Our self-improvement programmes are proven to boost
staff morale
and productivity

We help your people bring their whole self into work.

 Our programmes are proven to increase job performance by over 55%

You can tell who attended Life Clubs – we’re the ones with a smile on our face! 

Those who know, do. Those that understand manage.

 

With apologies to Aristotle

When the mind is happy, productivity follows like a shadow.

 

With apologies to Buddha

If you want to change your team start by changing yourself

 

With apologies to Confucius

The unexamined career is not worth having.

 

With apologies to Socrates

Sheena Rogers   

 

 

 


Professor Emerita and founding head of a postgraduate psychology department and co-founder of the Institute for Visual Studies at James Madison University in Virginia, USA, Sheena has 25 years teaching and research experience in cognitive psychology, research methods and statistics in universities in England, the USA and Italy. She also has ten years experience in leadership positions, supervising over 50 staff.


Sheena participated in a year-long leadership training program and has been facilitating professional development workshops in England and the US since 1995 and with Life Clubs since 2013.

With a passion for visual arts and photography, Sheena links science, arts, communications and business strategy in her creative work and training workshops. Sheena has a PhD from the Royal College of Art and post-doctoral training in Experimental Psychology at Oxford University. She is a Fellow and Board Member of the International Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image. Honours include a Wisconsin (state-wide) teaching award and the Woman of Distinction university award.