Sue Belgrave

Sue Belgrave

Sue worked in health care, community development and television before joining The Body Shop International where she became the uniquely titled General Manager for Company Culture, an organization development role. In that role Sue was responsible for ensuring that the experience of those who worked for the company and therefore the culture, was aligne with The Body Shop’s high profile external image. Her department covered employee wellbeing, volunteering, celebrations and managing change. Having held internal responsibility for organisation development, Sue then went on to consult on OD and to set up “Hot Brushes “a business specializing in using the visual arts in organisations.

 

Sue then joined Roffey Park where she was the Director for the Organisational Development Practionner Programme for six years. Creating the environment in which voices can be heard has been central to Sue’s work; she is a qualified coach, mentor and facilitator, has run more than 100 large group interventions across all business sectors and specializes in participative ways of working. Sue has run her own consultancy business for the last six years, finding delight in, working in Asia where she is an advisor to the Civil Service College and in the UK supporting the introduction of Buurtzorg a Netherlands based health care model. Sue is an active supporter of Freedom from Torture and the creator of the Living Advent Calendar for them.