CIGL Business Managers 2018-11-14T10:05:16+00:00

UNDERSTAND YOUR INNER GAME OF LEADERSHIP

CIGL Team

Lorraine Warne | Cambridge Innergame Leadership | Leadership TrainingLorraine Warne – Head of People and syllabus design writer.

Having had the privilege to work with leaders, managers and PhD students from Microsoft, University of Cambridge, NHS and other large Asian organisations and universities from China and Japan, I really enjoy making a difference to others and business communities.  Expert in lecturing and training in Leadership Science, Interpersonal Skills and Mind Management.  (Alumni of Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge.)

Education:

Master of Applied Linguistics (psychology of learning)
Postgraduate Certificate in Education
Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching
Diploma in Executive Coaching
Alumni Member of Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge

Orsi Inner Game Leadership PortraitOrsolya Ihasz – Head of Research and trainer.

I have had ten years of experience working at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge with senior leaders from a variety of companies such as American Express, NHS and Microsoft.  My specialism is in Organisation Theory & Information Systems and Social Entrepreneurship.  I am now into my 3rd year of a PhD in the above content at Cranfield University. Expert in Creativity and Innovation in Business.

Qualifications:

Diploma in Executive Coaching
Master of International Relations

Simon Inner Game Leadership PortraitSimon McKibbin – Head of Mindfulness and trainer.

I have been one of the official Mindfulness Trainers at the University of Cambridge over the last four years.  Helping others to avoid stress and conflict within the workplace.  Expert in Mindfulness Application within Business working with the NHS, Glaxosmithkline and Microsoft. (Part of the research team for using Mindfulness to help reduce stress for students at the University of Cambridge.)

Qualifications:

Certificates of Advanced Mindfulness Training (MBPM), Dot B with MISP and Developmental Behavioural Modelling (DBM).

Simon Laughlin – Head of NeuroScience and trainer. 

I have been a Professor at the University of Cambridge for many years.  I am interested in discovering design principles that govern the structure and function of neurons and neural circuits.  It is interesting in the age of Artificial Intelligence to compare the brain to a computer.  In the past, I have investigated several general problem areas related to the brain.  How are circuits designed to integrate information efficiently? How do sensory adaptation and synaptic plasticity contribute to efficiency? How does the sizes of our neurones and networks relate to energy consumption and representational capacity? Expert in NeuroScience. (Professor from Churchill College, University of Cambridge.)

Alan Barrell | Cambridge Inner Game LeadershipAlan Barrell

Alan has been the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning within the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. He has worked in Health Care and Medical Research, as Chairman and Chief Executive of large multi-national companies and small technology start-ups. He teaches in Universities in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia with Professorships in European and Chinese Universities.

Appointments:

Professorship – Universities of Sunderland and Portsmouth – UK
International Fellow – Essex University Business School – UK
Entrepreneur in Residence McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario – Canada
International Research Fellow – Lahti University of Applied Sciences – Finland
Visiting Professorships – University of Xiamen, University of Shanghai, Shanghai Art and Design Academy, Shanghai College of Science and Technology, University of International Business and Economics Beijing, Fuzhou International School of Business and Economics. Advisory Board Member Zhejiang University Academy of Online Finance – China
Guest Professor and Research Fellow Tohoko Fukushi University, Sendai – Japan
Author of:

“Building a Global Business”, “Exploring and Exploiting New Markets”, Executive Networking”, “How to Profit from Innovation” – all published by Simon and Shuster

“Show Me The Money – Raising the cash to get your Business off the ground” – publisher Elliot & Thompson London.

Associate Lecturers

Carl Tucker | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipCarl Tucker – Expert in Leading Teams

For over forty years I worked in the Aerospace Industry. I progressed from apprentice to Programme Director. I have had numerous roles from technical, tactical and strategic at Marshall Aerospace.  Currently I am taking on the challenge of turning around another business in Cambridge.

