Liggy Webb - Modern Life Skills Expert

Liggy Webb – Modern Life Skills Expert

Liggy Webb - Modern Life Skills Expert

Liggy Webb is widely respected as a leading expert in the field of Modern Life Skills. As a presenter, consultant and author of several books she is passionate about her work and improving the quality of people’s lives. Liggy is noted for her dynamic and engaging style and as a result is frequently invited to present and speak at international conferences, award ceremonies, on board cruise ships, in the media and at a variety of high profile events.



Liggy offers a range of inspiring presentations that can be adapted to suit specific needs. The following six key titles can be tailored from a thirty minute presentation to a two hour interactive workshop for any size audience:

  • Life is what you make it
  • How to be happy
  • How to work wonders
  • Bouncability
  • Life balance
  • The best you can be


Liggy is available to speak on tv, radio or other media on relevant life skills topics. Previous media work has included; a 1 hour special of ‘Cruising with the Stars’ for the Holiday and Cruise Channel on SKY TV.


Liggy is the author of various of books including How to Work Wonders – Your Guide to Workplace Wellness, Thank You – Your Guide to Appreciating Life and How To Be Happy. These are available to buy at a discounted price to compliment presentations.



Liggy has quite an eclectic range of experience. Having worked in the learning and development arena for over twenty years   she is the founding director of The Learning Architect, a consortium of behavioural skills specialists.

Liggy specialises in the field of modern life skills which are the abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. It provides individuals with a toolkit of positive life skills that empowers them to cultivate healthy habits and personal coping strategies. Individuals will be better equipped to make more intelligent and informed choices that will ultimately improve the quality and sustainability of their lives. Liggy works predominantly in the field of behavioural change and applies a blended approach based on her experience of emotional resilience, holistic health and  positive psychology.


As an international consultant for The United Nations Liggy travels extensively to various duty stations and peace missions around the world. She describes her visit to Afghanistan in 2011 as her most interesting and enlightening experience to date.


Workplace Wellness is about the proactive and responsible approach that organisations can take to support and look after the health of their workforce. Liggy has developed a unique model that promotes mental, physical and environmental health. Employers can positively impact on stress, reduce absenteeism and improve the workforce energy and performance and engender a culture of people engagement. This model has been implemented into many organisations including the NHS, Royal Shakespeare Company, NFU Mutual, Thames Valley Police, South Gloucestershire Council, United Housing, UCAS, and Nuneaton and Bedworth Council.


Liggy’s publications have to date all been received with much acclaim by feloow experts and the general public. Her key publications have to date included;

Thank you – your guide to appreciating life –  The book will help you to make the very best of what you have and who you are. The book is filled with inspirational quotes, anecdotal uplifting stories, research, tips, advice and a gratitude journal to help you to develop a more positive approach to your life.

The Happy Handbook – A compendium of modern life skills. The Happy Handbook aims to provide you with a compendium of modern life   skills and tools to help you to thrive in the twenty tens and embrace   modern living in the happiest, healthiest and most positive way. You will   discover information on 25 essential life skills and each one is   summarised with useful tips to support you in improving the quality of your life. There is also an eclectic collection of thought provoking and useful   “happy stuff” that includes music, films, quotes and recommended websites   to help you to achieve the happy factor.

How to work wonders: Your guide to workplace wellness. We are increasingly defined by our work. It’s what takes up most of our time. It’s where we get to employ most of our talents. It’s where we experience some of our greatest triumphs and failures. It’s also the basis for our standard of living. Being physically, mentally and environmentally happy and healthy at work is key to our overall wellbeing. This book is packed with information, tips and fun advice on how to work to live and love to work!


As well as writing books and presenting Liggy works with a variety of organisations across private and public sector.

She is passionate about supporting mental health charities and is a trustee of The Chrysalis Foundation a development programme that engages, inspires and compels offenders to make a sustainable change in their lives.


In her spare time Liggy is a keen fiction writer and set up the Montpellier Writers Group in her home town of Cheltenham to encourage others to discover their potential through creative writing.


How to be happy (Published July 2012)

Thank you – your guide to appreciating life

The Happy Handbook – A compendium of modern life skills.

How to work wonders: Your guide to workplace wellness.


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