Bamboo Being is a learning and development practice and community founded by Sue Adams in Singapore in 2007.
We support our clients to be more effective in their endeavours and to work and live with greater ease and enjoyment. We have found that whereas necessity is often 'the mother of invention', the father is probably 'adversity'. You might say we aim to be midwives to fresh possibilities in challenging circumstances.
The challenges that our clients face may be within their organisations or personal domains and now often encompass complex wider social and environmental responsibilities.
This has led to an integrated approach to coaching and development in which a single programme for an individual or team might tap on a whole community of integral coaches and guides with deep experience in their fields.
Our approach is interdisciplinary and holistic. We help clients focus on pragmatic ‘small steps’ without losing sight of the poetic ‘big picture’ purpose. We marry structure and well-tried processes with the flow of what is unfolding in the moment. We customise for individual situations but keep an eye on integrating the whole and we deliberately fuse West and East, marrying cutting-edge research in evidence-based approaches with traditional practices from wisdom traditions.
We are honoured to work with leading global organizations in the public sector, B2B and B2C industries ........but ultimately our work is H2H (human to human).
Bamboo Being is built upon Sue’s passion and track record for advising, managing and developing successful creative people and businesses to bring their best work to life.
Prior to founding Bamboo Being in 2007, Sue spent two decades in the non-profit sector, dance and media. Her career as an Entertainment Lawyer eventually led to her moving from the UK to Singapore in 1997 to manage and then lead the Asian operations of a multinational media business.
Sue read PPE at Oxford, qualified as a Solicitor in the UK and holds an MBA from INSEAD.
Sue has certifications in Positive Organizational Psychology, Results Coaching, Integral Coaching and Coaching Supervision, Mediation and various modalities in organizational development work.
She is also trained to teach Pilates and Yoga.
Sue is of both British and Singaporean Chinese descent and has lived and worked in the UK, Canada, France and Hong Kong.