Ursula Cameron is a CIPD qualified learning and development professional with extensive experience in all elements of the learning cycle from TNA and design through to delivery and return on investment. Ursula is an experienced principle consultant at MPI with vast experience in working with all levels of colleagues from frontline staff through to Senior Managers and Directors.
A globally recognised inspirational training designer and facilitator specialising in employee engagement, motivation and influencing interventions including workshops, one to one and team training.
Delivering successful training programmes within the UK, Channel Islands and overseas. Working within the parameters of a regulated financial services industry delivery key interventions (Retail Distribution Review RDR) in addition to designing and delivering programmes including induction, relationship building and customer service (Lloyds Banking Group and Nationwide Building Society). Additionally, I work as a preferred Associate for some key Learning & Development Partnerships developing projects across the UK (University of Derby, Derby College, Nottingham Trent University, NHS, Rathbones Investments, and globally (IIR Dubai, Prudential, and Barclays Wealth International).
I have worked as a HR Business Partner (Bank of Ireland) and Project Manager (Barclays Operations/HSBC and Post Office) with measurable results. I am an accredited Morrisby Career Coach using psychometric career profiling tools to develop accurate information to inform important career choices. In addition, I am a Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and use Emotional Intelligence psychometric profiling as a tool to inform group and 1:1 development.
• Emotional Intelligence – Workplace, Leadership, 360 Coaching/Feeback
• Executive Coaching and Mentoring
• Workplace Resilience and Wellbeing Master Practitioner
• Human Resource Management
• Training – Performance Needs Analysis, Course Design, Facilitation, Evaluation of Learning
• Work Based Learning
• Sales through Service