Sue Daniel works locally and internationally with organisations to bring about enlivening and effective group cultures. Recent workshops have been in Melbourne and India, working with a team of corporate financial consultants and an IT team. In 2012 she visited several townships effected by the Great Eastern Earthquake and Tsunami, and ran workshops for health personal, on the invitation of the Japanese Red Cross and Muroran University, in several community centres and hospitals.
Sue provides bespoke leadership training, role training, workplace conflict resolution, group supervision and individual coaching and mentoring. At least one initial 1-1 consultation is recommended in the early planning stages of any work. Most of the work usually involves 2-3 hours, or half-day seminars, day or residential workshops. Participants can expect to develop new ways of being, including working with conflict so that people can connect well with one another so that their groups and teams can function in a more creative manner. The methods used include a specific sociometric systems approach, which includes role theory, psychodrama or sociodrama.
The focus is on the use of experiential methods for the development of people in organisations and this includes working alongside crisis teams and with law enforcement officers. Sue is available as a guest speaker, workshop or seminar presenter and can visit a workplace or specific venue.
Who can benefit?
Community groups – issues relating to immigration, culture and gender diversity, tolerance of difference and climate change. Educational groups – teachers and student welfare services on the topics of bullying, isolation and suicide. Corporations and business organisations – team building and conflict resolution. Pastoral care – universities – hospitals and health care organisations – issues of death and grief. Correctional institutions – the criminal justice system – law enforcement officers and those in any of the emergency services with issues around healthy living and self care.
All enquiries: E: firstname.lastname@example.org M: +61 (0) 417 586 791