Sue Lindsay is one of New Zealand’s most successful business leaders and a pioneer among female Corporate Leaders. Her awards and accolades are many, including recognition as a Southlander of the Year, a New Zealand Young Executive of the Year and a World Young Business Achiever in Beijing, and that’s just some of the recognition received for this inspiring New Zealander’s dynamic approach to life, leadership and business.
Sue’s journey has taken her from the family farm in Southland to a stellar corporate career including her role as the GM of one of New Zealand’s largest agribusinesses. Sue’s ‘dare to be different’ thinking transformed the traditional rural service company into a dynamic, customer experience driven organisation that is still recognised as being world class today. She is directly credited with leading a team and masterminding growth strategies that, in just five years, increased revenues for the company by more than 200%.
And that really is just the beginning of her inspiring story… since retiring from the corporate world Sue has become a highly sought-after speaker, transformation coach and consultant working with individuals, groups and organizations throughout the world. She has been a member of the BNZ Partners Growth Programme faculty for six years and is the developer of the world-class BNZ Partners Women in Business, Women in Agribusiness, and Women in Leadership programmes.
As a leadership coach and strategist, Sue’s clients include many of the world’s largest companies and her collaborators and peers include internationally recognized business thought leaders such as Tom Peters, Dr Lance Secretan, Richard Barrett and the US based Gen Y Project. Her ideas have inspired many individuals and organisations to action, resulting in significant change and class-leading success. She inspires individuals, teams and organisations large and small, to realise their personal, leadership and business potential and to live into their greatness.
Sue’s ground breaking research project The Feminine Perspective is impacting the way business thinks about leading diversity across the gender gap and positioning their business and brand to capitalise on the largest and fastest growing yet most misunderstood and underserved economy in the world … The Female Economy.
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