Sue is a highly skilled leadership development facilitator, organisational change consultant and executive coach with a proven track record of working in a commercial environment, the public sector and academia. Working in the field of leadership and people development since 1995, using an engaging facilitative style, Sue utilises a variety of development tools to enable behavioural and attitudinal change at all levels within organisations. This enhances personal effectiveness and has a direct impact on potential and performance.
Sue specialises in leadership development and executive level team development interventions. She works with a range of both private and public sector clients at various levels within organisations and often works with board level teams with a focus on developing high performance team behaviours that support improving organisational performance. Her facilitative style creates space for teams to explore the issues that are important to them, with a solutions focus to ensure pragmatic actions are agreed.
Sue currently works with a range of clients including GSK, Halton Borough Council, Centre For Leadership Performance, NHS and Lancashire and Cumbria Constabulary. She also tutors on the Lancaster University Management School MBA programme as the module convener for collaborative conduct.
Sue has an MA in Management Learning from Lancaster University Management School with her dissertation focused on creating inspiring learning environments. She is an accredited coach, an MBTI practitioner, Firo B practitioner, TA 101 counsellor, an NLP master practitioner and a level 7 Action Learning Facilitator.
Beyond work Sue is passionate about the outdoors, heading to the hills with her border collie dog, bakes and eats cake and works as a volunteer at Leighton Moss RSPB nature reserve.