Consultant & Coach
Qualifications: BA (Hons), MSc, MCIPD, Diploma in Personal Performance Coaching and Diploma in Corporate and Executive Coaching.
Susan has over 20 years’ experience working with middle managers and senior leaders to enhance their personal and professional effectiveness. She is passionate about enabling individuals and teams to create healthy, effective and successful places to work.
Susan’s expertise lies in leadership development and resilience with a particular focus on enabling leaders to become more conscious and purposeful. Having completed research into mindfulness in business as part of a Masters degree and contributed to various publications on this subject, she is at the forefront of this emerging field.
Susan has worked in a diverse range of industries including oil & gas, retail, software development, banking and the public sector. She has an adaptable approach to working with clients and as such has experience with small owner managed businesses as well as some of the world’s leading brands.
Key pieces of work include:
Creative Scotland – designed and delivered a 9 month leadership programme called “The Leader Within” which included group workshops and group and 1:1 coaching for 12 high potential leaders.
HSBC – lead facilitator and coach on “Developing High Value Business Partnerships” programme in the UK, North America, the Middle East and Europe.
Barclays – on the faculty of coaches for the “Aspire” leadership programme providing group coaching to aspiring leaders both in person and virtually using Webex.
Scottish Courts and Tribunal Services – designed and delivered “Conscious Leadership” coaching workshops for leaders across the organisation to support them in becoming more conscious, purposeful and resilient.
Various small businesses in Scotland – working on a 1:1 basis with small business owners for up to 12 months to support them in building their confidence and resilience for creating and sustaining a successful business.
What makes her laugh?
'Dancing with my nieces, spinning round and round so much that we fall over’