I am an Inclusion teacher, Activity Alliance Tutor, Author, Educator, Public Speaker, and Mental Health Advocate. I’ve worked in business management, local government, and sports development. I have also worked as a sports coach coaching from beginner to elite level.
Since retiring from my “proper job” in 2015, I spend my time helping others change the world, one thought at a time. I do this through education and the delivery of courses and workshops.
The experience I gained in business and local government, particularly my work with ethnic communities, the homeless, people with disabilities, and people with mental health conditions give me a certain perspective when delivering courses such as “Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion,” Mental Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace” and “Supporting and fostering good mental health in children and adolescents.”
Equally, my sporting background, coaching from grassroots up to elite level, gives a degree of authority when delivering courses such as “How Authentic Leaders use a Sporting Mindset to build effective teams.”
When not teaching, I enjoy mentoring and working with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.Read More
It’s not about the money.
Stephen Morley on Social Media.
Thank you for taking the time out of your day to view my website. Please feel free to look at my other social media platforms. They do give a good overview of the things that I am passionate about.
Why not view my Facebook pages? These posts mainly relate to my work in Inclusion and sport. https://www.facebook.com/whatisthisnow/
Interested in learning more about my writing?
See more on my author page
You can “follow” me on Twitter. Again, sport and inclusion “Tweets” can generally be found here https://twitter.com/inclusive_coach
Whereas, “Tweets” relating to all things to do with writing can be found
I have in recent years had the opportunity to record a couple of podcasts for my good friend Callum Jackson.
The first is all about my work. https://youtu.be/fUV2CgphDzk
The second was to talk about my running story, to read extracts from my book “Running with a wounded heart” the story of my journey from a heart attack whilst running a race to recovery and return to running, and to chat about adventures and miss-adventures running Ultras. I hope you enjoy the podcasts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0YOu7ZZHBI
And finally, you can find me on Linkedin.
These are more general posts and observations, although mainly focusing on inclusion, equality, and diversity.