Women In Confidence with Lotty Roberts - Women in Confidence

Episode 2

Change, Mindfulness and the Importance of Being Quiet featuring Lotty Roberts

For over 20 years Lotty has been helping people learn how to successfully navigate through change, challenge and uncertainty. A former competitive runner and senior leader in the corporate world, Lotty discovered mindfulness to help her navigate her own challenges and change in the form of an autoimmune condition, chronic pain, double hip replacement, ongoing stress and corporate burnout. The benefits were far reaching. 

Through her own personal journey with Mindfulness - Lotty instantly saw an opportunity to integrate a mindful approach towards leadership, culture, resilience and indeed change, believing change done well is ‘Mindfulness in action’.

Inspired to share the practice with others, Lotty trained as a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher and threads her teachings of mindfulness through all that she does. Lotty is also certified emotional culture specialist and facilitator of ‘The Emotional Culture Deck’, registered 200YTT yoga teacher, Breathwork instructor, host of 'The Vulnerability Effect Podcast', and founder of Mind U – a business dedicated to helping individuals, teams, leaders and organisations to mindfully flourish through the uncertainty, challenges and opportunities that the world arounds us presents. 

Lotty’s favourite quote and inspiration behind her work is “You can’t stop the waves but you can learn how to surf” by Jon Kabat-Zinn - her mission and purpose in all that she does is help others to surf through those continual waves of change.

To discover more about Lotty please use the following links:

Website: https://mindu.co.nz/

About the Podcast

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Women in Confidence
The podcast for ambitious working women

About your host

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Vanessa Murphy

Vanessa is a HR Consultant, a Confidence Coach and a Podcast Host. She is also a women who encounters the highs and lows of confidence and has much in common with her guests.
Vanessa got her first proper job in 1998 when she joined as an Officer in the Royal Navy and then after 15 years doing that, she transitioned into senior HR roles working for organisations all over the world.
She has always been fascinated by people who exude confidence and how they did it. An avid people watcher, she observed people when they were operating with confidence and self-belief and learnt so many strategies, tools and techniques. She now helps other women with confidence at work and this podcast is a way for her to share her knowledge and her network with a wider audience.