Thriving is no longer optional.It is the business baseline that makes wellbeing sense.
Thriving goes beyond surviving
I help business owners, leaders and entrepreneurs integrate wellbeing and business improvement solutions that improve mental and physical wellbeing, create business growth, performance improvement and a thriving business.
I am Gail Biddulph, Thriving Specialist = Busines Advisor + Wellbeing Integrator + Nature’s Humanitarian.
My work takes me from Boardroom to Boardwalk, amplifying lessons from nature at work as we focus on business growth.
I have dedicated the last 22 years of my life to the field of inner excellence, improving business performance and training leaders to thrive.
At its core, my work is finding and fixing business problems that span people, performance and profit.
I really do understand the intimate balance of how people’s feelings impact customer satisfaction, business performance and business success. I work with leaders delivering practical recalibration, transformation and thriving on every level, personally and in business.
Thriving is the untapped power for leading through chaos,
complexity and change in business, life and our world.
Integrating wellbeing into business operations is a game-changer. Finding and fixing the root cause of stress, overwhelm, burnout rapidly improves employee engagement, customer experience, sales and profits.
directors & leaders wellbeing
Being a business leader and role model has a unique set of stresses.
Purposefully designed training, workshops, coaching and mentoring for promoting wellbeing and maintaining high performance and optimal productivity.
streamline & systemise wellbeing
Our wellbeing at work consultancy starts with wellbeing needs analysis which identifies where the organisation is on the wellbeing journey and also the root cause of poor wellbeing from chronic stress to poor focus, burnout or low productivity.
An initial complimentary employee engagement survey serves as a benchmark for your employees emotions, wellbeing and engagement.
Business are more productive, more profitable and easier to run when employees are engaged.
Wellbeing includes mental health, physical activity, restorative rest as well as integrating emotional and connection to others.
Adopting an integrated approach to wellbeing delivers optimal results.
Helping leaders create sustainable,
through the power of
What Others Say
Gail has the innate ability to create a robust business strategy to future-proof your company. And then, crucially, a roadmap to implementation.
Her approach is unique, refreshing and extremely practical – getting to the crux of what your business is capable of and the opportunities available in this impossibly fast-moving digital age.
I have known Gail for many years and she constantly impresses with her knowledge & experience. But whilst knowledge can be learned and experiences acquired, attitude and personality are part of a person that makes them unique. This is what sets Gail apart from others. Always professional but with a beautiful calming approach that looks deep into the individual to explore the root causes of behaviours.
I highly recommend Gail if you want to explore how to help you and your people thrive.
Gail Biddulph is a powerhouse of professionalism who has a most impressive track record of results and achievements. She backs that up with a competent, confident and capable presence.
She has provided me with some perfectly timed and targeted interventions to support the growth of my own business.
Her stance on clarity has helped me re target and refocus my efforts that has contributed to doubling the international side of my business.
I can’t speak highly enough of Gail and so it is without reservation that I highly recommend her to people who have the courage to change.
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