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Sue Butler

Sue ButlerSue coaches individuals and groups on how they can best contribute to organisational goals and at the same time progress their careers. She provides a framework within which clients can explore their career paths and issues and make decisions about the future. She combines this with practical career development tools that equip them to take action and move forward in their careers. If appropriate, she helps with their transition to satisfying alternative work with outplacement support.

She offers a flexible career coaching service encompassing both one-to-one sessions and workshops. She is accustomed to coaching face-to-face, on the telephone and on Skype. She is a supportive coach but, according to her clients, doesn’t let them off the hook.

Sue spent 20 years in blue-chip organisations including the BBC and John Lewis. After a successful career in human resources, she decided to specialise in career management, working on strategies to harness the needs of individuals with those of the organisation. For example, at the BBC she introduced programmes to enable staff to take responsibility for developing their careers and trained HR staff in career coaching.

Since 1994 she has worked as a career management & outplacement consultant in financial services, retail, government, manufacturing, health and education sectors. Clients have included Zurich, Barclays, Safeway, HMRC, Westland Helicopters, HTV, BUPA, and The Teaching Agency. She has helped hundreds of people both one-to-one and in workshops to attain fulfilling and purposeful careers.

Sue is a CTI-trained Co-Active Coach and was awarded the Diploma in Counselling in Organisational Settings by the University of Bristol. She is also trained to use FIRO B and Elements of Awareness, and PAPI.




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