Greg Bridge, author, is an Aboriginal from the Gija descendants of the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. He has over twenty years’ experience passionately commentating and facilitating his Human Behaviour Excellence programs on the ‘authority and impact of our language use’ that is slowly dehumanizing our workplace.
Greg is a co-author of ‘Growing Up Together’, with his son, Jarod Bridge, and the author of ‘Yes Health Matters in the Workplace’ released in July 2019. Looking at the challenges of health, our language use, and risks in the workplace into the future. Mr Bridge is a director of Legendary Development and Training and other business ventures, based in Perth. His programs have been successful with prominent and large companies and to several Private and State Schools to youth enabling the participants to learn effective communications language skills with positive and constructive intent with the objective of keeping health and wellness in mind.
He also holds a qualification in Musculoskeletal Therapy, to assist people in their own balance and wellbeing to improved body muscular issues and holds a Masters in Humanistic Neuro-Linguistic Psychology. He is still a very active sportsperson and continues to work closely with grassroots people in the community.