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About Gina Gardiner - Make the Difference for Witham
An inspirational leader and impressive coach
"Gina Gardiner is one of the UK's most respected professional speakers and educators in the field of human performance."
Gina Gardiner was described by Ofsted as an "inspirational leader" and by Investors in People as an "impressive coach and exceptional mentor who has developed an innovative and exemplary training scheme".
Outstanding Principles, Outstanding Results
Gina's particular area of expertise is maximising leadership through personal and professional development. Inspiring delegates to widen their outlook, she strongly believes in taking on effective methods of problem solving, making the most of your team and ultimately leading a healthier and more successful life by finding a balance between work and time for family, friends and personal fulfilment.
With 20 years� experience as a primary school Head Teacher, at which time she was acknowledged as Head of one of Ofsted's 'Best Schools' twice and on the HMI Honours list, Gina has a portfolio containing a wealth of achievement in leadership and management and is familiar with the formidable yet rewarding experience of being at the top. However, her concept of seeing things in a new way is something she herself was forced to discover the hard way when a ski accident in February 1983 gradually took its toll on her mobility, leaving her wheel-chair bound by 1989.
Along with a career in leadership, Gina is also an inspirational author, a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and a qualified coach. In all areas of her speaking, consultancy, training and coaching, she teaches that anyone can create amazing change and incredible results in any part of their life in a relatively short period of time, if they are prepared to get a little uncomfortable and open their mind to a different way of thinking.
Despite the effects of her accident, Gina believes that the quality of her life is determined by the quality of her thoughts. Although her mobility is now improving, she continues to use her approach to help others in leadership and management roles; "I'd like to think I would have been as good a leader anyway but my circumstances have certainly promoted a highly effective approach to leadership which has proved just as successful in other organisations that I've worked with as it did my own. There is no reason why other leaders cannot achieve the same benefits I have, without experiencing the consequences of my accident."