Julia Tybura

Ms Julia Tybura Chartered FCIPD, MSc, FHEA, FRSA, CMBE

Teaching Fellow and Coaching Supervisor

Key details

Ms Julia Tybura

Teaching Fellow and Coaching Supervisor


As an experienced leader, board director, owner/manager, qualified executive coach and Non-Executive Director/Trustee, Julia brings national policy level access and thinking with a deep understanding of specific culture issues and their solutions to her teaching practice and strategy.

Following 20 years in executive director of HR/workforce roles in healthcare/charity sectors at local, system, regional and national level, Julia became a permanent Teaching Fellow at the University of Greenwich in 2019, having been a Visiting Lecturer/Fellow there for 8 years.

Her key areas of teaching and design are strategic HRM, consulting, organisational change, development and politics and leadership and she teaches at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive levels. She also hold a qualification of L7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring (distinction).

She now has a portfolio of consultancy, NED/Trustee, teaching and coaching roles.

Visiting Lecturer, MBA and MA HRM programmes

Kings College, University of East London and Queen Mary            2014 – present

Level 7 CIPD Qualification Tutor, Acacia Learning                               2014 – 2017

Recognition

  • Founder and Board member of the London HPMA (Healthcare People Management Association) Academy since 2010.  Education Lead on the Board since 2021.
  • Fellow of the RSA
  • Member – Association of Chairs
  • Former Chair of CIPD London
  • Former Council Member of the Cruising Association
  • Certified Management & Business Educator (CMBE), Chartered  Association of Business Schools

Research / Scholarly interests

With an MSc in Strategic HR Management and Organisational Change and as an alumnus of Cranfield’s Business Growth Programme for SME owner/managers, Julia enjoys developing herself and others. She is currently studying for the Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching Supervision, having qualified as an executive coach in 2020 and is coaching supervisor at the University of Greenwich.

Julia coaches leaders in developing their business acumen, political savvy and personal impact as part of her High Impact Leadership model delivery and has designed, delivered and evaluated a range of executive education interventions.

Julia speaks at conferences on system leadership, career development, power and organisational politics and is fascinated by the similarities of OD and the Argentinian Tango, a topic on which Julia has written an article and spoken at conferences. She is passionate about sailing, swimming, industrial design and cinema.

Recent publications

Tybura, J.H, Radley, A and Barranco-Garcia, I. 2021. Coaching in post-pandemic HE organisations – by default or by design? Blog in Compass, SHIFT Annual Conference, University of Greenwich.

Tybura, J.H, 2019. Data management and protection in 2039. 2039 – humanity in question? European HRD Circle. Lisbon

Tybura, J.H and Archard, A-M, 2014. The Future of HR Leadership – looking back to look forward. Croners Strategy Briefing, December 2014.

Tybura, J.H, 2014. A Comparative Analysis of OD and the Argentinian Tango. This Time, it’s Personnel (edit D. D’Souza). (Top 10 E-book in UK business charts).

Tybura, J.H. 2013.  Social media in recruitment – use it or not? Hot Topic Viewpoint. HR Magazine, May 2013

Presentations

Tybura, J.H. and Radley, A. 2022.  The co-creation of coaching supervision for the University’s Coaching Network and the evaluation of the impact on teaching, learning and professional practice through this coaching network supervision. Lead author and co-speaker, SHIFT Annual Conference, University of Greenwich.

Tybura, J.H, 2021.  The new world of work – who has the power and, as leaders, how do we engage with that new power? Keynote Speaker, Exeter Leadership Partners, University of Exeter.

Tybura, J.H, Radley, A and Barranco-Garcia, I. 2021. Coaching in post-pandemic HE organisations – by default or by design? Lead author and co-speaker, SHIFT Annual Conference, University of Greenwich.

Tybura, J.H and Farrant, C. 2021.  A brain to pick, a ear to listen and a push in the right direction. Co-author and co-speaker, SHIFT annual conference, University of Greenwich.

Tybura, J.H, 2021. Radically reimagining Higher Education for a new era: working together for a just and sustainable future. Chair, afternoon session. SHIFT annual conference, University of Greenwich.

Tybura, J.H, 2020.  Women in Leadership. Panel member, Symposium – Senior Leaders Apprenticeship MBA Programme. University of Exeter.

Tybura, J.H, 2020.  Emerging leaders in healthcare. Co-chair, HPMA.

Tybura, J.H, 2020. Architects of Change. Chair, HPMA national conference.

Tybura, J.H, 2019.  Workforce, Estates and Digital connectivity in healthcare in 2039.  Speaker and Chair, People Panel, ACES Conference. Isle of Wight.

Tybura, J.H, 2019. Data management and protection in 2039. European HRD Circle. Lisbon

Tybura, J.H, 2018. System Leadership in the public sector. North East London Health and Social Care Partnership programme. London

Tybura, J.H, 2018. System Leadership in the healthy city of 2038. Keynote Speaker. MBA Annual Conference, University of Greenwich. London

Tybura, J.H, 2018. System Leadership in the public and voluntary sector. Keynote speaker. MBA Programme, Queen Mary and Westfield University. London

Tybura, J.H and Cox, S, 2017. Last Tango in Leeds. HPMA conference. Leeds.

Tybura, J.H, 2017. Reflections on being a Non-Executive Director. Public Sector People Management Association annual conference. Bristol.

Tybura, J.H, 2017.  The Foundations of Collaboration. London Leadership Academy Chairs’ roundtable. London.

Tybura, J.H and Cox, S, 2017. Last Tango in Jersey. CIPD Jersey annual conference. Jersey.

Tybura, J.H, 2016. System Leadership is not a contradiction in terms. Lead debater. London Leadership Academy annual conference. London.

Tybura, J.H, 2016. The Future of HR – computer says no or are we politically savvy? Oracle European Human Capital Management Conference, London.