over the world and the Barclays Women of the Year Awards recognise exceptional personal and professional achievements from their female colleagues globally, as well as recognising male colleagues who advocate and support female career advancement.

Said Judy: "I heartily congratulate Barclays on the varied work their WiN group is doing in Monaco alone, supporting various causes, promoting diversity in the workplace and encouraging self improvement and empowerment at every level. I was delighted that so many people came to the presentation , the theme proved popular and we were oversubscribed. More and more companies worldwide are now realising the importance of EI in the workplace but Barclays is certainly trail blazing in Monaco."

 

How to stimulate and successfully manage diversity and create value for your company?

Judy with Sophie de Lorenzo of the IUM office of career services & corporate relations at the MCD two day event on 15 and 16 April at the Hotel Novotel in Monaco.The event was a combination of conference, employer branding, networking spaces, HR workshops and panel discussions, giving IUM MBA students the opportunity to meet with potential employers and experts in their fields. Judy acted as an assessor in the Finance Focus Group Interactive Assessment Workshop, a four step simulation game where teams needed to perform four related tasks and present the final outcome in front of the other participants and assessors. Said Judy: "The Monaco career days is not only a fantastic initiative but also a very definite need. In the current war of "talent", companies are re-thinking their definition of "talent", enlarging the concept to middle managers and staff members. They are questioning the approach focused on the "high Po" (high potential) and redefining the criteria of performance and company expectations." Over the two days much discussion took place and new ground was broken with both MBA students and HR managers rewriting the rule book. Sessions were held on new approaches to Rewarding Performances, Aligning HR Strategy with Diversity , Talent Diversity in Luxury, Keys for successful integration of foreign workers, alongside hands-on workshops where theory was put into practice. www.monacocareerday.com 

DIAJudy gave a talk on Presentation skills in English for Job Interview on 8th March 2010

Judy was a speaker at the 2010 DIA European Annual meeting in Monaco in the Student and Young Professional Session titled “How to Present and sell your skills”.

The Drug Information Association’s 22nd Annual DIA EuroMeeting in Monaco was under the chairmanship of Prof. Bruno Flamion, Clinical Pharmacology, University of Namur, Belgium, Chair CHMP, Scientific Advice Working Party, EMEA and Kerstin Franzén, Senior Director Worldwide Regulatory Policy and Intelligence, Pfizer AB, Sweden.

Judy was presented with the JPC Citywealth Platinum Award 2007 as in tribute to her work in high level consultancy at a Gala dinner award ceremony held at the Hotel de Paris on 10th October 2007. Judy was joined by other European "best in industry"award winners from areas such as banking, law and accountancy. 

JPC/Citywealth publishes top 100 and platinum industry lists and conducts continuous research to find the "best in industry". In addition Citywealth holds global honours events to connect individuals and to raise money for charitable organisations. http://www.citywealthmag.com

Recommendation: Judy is listed in the Prestigious Citywealth Platinum advisors, managers, and Philanthropists list for Europe www.studiogaeta.com/public/upload/Euro_List.pdf  (7Mb! Please be patient)
 

Judy delivers a keynote speech at the 2009 NGEF Judy delivers a keynote speech at the 2009 NGEF Judy fellow panellists Jean Luc Herouard, Oliver Sodeik and Pascal Wiscour-Conter
Judy delivers a keynote speech at the 2009 NGEF Judy answers questions during the panel discussion on setting up a business with fellow panellists Jean Luc Herouard, Oliver Sodeik and Pascal Wiscour-Conter

New Generation Entrepreneurs’ Forum March 2009-03-23

Judy delivered a keynote speech at the NGEF held in Monaco on Setting up a Business on the French Riviera –The Cultural Implications. Said Judy: “I think the quality of the speakers and the intellectual debate was one of the best ever this year. This is a great initiative on the part of IUM and one that I am happy to support.” Commenting on Judy’s speech IUM President Maxime Crener wrote “It was a tremendous honour for the International University of Monaco to have you as our keynote speaker at the NGEF at the Grimaldi Forum on Friday 13th March. Your speech was very inspiring for our students, and was very much enjoyed by the faculty members, local business people and guests. We all highly appreciated the expert advice you imparted in your speech, and hope you enjoyed your time at the Forum. Thank you very much for supporting our University.” http://www.ngefmonaco.org/


 

 

Judy makes a speech on behalf of Outward Bound Monaco beneficiary of the proceeds from the auction at the Citywealth Platinum awards 2007

 

"As founder Editor of HUMANISING LANGUAGE TEACHING ( 1999- 2005) Judy Churchill is one of ten authors I am most proud to have published. She is an eagle in the area of humanising testing. You will enjoy this website. "

Mario Rinvolucri - HLT

 

 

Judy makes a speech on behalf of Outward Bound Monaco, beneficiary of the proceeds from the auction at the Citywealth Platinum awards 2007 (Right)


Date : March 2009
Event : NGEF Monaco

Don’t miss Judy’s Keynote presentation on Saturday 14 March 2009 at the Grimaldi Forum as part of the NGEF organized by the International University of Monaco. For details and a full programme: http://www.ngefmonaco.org/

 

 
Judy Churchill appears as a keynote speaker for NGEF Monaco 2007
The Next Generation Entrepreneur Forum is the meeting point for young people who nurture entrepreneurial ambitions. A series of conferences, debates and social events allow the attendants to interact with successful entrepreneurs, to understand how to find a successful idea, and investors and to figure out how it is possible to put together the necessary funds in order to materialize that idea. More and more often young people are invited to “create their own professional future”, be entrepreneurs, invent something new; but at the same time, little or no real support is given to those aspiring innovators.

 
The Next Generation Entrepreneur Forum springs out of this gap, with an ambition to create a network able to provide concrete tools and useful advice for those who are trying to fulfill their objectives. The Next Generation Entrepreneur Forum is a non profit event, organized by a team of young people, for a young and international audience, with the logistic and tutorial support of the International University of Monaco. © 2006 NGEF Click here to see information about all speakers at the event.

http://www.ngefmonaco.org/

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Expert Speaker Trainer

Judy is a regular speaker/presenter at international conferences and symposiums where she also runs workshops on different topics:

Recent venues have included :

Expolangues Paris – IATEFL annual conference- IUM Cross Cultural Leadership Symposium Monaco - BVV Munich – University of Kent, Canterbury - NGEF Monaco

 

 

Topics have included :

  • Coping with Exam Stress
  • Cross Cultural Issues – Why we should teach it (co-presented with Ulla Ladau Harjulin, Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki)
  • Use your brain (Metapositive thinking)
  • Exam Success: EQ or IQ? Emotional Intelligence: The Next Frontier
  • To B.E. or to E.S.P?
  • Réussir l’Intégration de l’Autoformation
  • Using an Assessment Tool
  • Cross Cultural Differences – Why should we teach it? How should we teach it?
  • Emotional Intelligence: What? Why? How?
  • Understanding and Overcoming Cultural Difficulties when working or setting up a business away from home – Tips for Success

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