Lorlett Hudson is recognised as a multi-award entrepreneur, winning Inventor, Executive Leadership/Transition Coach, an International Speaker and a trainer on a mission to support creative senior Executives and Entrepreneurs improve their productivity, stay relevant, focused and produce powerful results in their personal and professional lives.
She is the Founder and CEO of One Hand Cant Clap one of the UK leading Learning and development company. Set up in 2000 to address under-performance and improve productivity in the workplace and schools. She worked with senior professionals to produce powerful results in their personal and professionals lives. She is the inventor of the critically acclaimed multi-award winning “Things Mama Used To Say”, a 52 card box set of Jamaican/Caribbean proverbs to facilitate change management, diversity, Inclusion and develop high performing teams. She also created the annual ‘Common Ties’ event that brings people together to share stories and celebrate African Caribbean culture and resilience.
In this episode, Lorlett talks about her coaching work with young people and people in mid-life transition. She emphasises the importance of positive role models and being able to see what it is you want to achieve - and how we internalise those messages we receive from others about what is possible. Having recently launched her own business retreat in Jamaica, she considers some of the challenges she has faced, but also how important it is to find our own passion and purpose in order to manage when things get tough.
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