Creating Habitual Perspectives That Bring Flow and Success with Jem Fuller
Interview with coach, facilitator, author and TEDx speaker Jem Fuller
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming coach, facilitator, author, and TEDx speaker, Jem Fuller to talk about how we can become more functional human beings, and how we can use our innate skills and abilities to collaborate effectively and create outstanding results for the greater good.
Jem is a trusted advisor and coach to CEO’s and senior leadership teams across the government, private and not-for-profit sectors. He helps create more mindful leaders and healthier work-place cultures. Jem is an expert in human behaviour, specialising in communication and personal resilience. He is also Director and Facilitator for his own international leadership retreat company, and has been taking leaders to the remote Indian Himalaya, jungles of Northern Bali and Kimberley region of NW Australia since 2014.
From his punk days squatting in London to his years of barefoot backpacking around the Indian sub-continent and then years of corporate ‘high-flying’, Jem has lived the extremes. He has been a global tattooist, kindergarten teacher in Asia, motorcycle courier and fire dancer, Chinese masseuse and reflexologist, travel agent and senior leader with a multi-national company. Over the last decade he has studied and become qualified in coaching, human behavioural profiling and neuro linguistic programming.
Jem is passionate about helping to create more functional humans who can collaborate to create outstanding results for the greater good. His recently published book, The Art of Conscious Communication for Thoughtful Men, is available through his website, on Booktopia, or Amazon. You can also watch Jem’s TEDx talk by searching Jem Fuller on YouTube.
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