Sue has over 30 years of experience working with senior leaders, aspiring leaders, and their teams in both Corporate and SME's in the Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Print, Pharmaceutical and Corporate Global Mobility Industries. As an Executive and Leadership Coach and facilitator Sue's specialises in developing high performance senior leaders through both one to one, and group coaching. Sue is also an authority on identifying, measuring and developing internal growth capability in SME businesses. She is also chair of a voluntary Mediation Service and an active mediator.
Sue's expertise in helping leaders maximise their potential, make transitions, build resilience and manage change is built on coaching hundreds of people to achieve and business success. An MD managing a merger with an International business had this to say “Sue has been a fantastic coach and I would highly recommend her to anyone going through change in their business or career. It is refreshing to discuss business challenges in a practical context with a coach who has the expertise to understand complex business needs”.
Sue’s authentic and genuine approach quickly builds trust enabling her to be both supportive and challenging. She believes in creating clarity of value and always invites individuals to set clear coaching goals and outcomes. Sue brings variety and insight to her coaching by using a range of practical business tools, models and techniques together with a talent for creating personal insight.
Diploma in Executive and Executive and Corporate Coaching (Institute of Leadership and Management)
Diploma in Life Coaching (Noble Manhattan Coaching)
Diploma in Business Management (Canterbury Christchurch University)
Mediation skills training (Ashford Mediation Service)
The most powerful shifts can come through having the time and space to think in a structured way…I focus on asking questions that challenge current thinking and provide an opportunity for high quality thought, leading to realistic, yet powerful, ideas and actions.’