Sue Henry


Sue works with organisations supporting them to bring their staff wellbeing ambitions to life, creating happy healthy and productive workplaces. She works with individuals who want to stop spinning plates and make time to do more of what brings them joy – creating a more balanced life.

She left the NHS in 2012 after more than 25yrs working locally, regionally and nationally – Sue works hard and passionately to use her skill, knowledge and experience to make a positive difference to everyone she works with using an empowering, collaborative and facilitative approach.

As a coach, facilitator and most recently a mentor with Association of British Mentors, Sue uses a range of behaviour change tools, technology and an asset based approach to her coaching.

Sue brings her interest and passion for nature and photography to her coaching and facilitation including walk and talk sessions, Netwalking events for professional women and Photography Walks for Wellbeing sessions.

She’s recently been appointed as co-chair of Women in Leadership Special Interest Group on behalf of Institute of Health and Social Care Management (IHSCM).

Sue’s background in NHS service management, transformational change, leadership and Public health means she has extensive experience of engaging staff and communities to achieve improvement and transformational change.

For a number of years Sue worked at a regional level maximising the opportunities for regeneration investment to reduce health inequalities and improve lives of disadvantaged communities.

When she’s not working Sue enjoys time at her caravan near Abersoch and is working her way up to regular cold water swimming!

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