Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, Quality and Equality
I’ve spent a number of years in the “OD” space – thinking about organizational development, how companies change and evolve, what it takes to engage and inspire people who work in those organizations.
And I reckon I know a fair bit. That is, until I talk to someone like Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge. I was lucky enough to meet her through a colleague who told me in no uncertain terms, this is a woman who is deeply wise and deeply compassionate about people and organizations and change. Mee-Yan is the founder of Quality and Equality and has worked with more than 300 different types of clients from her base in the UK. She has written numerous OD articles and is the UK lead for the NTL Institute, the pre-eminent force for training and developing folks to know about OD.
We talk about:
- the key moment when she stopped tolerating Good Work – and how she changed things around
- why self-work is the foundation for the impact you have in the world
- how to raise your eyes to see where you might have impact in the world
- the six steps to achieve a deep sense of self
You can learn more about Mee-Yan and her companyQuality and Equality here.
Listen to my interview with Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge.
0:16 Michael introduces Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge
3:35 The key moment when she stopped tolerating Good Work – and how she changed things around
7:15 Why self-work is the foundation for the impact you have in the world
9:03 How to raise your eyes to see where you might have impact in the world
12:27 The six steps to achieve a deep sense of self
28:46 How to find out more about Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge
30:39 Michael closes the inte