Greg Bridge, author, is an Aboriginal from the Gija descendants of the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. 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 dehumanising our workplace. Mr Bridge is the director of GP Bridge Training and Development and the Human Behaviour Excellence Centre, based in Perth. His programs have been successful with prominent and large companies, and with several private and state schools, with the objective being to enable the participants to learn effective communications skills with positive and constructive intent.
Greg also holds a qualification in musculoskeletal therapy to assist people in their own balance and well being to improve body muscular issues. Furthermore, as part of his continual passions, he commentates, and is a researcher on the increasing issue of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) which is impacting long term on both our community and individuals. In 2016 he had a year off from his business in Perth to be a full-time sessional lecturer at the Health Studies unit, Notre Dame University, Broome, WA. Greg was also a member of the Notre Dame Nulungu Research Centre Graduates Associates study group where he presented and investigated the connection of FASD and the justice system. He is also a speaker on In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), on ‘Shifting Perception of IVF’, as he has an IVF son.
Greg is a very active sports person and continues to work closely with the community in all areas and stays in touch with the grass roots of the business world.
Greg's published work