Lorlett Hudson is a multi-award winning Entrepreneur, Inventor, Motivational Teacher, Seminar Leader, and Executive Leadership Coach; with excellent development, innovative, planning, strategic thinking, training and facilitating initiating abilities. Lorlett is passionate about helping people to strategically navigate uncertainties and to build confidence in themselves and others.
She set up One Hand Cant Clap in 2000 as a Highly Focused Learning and Development Enterprise serving leaders; drawing on the rich philosophical significance of culture and Jamaican proverbs in her training. Lorlett is also commonly known as The ‘What Next’’ Coach and the inventor of the critically acclaimed multi-award winning “Things Mama Used To Say”, a 52 card box set of Jamaican proverbs to develop creative people, deliver diversity training, build creative cultures, facilitate culture change and develop high performing teams.
Exploiting many creative angles to support the continued development of Britain’s rich cultural heritage and enterprise infused with that of the Caribbean, Lorlett has developed and designed a series of leadership development workshops, seminars, road-shows, Black History events, residential learning retreats, and proverb parties. In delivering to delegates, Lorlett has succeeded in bridging cultures, nurturing ties between different generations, and trained many individuals to generate new businesses and make a difference. Her pioneering approach has resulted in her winning the Silver Award of the prestigious British Female Inventors & Innovators Awards 2005, Wavemakers National Award 2006, twice runner up in the National Training Awards 2008/2010.She is a Cherie Blair Foundation Business Mentor and also a Member of Courvoisier The Future 500 top talents in the UK. A member of The 100black plus Achievers in the UK, Listed in ‘’Profile of Excellence Book’’ – Strategies for Extraordinary Achievement from 25 years of Interviewing Remarkable People People – Ian Boyne and Glenford Smith, Jamaica 2013.