Exclusive discount to Liggy Webb’s library of bite sized books

Charitable organisations get a discount to Liggy Webb’s popular BiteSized Book series when you order them through the Consortium*. Titles include Menopause, Mental Health, Burnout and Creativity. They’re perfect for sharing with staff and volunteers.

Best selling author Liggy Webb has produced a popular series of bite sized books – more than 20,000 have been sold since they were first published. They’re perfect to share with staff and volunteers if you’re organising a special campaign, for example for Time to Talk Day on 6 February 2020. Or they could be used as part of a development programme, focusing on a new topic each month.

If you’re interested in bulk buying books, to share with staff and/or volunteers, we’d be happy to send a sample book. Get in touch with our team on info@charitylearning.org or call us on 08451 707 702. 

Titles include: 

  • Menopause
  • Resilience
  • Mental Health
  • Burnout
  • Positive Mindset
  • Uncertainty
  • Relationships Building
  • Conversations
  • Decision Making
  • Curiosity
  • Behavioural Agility
  • Creativity
  • Critical Thinking
  • Sleep
  • Winter Wellbeing


All titles cost £2.00 each (plus vat and postage) when purchased via the Charity Learning Consortium.* That’s a discount of £1 per book for all voluntary sector organisations. An up to date range of titles can be seen on the Learning Architect website, with online samples of each book. 

*Terms and conditions apply. Please speak to one of the Charity Learning Consortium team for more information. 

About Liggy Webb

Liggy Webb is an award-winning and bestselling author, presenter and international consultant specialising in behavioural skills. She’s recognised as a thought leader on resilience and behavioural agility and works with a wide range of businesses helping people to be more resilient, agile and healthy in a volatile, uncertain and highly complex world. Some of the organisations that Liggy works with include the BBC, the NHS, Macmillan Cancer Support, the World Trade Organization, the United Nations. She partners with the Charity Learning Consortium to develop resources for the voluntary sector. 

Her book, Resilience: How To Cope When Everything Around You Keeps Changing, is a practical and accessible guide for coping with change and offers advice on how to recover and flourish through challenging times. The guiding principles in the book have been televised for a series with the BBC world service.

Watch and share: In this video Liggy gives three tips to avoid burnout

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