Bob Judson is a dynamic, driven and highly motivational leader with a passion for personal mentoring as well as leading and developing teams.
Having started out as a fast-jet pilot with the Royal Air Force flying Jaguars, Phantoms and Typhoons, over the course of his career he rose to the rank of Air Vice-Marshal, and was part of the Royal Air Force’s Senior Leadership Team.
Bob is a graduate of the Joint Service Defence College, the MOD Higher Command and Staff Course and the Royal College of Defence Studies. He had the privilege of commanding a squadron on operations, an RAF base for the introduction of a new aircraft, and a NATO base in Afghanistan. And to top it all, he also had the honour of leading HM The Queen’s Birthday Flypast for her 80th birthday and displaying the Spitfires and Hurricanes of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in 2005/6.
After leaving the RAF, Bob worked in the private sector initially as a Director at a global professional services firm, and then most recently as a management and training consultant across a variety of industry sectors. Bob brings a unique blend of experience and insight to his work with high performing individuals delivering leadership and team development, crisis management and resilience.
Away from work Bob is a keen motorcyclist and enjoys skiing, scuba diving and the occasional round of golf.