“I got more from twenty minutes with you Gloria than two years (and a heap of money) with others who only said what was wrong – with you I got what works – everything turned around in just a few weeks.” Felicity, Mother of two. January 2020
Dr Gloria S Wright PhD (The University of Sydney) is a highly respected educator, registered and experienced business skills coach, speaker and author of two books.
She has 30+ years experience working with high performance individuals trying to be good parents, whilst balancing work demands: helping them become more effective as parent leaders and agile in handling work and relationship demands.
Parents know that their child’s ‘job’ is to do their best at school, so it’s helpful to have a child education expert to supplement the toughest job ever – being an effective parents.
When you experience Gloria, you’ll quickly see why busy parents find Gloria’s unique analytical and intuitive approach extraordinarily helpful.
What is she especially known for?
As a child education expert, she is globally recognised for her work in removing the barriers of diagnostic labels and for her work in unlocking Multiple Intelligences (MI) so that parents and their children develop their own creativity.
As an executive business coach, Gloria helps parents ‘see’ how their parenting influences their workplace performance – her coaching contributes to parents developing their authentic parenting leadership style.
“…the worse thing you can do, is live a label …”
She guides parents confronted by diagnoses and labelling, learned helplessness, teens lacking motivation and more – Gloria helps parents communicate with teachers at school, achieve work-life balance, navigate relationships and extended family tensions, and more.
For Dr Gloria S Wright PhD, promoting parenting success and child education for happy, harmonious families is not just her profession, it is her life purpose.
Notwithstanding that diagnoses and medication may be necessary for some serious problems, Gloria says:
“…education is better than medicalisation…”
Her key message is that there are many ways to be ‘smart’ and being smart is not about an IQ number.
Expressing human intelligence is not only about getting great grades (although that’s nice too).
“…it‘s more important to raise creative, socially aware children, who know what they are good at, and are present in their day to day challenges…”