Sarah Lloyd-Hughes, Founder

Ginger’s Founder, Sarah Lloyd-Hughes is a popular speaker on confidence and inspiration, an award winning social entrepreneur and coach, founder of Ginger Training & Coaching and author of the best-selling “How to be Brilliant at Public Speaking” (Pearson).

Featured in the TEDx series of public speeches, Sarah is an energetic, original and deeply authentic speaker who works with professionals and entrepreneurs to help them communicate with courage. She has successfully taught thousands of people across three continents. As a speaker on confidence, Sarah builds inspiration in her audiences, whatever their experience levels. She challenges and supports them on the journey to become passionate, authentic and inspiring communicators.

In her speaking and courses, Sarah teaches that to become a more influential communicator doesn’t involve pretending to be someone you’re not – instead you must understand and unleash the six qualities of an inspiring speaker that already live inside you.

A CTI Trained Co-active coach and practicing Buddhist, Sarah suffers from a life-long obsession with the hunt for the full potential of human beings – a theme which weaves itself enthusiastically through her work.

Deep inside, Sarah is really a frustrated artist. As consolation, she adds a personal touch to her books, speaking and training by illustrating them with her unique and charming ‘Doodles’.

TEDx talk ‘Good Girl Goodbye’

Ginger’s Lead Trainers

The Ginger Training team comprises speakers who all have a proven record in being able to inspire a crowd. They are skilled speakers, trainers and coaches, with experience working with a wide range of speakers, from nervous beginners to TEDx speakers.
Our trainers bring a range of expertise, from journalism and media backgrounds, to learning & development specialisms, to posture and body language qualifications.  More information about our core team members is below:

Luke Gregorczyk


Rona Steinberg


Nicky Moran

sarah with ginger

Sarah Lloyd-Hughes


Beverley Glick