Julie Cooper Bio
Julie Cooper, author of Face to Face in the Workplace, is an innovative management trainer in the UK with 20 years experience of helping companies grow their people through her company, Spring Development. Her specialist area is helping managers develop their one to one skills. Her areas of expertise include assessment, employee development, education and training, guidance and interview techniques.
She has a background in career coaching and adult education and lives in a cottage on the edge of the Cotswolds. Julie is an established author. She has written or co-authored six books, many of which are on college reading lists and used to support staff through advice and management qualifications.
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June 2014 The most expensive book on Amazon?
National Press Coverage
Evening Standard ‘Can you delegate your anxiety?’ Expert opinion May 2014
Extract from Face to Face in the Workplace featured in The Sunday Times October 2012 ‘It’s good to be in the bosses face if you want promotion’
Guardian Careers guest article “the Art of Delegation: a How To Guide” October 2012
HR Director Face to Face in the Workplace review Novemebr 2012 “This year’s Must Have book”
CMI (Chartered Management Institute) Management Challenge review of Face to face in the workplace “Strongly recommended for managers and leaders”
PA Life review of Face to Face in the workplace January 2014 “Easy to read, fun and a great source of advice”
ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) Edge magazine review Face to Face in the Workplace October 2012 “well laid-out, straightforward, upbeat, and pleasingly free of monstrous jargon.”
FMWF (Financial Mail Women’s Forum) guest article “How to handle your appraisal” October 2012
HR Zone review of Face to Face in the Workplace “Reviewing this book was a joy…”
Management Issues Byline and book trailer October 2012
Practice Manager magazine book extract November 2012
Business Executive magazine Article on Mentoring March 2013
International Press Coverage
Nassau Guardian Face to Face in the Workplace review May 2015
Regional Press Coverage
Midlands in Business magazine article “Fifty shades of meaning: clearing the grey form people management” October 2012
Radio Horton Julie Cooper answers questions on people skills in business