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Over the past 30 years, Gina Gardiner has worked with hundreds of individuals, small companies and larger organisations, helping business men and women fulfil their personal and professional potential. Gina's ability to educate, inspire, challenge and make her audience laugh has made her one of the UK's most respected inspirational speakers, leaving people excited by what she has to say, motivated by her 'can do' culture and better equipped to deal with any challenging issues life may throw at them.
Speaking from Experience
Seeing old things in a new way is something Gina was forced to discover the hard way when a ski accident in February 1983 took its toll on her mobility, leaving her wheel-chair bound by 1989. A Head Teacher of a primary school at the time, Gina looks back on how she continued her leadership role, "I loved my job but I had to consider the affects my circumstances would have on the school children and my staff," Gina explains, "If I was to continue I knew I had to change my way of thinking. My injuries affected my energy levels and mobility and being in a wheelchair limited my access to the classrooms. In order to overcome these challenges I had to strategically plan ahead to find longer term solutions and develop the potential of my staff both as individuals and as a team. It was this which underpinned our ongoing success."