Bridge facilitates thought-provoking and interactive workshops to feel connected and liberated with your team  

Imagine if it felt easy to connect with each other on a deep level, where talking about emotions empowers and energises your community rather than trips it up.

Do you resonate with this?

– You want to know your community feels tuhonotānga (connected) and kawaumārau (brave).

– You’d hate to think they feel korehā (incapable), ngoikore (powerless), but you are unsure if they do?

– You sometimes notice withdraw from each other, but you don’t know how to communicate that?


What do we do?

We focus on connection and confidence in the team, by practising with tools and structures to be proud of how we each show up in our communities.

We do this in workshops together, where we make an action plan based on how you all want to feel, and why this is valuable to you and your community.


Ellis, Physiotherapist, Willis Street Physiotherapy

One thing I really enjoyed about the class was how comfortable everyone was with sharing their emotions and thoughts. This stems from Bridget. She has a knack in facilitating discussion throughout the workshop through the use of questions and tools! This allows participants to share and brainstorm how they are feeling. We all learnt a lot about what success looks like, and feels like within our workplace.

Ella Brown, Community Programme Coordinator, Wellington City Council

“Bridget came into our already tight knit work team and elevated our communication, connection and understanding of each other to the next level.

With open, honest and powerful discussion, Bridge supported us by creating a safe,trusting space, to bring to surface vulnerable but REAL conversations.

Bridget is a breath of fresh air, energetic, trustworthy and genuine, I cannot suggest a better person to help facilitate increased connectivity in any setting”

Gus Hewitt, Head of Sales, TracMap

Bridget uses her unquestionable passion combined with credible research to deliver a workshop that all teams, leaders and people would benefit from.”

Feelings Come First Here.

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