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I’m Julie Drybrough, founder of fuchsiablue, Organisational Consultant, coach, facilitator 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 and design Learning Strategies which deliver simple, connected, sensible solutions, aligned to the overall business purpose.

fuchsiablue also has a rich virtual presence, especially on Twitter and LinkedIn. The future’s looking social and collaborative and 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.

My clients include Scottish Ballet, Mazda Europe, Greater Manchester Fireservice, Norwich Charitable Trusts, Baillie Gifford and Penguin Random House.

You can see what Clients say about me here:

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Find out more about fuchsiablue

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  5. Julie. Just wanted to say that I have read a few pieces you have written recently and so much if it resonates and is fabulous. Really enjoy and appreciate your thoughts.

    Lynn white

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