I’m Julie Drybrough, founder of fuchsiablue, Organisational Consultant, facilitator, coach, coach-supervisor and generally curious;  I ask questions and listen a lot for a living.  With a wide client base, I work across UK and Europe to unlock transformational change in people and systems.

I work with people to develop better conversations – I coach individuals and teams, facilitate away days, act as a coach supervisor and design learning solutions which deliver simple, connected, sensible interventions, aligned to the overall business purpose.

fuchsiablue also has a rich virtual presence, working closely with clients to design hybrid experiences for online/ face-to-face working. I’m relentlessly curious about how to bring about positive change in organisations and people through new technologies and social media methods.

I have an MSc in Organisational Change from Ashridge Business School and am Chartered MCIPD  with over 20 years experience in HR/ OD across the public, private and third sector organisations.

I’m an RSA Fellow and collaborated closely with various Writing and creative groups.

As a coach, I have over 15 years qualified experience, beginning with ILM Level 5 training and developing my practice in areas such as Somatic/ Embodied coaching, Gestalt practices. I qualified through Barefoot Coaching as a Coach Supervisor in 2021 and now work as a supervisor to a number of coachees.

fuchsia blue clients include Royal Opera House, Scottish Ballet, Manchester University,  Mazda Europe, Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service, Manchester Metropolitan University, Baillie Gifford, Good Practice and Penguin Random House.

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