The SULEiS network
The Suleis network includes:
Sue Pritchard – Founder
Sue is a consultant, researcher, writer and founder of the SULEiS network. She has worked with organisations on leadership and ‘whole systems’ development for over 25 years, in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors and with communities.
As well as her consulting practice, Sue has held Non Executive Director posts, Chaired a Health Board and held Research Fellowships in leading business schools and universities. This rich experience enables her to integrate new theory into practical actions, giving her a very grounded appreciation of what works in developing sound policy and strategy – and delivering it to achieve real improvements on the ground for clients, customers and service users.
Tim specialises in educational leadership, with a particular interest in working with children and young people with special needs and their families. A skilled coach, facilitator and trainer, he leads our work on Llananant Farm, designing, developing and delivering a whole range of activities with a holistic approach to personal and team learning. Tim also manages the practical land-based skills development we offer for children and adults with specific needs on our organic farm.
Danny has an MA in Management Learning from Lancaster University and has spent most of his working life in or with public services. Danny’s skill set is most often used in facilitation, coaching, mediation and change consultancy. "The clients who value me most say I help them to voice the undiscussable, awaken their curiosity about the differences and then unblock the energy to act more effectively."
Mike Pedler : Margaret Attwood
Mike and Margaret lead ALSI Ltd – Action Learning for Service Improvement. ALSI is a consultancy assisting innovation through action learning. Margaret works mainly with public services and the third sector, assisting transformation and learning across organisational boundaries and within networks. Mike works with leadership, action learning, the learning organisation and network organising. He is Emeritus Professor at Henley Business School, University of Reading, and founded the international journal Action Learning: Research and Practice.
Catrin specialises in innovative stakeholder involvement, often on difficult, contested policy issues where there is little or no consensus. Her extensive experience has been gained in complex projects in South America, mainland Europe and the UK, and she is fluent in five languages, including Welsh.
Ben is a psychologist with over 20 years experience facilitating both personal and professional development. As a consultant and coach, he works with leadership and team development, organisational development, culture change, conflict management, strategy and decision-making.
Peter is interested in complexity science, human behaviour, and tools to assist collaboration and collective action. He works with Catalyze, helping organisations to make better strategic decisions through the use of software models and facilitated stakeholder workshops. He is on Twitter at @ComplexitySol, and blogs occasionally at complexitysol.blogspot.co.uk
Steve enables leaders and teams to deliver the focused vision that achieves positive engagement in change. Working with visual inquiry and using complexity thinking, he helps clients catalyse personal change, group transformation and radical organisational development. Steve is on Twitter at @photodialogue and find his blog at photo-dialogue.com