Clare Basel | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipClare Basel – Expert in Art Appreciation

I am a practicing artist with a studio in Cambridge.  I teach art in the life-long learning sector and run workshops for children and adults in Cambridge. I am passionate about embracing creativity and I believe anyone can benefit from the experience whatever their starting point. My main source of inspiration is the natural world and how artists continue to draw on their environment to inspire creativity.

Education:

Cambridge School of Art Children’s Book Illustration Post Grad Certificate.
Central St Martins BA Fine Art (Hons)
Bristol Old Vic, (Post Grad Stage Design).
University of the Witwatersrand, BA Dramatic Art (Hons)

Emma Lazenby | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipEmma Lazenby – Expert in Family Business & Succession

I have been a part of my family business in the construction industry since I was 18 years old and over the last 16 years I have progressed from a part time administrator to a senior manager role.

Education:

Master in International Relations at SOAS University London
BA in International Relations

Kate Kirk | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipKate Kirk – Cambridge Phenomenon Lecture

I have been researching, writing about, and lecturing on the highly successful Cambridge technology cluster known as ‘the Cambridge Phenomenon’ for over 15 years.

My first book on Cambridge, co-authored with entrepreneur Charles Cotton and titled The Cambridge Phenomenon: 50 Years of Innovation and Enterprise, described the history of the technology cluster, focusing on how it developed after the establishment of Cambridge Consultants in 1960.

The second, The Cambridge Phenomenon: Global Impact, detailed the multiple ways that Cambridge companies and technologies have come to be used around the world, every day.

I am currently researching my third book in the series. By looking into the academic, organisational, political and social structures that underpin the Cambridge Phenomenon, I will attempt to answer the question, ‘what are the essential ingredients for a successful technology cluster?’

Markus Gerhing | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipDr Markus Gerhing – Expert in Law, specifically Brexit
(Hughes Hall College, University of Cambridge)

My expertise is in the Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) and I am very interested in global politics, especially Brexit.  Before joining the Law Faculty here at the University of Cambridge I served for two years as a Tutor in Sustainable Development Law, and before being at Hughes I was also Fellow in Law at Robinson College 2005-2012.

Mick Davies | Cambridge Innergame LeadershipMick Davies – Logical Thinking

My expertise is in teacher training and academic teaching for international students.  I have had the pleasure of working with many students from China and Japan in the past 20 years.

Qualifications:

BA (hons)
Postgraduate Diploma in Education

Peter Haddon

Guest Speaker,
Dr Peter Haddon, Psychology Coach for the South African Rugby Team in 1995

Eddie Halls – Fitness, Health & Nutrition Specialist

Eddie has worked in a variety of settings providing individuals with the tools and motivation to reach their goals.  Since 2010 she has been focussing her skills in the fitness industry as a personal trainer and has helped hundreds of people to overcome their health and fitness obstacles.  With a passion for food Eddie has become an advanced nutrition advisor and is furthering her knowledge by studying to become a registered nutritionist.  She is excited to work with people who share her desire for positive change and progression.

Uni Lee Ling | Inner Game Leadership PortraitUng Lee Ling

Ung Lee Ling is an experienced professional in the tertiary education and business fields. Her previous studies for her BBA (OUHK), MSc (NUI) both in Human Resources and her MBS (HKU) have stood her in good stead in her management and administrative roles in International Education while working at universities in both Malaysia and Hong Kong. Her expertise lies in student recruitment, summer and executive training programmes, internships across borders, international visiting delegations, international partnerships, and facility/event management. Lee Ling says ‘the present moment will always be the right time to start your path of life-long learning’.

This programme was very useful for me because I began to really think about managing and coaching on an individual basis. I now have the tools to be an even better leader, manager and coach. It’s also been a lot of fun. I would recommend Lorraine to anyone who wants to increase their personal performance and get even better at what they do. Which in turn will help increase results and profits.
Ryan McDonald - Senior Business Development Manager. , St. James’s Place Wealth Management - London City Office, England.

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