Nour-eddine Aboudihaj is a Transformation Coach. He has trained with the Coaching Academy in London as well as with some of the world most renowned coaches and trainers. His field work with Grenfell bereaved and survivors has further enhanced his excellent resilience, spiritual wellbeing coaching style and sharpened his inner core skills and outer core attributes.
He graduated from Hassan II University-Casablanca with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature Languages and finished his post-graduate studies at Westminster University, London. He also has a Cambridge English Language Teaching Award and a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Canterbury Christ Church University. His teaching and coaching experience in London and Morocco extends over 20 years. He has an extensive experience in community development and engagement. He has a pool of skills and a body of knowledge that have enabled me to successfully spearhead many projects that benefited a global audience. His valuable work and contributions to the local communities has earned him the trust and recognition to lead Black and Ethnic Minorities Network and the Moroccan Community in London. He has excellent communications and interpersonal skills. He is a tri-lingual translator, a community champion and a winner of Millennium Fellowship Award.
He has written many research papers, reports and articles in newspapers and magazines on issues of identity, ethnic diversity, sense of belonging and migration.
He is very passionate about personal development, leadership, organisational behaviour and human rights. His skill-set and coaching style have enabled many individuals and organisations to perform at their peak.
Through the Journey of hope and The Grenfell Trust he is now coordinating the rebuilding of Communities and enhancing of the resilience of people that were affected by the London Grenfell Tower Fire.