Suzanne is a performance catalyst working with business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders to help them recognise and develop their potential. She is considered to be Australia’s expert on identifying and moving beyond limiting mindsets including the Imposter Syndrome … a key barrier to performance.
Her focus on setting clear outcomes and a path forward including dismantling barriers have led to significant shifts in self-leadership, transformational leadership, employee engagement, client service, culture, performance and bottom line.
As the first woman on the Board of Directors at George Patterson Advertising and a strategy planner for the agency, Suzanne created maximum customer engagement for leading brands in banking, food, cosmetics, animal products, beverages, fine china and crystal.
In her high level marketing roles with Coca Cola Amatil and Schwarzkopf, she was responsible for the launch of several well-known fast moving consumer goods brands that remain on the shelves today.
For more than 20 years, Suzanne has run her own business and for the past 15 years, has focussed on speaking, training, coaching and facilitative consulting to create powerful and balanced leaders leading to sustainable and profitable organisations & associations.
Her Clients come from a wide variety of industries including shopping centre management, higher education, professional services, insurance, technology, manufacturing, beauty and wellness, commercial real estate, publishing and industry associations.
Suzanne develops and delivers keynotes that resonate at a deep level, experiential workshops, facilitative consulting, mentoring and executive coaching designed to shift mindsets that block success, to free leaders up to transform their impact, to improve management capability, lift sales results and identify potential to enhance business performance.
She is a thought provoking speaker and a published author. “Liberate Leadership. How the Imposter Syndrome undermines leadership capability and what to do about it” was released in August, 2012 and is considered one of the foremost books on the Imposter Syndrome in business.