Bsc (Hons), MSc
Sue is an Ashridge associate research consultant. She has held international managerial, strategy and consultancy roles in companies as varied as Peugeot, Intel and small businesses. Her specialties are in human behaviour, adult learning, and since 2007, the intergenerational workplace.
She was a learning consultant at Ashridge for six years, but is now an associate focusing on research, in particular on young people (Generation Y) and their managers. This global intergenerational research encompasses social, cultural, gender and economic influences on workplace behaviour. Sue has taught for the CIPD and judged e-learning and editorial awards. Sue is a frequent conference speaker and workshop facilitator, as well as publishing and speaking in the media.
Sue’s first degree is in Biological Sciences, with a postgraduate qualification in Business Management and an MSc (Distinction) in Networked Learning from Lancaster University. She also has an Advanced Diploma in Local History from the University of Oxford.