Sue Langley works with top organisations around the world to cultivate positive workplaces, emotionally intelligent leaders and high performing teams. CEO and founder of the Langley Group of companies, Sue applies positive psychology, emotional intelligence and neuroscience to inspire people to be the best they can be.
She has developed large-scale projects with organisations such as Oracle, Schneider Electric and Camp Quality, transforming culture and building organisational and leadership capability. Her purpose-built solutions are designed to engage people, maximise talent and drive business performance. Her positive approach leverages strengths and generates learning and engagement that builds on itself, guiding people and organisations in upward spirals toward optimal performance and growth.
Interview with Sue Langley on Strengths-based Performance and Talent Management. 18 mins.
Sue Langley’s consulting expertise includes: Engagement and culture, leadership development, neuroleadership, talent and performance, wellbeing and resilience, emotional intelligence, team development, sales and service, creativity and innovation, organisational transformation and change.
What people say about Sue Langley
Working with Sue Langley and the Langley Group has had a major impact on our organisation. They have helped us transform our culture. The changes have had direct results on our bottom line.
Simon Rountree, CEO, Camp Quality
The Langley Group has had a massive impact on the people they trained. The communication they have with their colleagues and managers has certainly improved. It’s been a direct result of their better understanding about themselves and how others act and behave.
Tom Sangster, Business Effectiveness Manager, Zoetis
Working with the Langley Group has really helped us increase the leadership capability within our organisation, which is key to our ongoing success. What sets them apart from others in this space is their passion and knowledge of the subject, and the genuine nature of the relationships they form.
Edweena Stratton, Senior HR Director, Oracle
Sue Langley facilitated a team planning day and her approach was so different from the usual strategic business planning that the impact has been really profound.
Julian Kenny, HR Director, Public Relations Institute of Australia
We have seen a new positivity and a new way of thinking from our people, which has been delightfully surprising.