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Liggy Webb’s ‘Resilience’ is yet another very great work by the author. I appreciate Liggy Webb’s style of writing in that she avoids any unnecessary technical language. She conveys with clear words and examples the concept of resilience. With regards to my field of work (peacekeeping and humanitarian mine action) , I find ‘Resilience’ to be highly relevant.
I thoroughly enjoyed Liggy’s presentations on the pursuit of happiness and related topics. Some expert tips delivered in a direct, simple and humorous manner ensured an interesting, but not too taxing, learning experience. She left me wanting to know more! A great excuse for another cruise!
Liggy’s book Resilience is a truly motivational read!
I love Liggy’s books because they are creative, concise and really useful
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.
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!
Liggy Webb has written a powerful book that shows you how to enjoy becoming a better person.
It is so important that organisations look after their people. This book really does work wonders – entertaining, interesting and most of all very useful in helping people to get the best out of what they do – the perfect workplace handbook!
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.
I found Liggy’s presentations onboard the Ventura fascinating. They hit more than a few cords with me. A reason, a season or a lifetime you said. I’d like to think the reason I boarded the Ventura was to be inspired by her talks that have now propelled me in a new direction.