Neil Shah is the founder and Director of The Stress Management Society, and head of research and consultancy firm International Wellbeing Insights. He is a leading international expert on stress management, mental health, happiness and wellbeing. An engaging and inspiring motivational speaker and success coach, he has extensive expertise in driving and creating positive societal and organizational change, as well as proven practical strategies to promote happiness and wellbeing.
Neil is the author of Amazon #1 best-seller‘ Introducing Neurolinguistic Programming: A Practical Guide’ (IconBooks), as well as ‘Turn Negatives into Positives’ (Icon Books), Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP): Your Map to Happiness, Confidence and Success (Icon Books) and ‘The 10-Step Stress Solution’ (RandomHouse).
He has a vast toolbox of resources to draw from and has created the majority of the programmes that his organisations deliver –which have been achieving on average 99% excellent feedback consistently over the last 5 years. Having almost twenty years of driving positive change across the world, sharing best practice and inspiring action. Because of his extensive knowledge and experience, he knows the power of potential. He’s used that to great effect himself. He’s climbed mountains, has run the London Marathon four times, completed several triathlons as well as one of the toughest one-day endurance challenges, the Ironman! Neil previously steered his own consultancy firm to a multi-million-pound turnover. Neil is a highly motivated, inspiring individual who has spent many years working with large corporates and has a multitude of skills to appeal to a broad spectrum of individuals and companies. He has delivered programmes across the UK, Europe, The Middle East, Africa, Asia and the USA. Having worked with organisations including Shell, Google, DHL, Hilton, Philips, HSBC, Allianz and Aviva he has a deep knowledge and experience in his areas of expertise.
Neil is a renowned media personality on the subject of stress and also writes regularly for newspapers and magazines including The Guardian, The Times, Men’s Health, Psychology’s Magazine, HR Magazine, Top Sante and The Huffington Post. He regularly appears on television and radio interviews and is now the BBC’s featured expert on stress appearing on BBC Breakfast, BBC Five Live, Sky News amongst many others.
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