Liggy Webb - Presenter and Author
Liggy Webb is widely respected as a leading expert in the field of Modern Life Skills. As a presenter, consultant and author she is passionate about her work and improving the quality of people's lives. She has developed a range of techniques and strategies to support individuals and organisations to cope more effectively and successfully with modern living and the demands and challenges of modern life.
Liggy is noted for her dynamic and engaging style and as a result is frequently invited to present and speak at international conferences, award ceremonies, on board cruise ships, in the media and at a variety of high profile events.
Liggy is an international consultant for the United Nations and travels extensively working in a variety of worldwide locations. She describes her latest trip to Afghanistan working with the UN Office on Drugs & Crime as one of her most interesting life experiences. She is also the founding director of The Learning Architect an international learning and development organisation based in the UK.
Liggy is the author of a variety of books including How to Work Wonders - Your Guide to Workplace Wellness and The Happy Handbook - A Compendium of Modern Life Skills and Thank You - Your Guide to Appreciating Life. Liggy is executive editor for Training Pages and has a regular column in The Cheltonian as well as writing for a variety of other publications.
Liggy has also worked with a variety of organisations including the United Nations, CTBTO, NHS, Department of Health, Royal Shakespeare Company, Thomson Reuters, Lloyds TSB, British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, David Lloyd, NFU Mutual, Thames Valley Police, UCAS and P&O Cruises. Liggy is also a trustee of The Chrysalis Foundation and actively supports mental health charities.
Liggy Webb is one of those gifted individuals who make people want to change. Her knowledge and understanding of the subject is immense and she exudes passion and enthusiasm. Liggy is able, within her writing and presentations, to engage people from the minute you meet and you leave her feeling you want to make sustainable changes to your lifestyle. A truly motivational person.
Work is what you make it.Reading this sentence was like an awakening for me and made me aware of what I can do to help myself to change my attitude towards work. I really enjoyed Liggy's style: clear, direct and inspiring.
Liggy's presentation was a really fascinating session introducing the concepts of positive thinking and identifying our behaviour patterns. All the staff who attended came out feeling well informed and with lots of practical steps they could use to improve their workplace wellness.