Victim or hero? Your choice!
Today I & my guest Lizzie Bernthal explore how to stand tall, find your voice & your inner strength even when you are facing significant life challenges. She shares with us her many years’ experience of life in the military & her expertise in Psychological wellbeing.
Children are conditioned to ‘fit in’ & be part of the crowd. Paradoxically it is those who are prepared to think outside the box who will have the greatest opportunity in the future.
About The Show
Are you the ‘Leader’ of your own life? Are you getting the best out of life – personally and professionally? Join us on ‘Leadership For Life with Gina Gardiner’ where you can enjoy interviews from a wide range of top experts who will share their insights and skills and where I will share with you the principles and strategies to help you live a happier more successful and fulfilling life - personally and professionally.
About The Guest
Lizzy Bernthal is a mindset leadership coach, international speaker, author and a wellbeing, resilience and cultural change specialist who supports authentic leaders and ex-military to stand tall, rediscover their voice to own all of who they are so they can soar. She designs and delivers transformational programmes for businesses to find their purpose, embed their values to create an innovative, collaborative, inclusive culture. She served 25 years’ as a British Army nurse and midwife (Lt Col) gained a PhD in psychological wellbeing. In 2017,she was awarded Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy for her global contribution to higher education.
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