Wellbeing coach to speak to business leaders to offer tips

PUBLISHED: 10:58 03 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:35 03 January 2018

Michelle Gant from the Engaging People Company is speaking at the Great Yarmouth Business Breakfast. Photo: Norfolk Chamber

Michelle Gant from the Engaging People Company is speaking at the Great Yarmouth Business Breakfast. Photo: Norfolk Chamber


A workplace wellbeing expert is set to speak to business leaders at a networking event.

Michelle Gant runs the Engaging People Company, which supports companies in delivering satisfaction to staff and customers.

As the guest speaker will give them some handy wellbeing tips for the new year.

She is a qualified and experienced coach and mentor, and a facilitator, empowering individuals and teams to find their own solutions.

The event is at the Royal Assembly Rooms, in Albert Square, Great Yarmouth, on Thursday, January 18 from 7.30-9.30am.

The member rate is £20 (+VAT).

While the event is for members of the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce only, if you would like to attend to see if joining the chamber might be the right move for your business please contact

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