Fiona Murden is a leadership psychologist who has spent the past fifteen years working with multi-national companies and with some of the UK's most successful business leaders, policy makers, top academics and sports people. As a leadership coach to a raft of senior executives, an articulate and engaging public speaker, her day-to-day business puts her in a position to influence many of the great leaders of today, in the UK, USA, Europe and Asia Pacific. Her speaking commitments take her into boardrooms as diverse as the Institute of Directors, Cabinet Office, Royal College of Surgeons and Lloyd's of London. They have also seen her appear on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine show. Fiona has a BSc in Psychology from Warwick University, a Master of Arts in Organisational Studies from Warwick University Business School and a Master of Science in Psychology, gained with distinction, from the University of London. She lectures widely at academic and city institutions.
Fiona's warm and engaging style springs from the pages, providing guidance and helpful pragmatic examples which really make the experience come to life. A really compelling and rewarding read that is highly recommended for anyone serious about understanding themselves and becoming the very best they can be. Cuts right through the chaotic and provides authentic, useful, relevant, and actionable exercises at every turn.