Dagur: 19. janúar 2023
Fjarfundur á TEAMS
Liggy Webb, ráðgjafi og sérfræðingur á sviði „Modern Life Skills“. Hún er þekktur alþjóðlegur fyrirlesari og rithöfundur.
Resilience is an essential life skill to cultivate and your ability to be resilient to stress, setbacks, adversity and change depends so much on your inner resources and strength. Being a resilient person is more than just being able to recover and survive, it is also about learning to grow and thrive.
This webinar has been designed to give you a useful overview of personal resilience and help you to achieve the following:
- Be more resilient, agile and confident
- Cope better with challenges and change
- Think more positively and optimistically
- Cultivate a healthy work-home balance
- Take personal responsibility and action
Liggy Webb is an award winning and bestselling author, presenter and international consultant. She is also the founding director of The Learning Architect, an international consortium of behavioural skills specialists. She is recognised as a thought leader on human resilience and works with a wide range of businesses focusing on optimising potential through continual learning and behavioural agility.
Some of the organisations that Liggy has worked with includes the NHS, the BBC, Walt Disney, the International Telecommunication Union, the World Trade Organization, the United Nations and various public and private sector organisations, charities and universities.
Liggy believes that the diversity of her clients has provided her with a tremendous insightinto the many and varied challenges that people currently face in a rapidly changing and often volatile world.
She has written over thirty-five books (including her bite-sized book series) on a variety of life skills that help people to be happier, healthier, and more productive.
Liggy is passionate about distilling complexity and creating light, accessible and practical resources.
The guiding principles of her book on resilience through change has also been televised for a series with the BBC world service.