Jutta Tobias Mortlock, PhD, has over two decades of experience in managing organizational development and capacity-building projects in seven countries on four continents. She has advised blue-chip clients, government officials, and social entrepreneurs across Western and Eastern Europe, the United States, as well as in the Middle East and in several African countries on enhanced productivity and commercial performance.Jutta is most at home in the trenches of design and delivery of change projects, adding her knowledge of management and psychology to help develop human and social capital. In addition, Jutta serves on the faculty at City, University of London in the U.K. where she teaches, advises, and consults on change management, workplace mindfulness and leadership.
Her work has been published in a number of leading academic journals and in the popular press, including The Sunday Times, The Financial Times, the BBC World Service, and the 2015 TV documentary “The Mindful Revolution”. Her accomplishments in the public sector include effective relationship building with federal agencies in the U.S., to help public policy officials create sound social policy.Jutta holds a Ph.D. in social psychology from Washington State University in the United States. She also holds a psychotherapeutic counselling qualification from the University of Cambridge. An engaging facilitator and public speaker, Jutta communicates seamlessly in English, French, and German, and is conversational in Spanish and Czech.