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Amazing Speaker!

Excellent speaker who gave an insight on change and challenges in the work environment and how to deal with these. A truly amazing speaker who interacted with the delegates brilliantly. Gave great "food for thought" in how small changes can help achieve the leadership skill required in the workplace. ACCA Leadership Course - Finance Director

Tags: Corporate

Thought Provoking ...

A thought provoking course - took many delegates to places inside their heads and hearts they have not visited in a long while. Positive, upbeat but with a few examples of personal life adversities that show you can make the changes you need to in your life once you have decided to. I think this course gave most people much more than they expected and was as much a life coaching session as a way of looking at managerial styles. ACCA Course Member - Finance Executive

Tags: Corporate

Has already made a difference

Great to meet you and I thoroughly enjoyed your truly inspirational presentation. Has already made a positive difference! Many thanks! Rob Shillaker

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A real Tonic

Joy, I attended the CIMA event this evening and you were fantastic, a real tonic! I consider myself a warrior but nonetheless I thoroughly enjoyed your talk. Thank you so much for sharing! Michaela Fallon-Williams - HR Advisor at the Black Country Living Museum Trust

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Highly recommended

Highly recommended to those needing self-management and self-leadership... the story telling was of the highest Calibre... the message clear to all... Tony McMurray - Finance Director and Ingram Micro UK

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entertaining and thought-provoking

This really was a great event - entertaining & thought provoking. Some key messages I took from it are: 1. We all have more potential than we think we do. 2. Coach your inner voices & actively choose to listen to the positive one. 3. You won't always love your work, so make time to do things you really love outside work - you need these things to revitalise & energise yourself in order to be resilient. 4. Take risks (nothing is easy), step up & don't be afraid to stand out - be the best you you can be. Fiona Hayton - Senior HR Partner

Tags: Corporate