Feb 6th, 2018
Dwight D. Eisenhower said that "humor is a part of the art of leadership, of getting along with people and getting things done.” This week, on the podcast, we get to delve into the leader’s brain with Sue Stevenson and how she coaches leaders using humor and humanity so they can build teams that are better prepared for the challenges of today’s competitive Environment. I got to meet “Scottish” Sue a few years ago and, immediately, was drawn to her wit and down to earth approach on making an impact. I think you’ll like the interview and come away with some strategies you can implement immediately. Enjoy!
More On Scottish Sue...
- Over 20 years in Global multinational companies in Global OD, Cultural Change, and HR - latterly at an executive level e.g. brought to USA from Switzerland as SVP, HR for Novartis Consumer Health, North America.
13 years ago founded her own Global Executive Coaching and Consulting practice, Lifted Fog LLC.
- Current Lifted Fog work includes facilitating Conversational Intelligence (C-iq) with a Medical Device company; Coaching Coaches; as a Consultant for a project developing an internal coaching culture at a High Tech company, and running Coach Mentoring programs for Coaches seeking International Coach Federation Coaching credentials.
- Current Partners include:
- Lead Facilitator, Executive Coach, Assessor and Mentor, The NeuroLeadership Institute - delivering Brain Based Coaching Certification programs, Corporate Coaching Assessments and Mentoring.
- Director, Human Insight, Learning and Growth, Potentia - which helps companies and people optimize their potential.
- Master Facilitator and Coach, Talentsmart - delivering Emotional Intelligence workshops and 360 EQ Assessment coaching.
- Judge for the Chief Learning Officer’s Learning Elite Awards.
- Starting Humor Academy in 2018.
Currently living on a boat in San Diego, Southern California, Sue is best known by all who meet her to be “an engaging conversationalist, fun-loving and spirited story teller with a wee bit of Scottish humor that make her a delight to know.”
Check out Sue on her website: http://www.liftedfog.com/