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Liggy’s presentation style was a fun, lively and interactive and this was without a doubt, the most positive and productive masterclass I have ever attended. Not only was it full of meaningful content, but it provided useful actions which were simple to adopt and consequently it has already started to make a difference for me, my family and my work – nice to be part of something where everyone benefits!
It’s been an amazing experience working with Liggy, who brings so much energy, positivity and originality to everything we have done in partnership with her.
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 enjoy Liggy’s style: clear, direct and inspiring.
Relevant, engaging, well presented and meaningful
Liggy’s professionalism and knowledge is obviously outstanding in this field. Also her way of getting over complexity with amazing metaphors make this one of the best presentations I have ever seen.
The Workplace Wellness session Liggy delivered at UCAS has been so well received by our staff. It is great to see so many people sign up to their personal action plan. The session has had a really positive impact on the department.
Liggy Webb’s bite-sized books have been a great addition to our L&D strategy, helping our colleagues to understand first-hand that learning really can happen in the time it takes to drink a cuppa. Whether it’s a golden nugget of new insight or providing the motivation to have that much needed conversation to bring about positive change.
Liggy’s approach to wellbeing and resilience is effective and incredibly accessible giving her work a universal edge. Her natural warmth, empathy and kindness is engaging, and her ability to break what can be an overwhelming topic into digestible and practical tips is a gift I am extremely grateful to have experienced.
Liggy Webb has written a powerful book that shows you how to enjoy becoming a better person.
If books were like coffee, then most would be a large cappuccino; oversized, with foam, sprinkles and syrup – good to look at but difficult to digest. On the other hand, Liggy’s books are like an espresso; perfectly short and balanced while at the same time delivering outstanding content and experience.