Sue is an experienced development coach, teacher and facilitator who works with individuals and organisations to support the authentic expression of personal qualities, gifts and longings, for the collective good.
Professional and leadership experience
During over 20 years in the pharmaceutical outsourcing sector based in the UK and US, Sue designed and lead national and multi-country, multi-disciplinary integration programmes through a period of rapid growth in a newly establishing global sector.
Subsequently Sue spent over ten years consulting to a broad range of organisations/sectors on large-scale project strategy and delivery, including using technology-based solutions for rapid start-up and long-term performance support.
Alongside her current professional practice, Sue has been a UK Charity Trustee and for 7 years served as Chair of the Board of a local charity supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).
Education and Professional Training
Sue has a degree in Theology from Oxford University and is PCC level credentialed with the International Coach Federation. Sue is on Faculty at Thirdspace/New Ventures West where she teaches integral coaching.
An accredited Enneagram Professional with the International Enneagram Association, Sue is also a Guide with The Enneagram Prison Project and on Faculty at The Human Potentialists where she teaches The Enneagram and Enneagram informed coaching.
Fields of Interest
Sue’s work supports people who are often at transition points in their lives, asking questions about personal and collective meaning, purpose and contribution, with a longing to cultivate a more integrated way of living and working. Her interests in psychology, somatics and the wisdom traditions, alongside poetry and our human relationship with natural landscapes, are potent sources for Sue’s ongoing personal inquiry and development, and for creative responses to helping others uncover their innate power and goodness.
Sue lives in Worcester, UK, with her husband Oliver with whom she shares a passion for eco-building. She spends much of her time in her riverside garden, growing, tending and stewarding both flora and fauna.