Saturday, May 30, 2020

How to Lead by Example by Leading Yourself First

Gina Gardiner has learned to walk twice as an adult.  For over 20 years, she ran her award-winning school from a wheelchair.  She focused on what she could do - rather than what she was not able to do. The gift of this experience was the development of a unique approach to life and the development of transformational leadership. 

Gina Gardiner is a No1 International Bestselling Author, Motivational Speaker, Empowerment and Relationship Coach and Transformational Leadership Trainer with well over 30 years of experience helping people experience happiness, success, and fulfillment. She’s the founder of the Thrive Together Tribe membership and The Enlightened Leadership Programme.

Since 2004 Gina has worked with countless individuals, couples, teams, and organizations helping them to step into their potential, to learn the lessons from the past, and to recognize that it is their choice to step into their power and live a fearless life.  Gina is passionate about supporting people to live a truly happy, successful, and fulfilling life and supporting leaders to become the spiritual matriarchs and patriarchs who lead with integrity, compassion and the courage to do what is right rather than what is expedient.

During her interview, Gina shares how you, too, can be a catalyst for change.

Connect with Gina here:

Website  -- Genuinely You -- information to help you Thrive rather than Survive

Website - Enlightened Leadership  A program, based on 30 years of experience, teaching you how to lead yourself first -- based on integrity, compassion, and the courage to do what is right. 

Gina's Books Available on Amazon

Thriving Not Surviving - The 5 Secret Pathways To Happiness, Success and Fulfillment

Chariots On Fire

Kick Start Your Career

Manage Your Staff More Effectively

Live Well Eat well with Coeliac Disease

Co-Author of World's Renowned Bestselling Book: "The Change: Manifest Your Greatness Today Book 11" with Jim Britt (First mentor to Anthony Robbins) and Jim Lutes

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