Paul McGee is a conference speaker, seminar presenter, communication coach, and bestselling author. His academic background is in behavioural and social psychology, and his early career was spent in Human Resources before he lost his job due to ill health when he was diagnosed with M.E. Now fully recovered he’s become one of the UK’s leading speakers on change, inspiring leadership, and communicating with confidence.
He developed the S.U.M.O (Shut Up, Move On) brand in 2002 and more recently launched SUMO4Schools, a programme designed to help young people realise their potential and develop skills for life. He has recently written a new book The S.U.M.O Secrets to Being a Positive, Confident Teenager.
To find out more about his work visit www.theSUMOguy.com
Grief can hit as a result of all sorts of events – a bereavement, of course, but also the loss of a job, relationship, or dream. Paul McGee explores the value of grieving our losses – it is only in doing so that we can move on.
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