Resilience can make the difference between surviving and thriving. The good news is that it's a skill you can build and practise.
In this video interview on authentic resilience, Craig Badings, Partner at SenateSHJ interviews Gabi Lowe, Founder and Director at The Resilience Factory. She has been through her own extraordinary journey and has so much knowledge to share for people who are struggling right now. Especially those who may have lost their jobs.
About Gabi Lowe
The journey that Gabi Lowe and her family fought for four years and, sadly in 2015 at the age of 20, the tragic loss of her eldest daughter, Jenna Lowe, precipitated a complete career change for Gabi Lowe and she became a professionally qualified integral Personal and Leadership Development coach.
Gabi launched The Coaching Nest and then, with Pippa Shaper, who also endured significant loss in her family life, they collaborated and created the Ten R's Model for Authentic Resilience. Together they launched The Resilience Factory in early 2018.
Gabi brings the ability to process emotional complexity developed over many years of dealing with adversity, challenge and deep personal loss. The result is a coaching method built on a depth of life experience, compassion, courage and insight that offers a unique and powerful roadmap on the journey of self-development, personal resilience and conscious leadership allowing people to lead an authentic and full life.
Gabi is the author of best seller “Get Me To 21” – a raw and gripping story, about a mother's fight to keep Jenna alive.
She is acknowledged worldwide as a medical activist for organ donation and Pulmonary Hypertension. She is a professionally qualified coach (DIPC TCC), mentor, facilitator and International speaker. She is a member of the ICF and COMENSA.
She can be contacted on [email protected]
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