Sue believes that the practical application of neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and positive psychology research inspires people to get the best from themselves and their peers and teams.
Top global organisations seek her expertise to help build positive workplace cultures, emotionally intelligent leaders and high performing teams. Increasing engagement, improving leadership and developing agility are just some of the business outcomes organisations experience.
One of Sue’s most impactful achievements has been the creation of the world’s first accredited Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing (10653NAT) in Australia, generating positive and life-changing experiences for hundreds of people.
Sue lives in Australia with her husband David and two cats, and when not inspiring others to be their best, she can be found running on the beach in the beautiful early hours of the morning.
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