Sue Mitchell

Sue Mitchell

Dr Sue Mitchell is Director of Aeona, an Approved Development Provider for the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) for Leadership and Coaching programmes. Sue works with organisations, leaders, managers, business owners and private clients to inspire them to achieve results, make a difference and change their world for the better. Clients come from organisations of all types and size from start-ups and sole practitioner businesses to multi-national corporates, the public sector and third sector.

Sue specialises in supporting people and organisations to work with mindset to raise personal, team and organisational performance, engagement and wellbeing. Specific topics include motivation, confidence, emotional intelligence, resilience, mental toughness, and values-driven leadership. Sue delivers executive 1:1 coaching, leadership development and other programmes. She facilitates half day workshops to multi-day events, including ILM Development programme modules, team building and facilitated visioning and strategy sessions. Sue is a highly rated speaker at CPD events for professional organisations, seminars and conferences.

For more information visit www.aeona.co.uk and www.confidentleader.co.uk

What publishing has done for Sue

‘This is my first book, so I don’t know yet for sure how it will help me build my business and profile. I’m hoping that it will add credibility and create openings for people to get an idea of what I am about and be inspired to contact me to work with me.’

What Sue says about working with SRA Books

‘I have found working with Sue Richardson Associates to be a highly constructive experience, making writing and publishing my first book much simpler than I had imagined it might be. The initial concept questionnaire was most useful to help me shape my thoughts and construct the outline for the book and summarise what each chapter would be about. This made writing the book so much simpler as I already had the “why” and the core framework set out, so I could focus on writing one chapter at a time, not necessarily in order. Breaking it down into manageable steps which I scheduled into the diary helped the book to get written within the timeframe and deadline we arranged. I am certain that if I hadn’t heard about Sue Richardson Associates and become an Authority Guides author, my book would still be an idea that might sometime get written in the future!’