Sue Langley

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Master Trainer of Neuroscience & Emotional Intelligence

Every day, in every way, Sue Langley lives and breathes her commitment to neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and positive psychology and wellness. Her in depth knowledge and understanding of these subjects comes from a long held fascination with how the brain works, why and how people make decisions and behave as they do, and the impact this has on individuals and organisations. The first person to earn a Master in Neuroscience of Leadership, she is an expert in the field and was positioned as such on the hit ABC TV series Redesign My Brain, which was broadcast on the Science Channel in the US as Hack My Brain. Sue is a sought after international speaker and appears regularly in the Australian media.

A dynamic and engaging speaker and master trainer, Sue Langley turns complex scientific concepts into practical tools that can be used to inspire individuals, organisations and teams to reach their potential. She teaches individuals and organisations in Australia and around the world, how to harness the brain’s potential, create positive workplaces and be more intelligent about emotions.

More about Sue Langley

Sue was the first person to earn a Master in Neuroscience of Leadership and is the creator of the world’s first government accredited Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. She holds a BA in Psychology and Management from Monash and has studied positive psychology at Harvard. Recognised for her knowledge and expertise in measuring and developing emotional intelligence, strengths and neuro-leadership capabilities, she certifies other consultants and psychologists in Australia and internationally.

Since founding the Langley Group of companies in 2002, Sue Langley has used her gift for synthesising science into simple, practical tools anyone can use to create positive workplaces and be more intelligent about emotions. She chairs conferences internationally and works with leading organisations, including Oracle, Schneider Electric and Wesfarmers to build positive workplace cultures, emotionally intelligent leaders and high performing teams.

Sue Langley is the author of Positive Relationships at Work and she has written two children’s books based on positive psychology. She is a Director of Growing Great Schools and the Langley Group Institute, and an affiliate of the Australian Psychological Association and the International Positive Psychology Association. She chairs conferences and presents her work and research internationally.

Sue’s keynotes and executive masterclasses synthesise neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology into critical insights to get the best from people. She tailors each presentation to her audience and brings learning to life with fun, experiential activities and tangible techniques people can apply every day in work and life. Whether speaking to ten people or 1000, each keynote engages people and challenges them to think differently and start taking positive steps to transform the way they work and live.

Sue Langley talks about:

  • Emotional intelligence at work: The science, practice and business impact of emotional intelligence
  • The neuroscience of leadership: How to lead with the brain in mind
  • The neuroscience of creativity: Creating a thriving culture that boosts innovation, collaboration and learning
  • The neuroscience of change: Minimising negative impact and maximising engagement during change
  • Positive psychology at work: The science, practice and business impact of optimal performance and wellbeing
  • Positive leadership: A positive framework for developing extraordinary leaders
  • Creating a positive workplace culture: Positive practices to increase wellbeing, engagement and performance
  • Nudge practices: Small things that count toward happiness and wellbeing
  • Everyone’s got talent: Strengths-based approaches to talent and performance
  • Creating brain-friendly habits: How to optimise your brain to increase your happiness levels
  • Positive psychology and Prada: Why money can buy happiness. And how you spend it matters.
  • Realising your strengths: How to harness your potential to become happy, engaged and fulfilled in work and life.

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Sue Langley

Master Trainer of Neuroscience & Emotional Intelligence

Quick Contact

Sue Langley

Master Trainer of Neuroscience & Emotional Intelligence

Every day, in every way, Sue Langley lives and breathes her commitment to neuroscience, emotional intelligence, and positive psychology and wellness. Her in depth knowledge and understanding of these subjects comes from a long held fascination with how the brain works, why and how people make decisions and behave as they do, and the impact this has on individuals and organisations. The first person to earn a Master in Neuroscience of Leadership, she is an expert in the field and was positioned as such on the hit ABC TV series Redesign My Brain, which was broadcast on the Science Channel in the US as Hack My Brain. Sue is a sought after international speaker and appears regularly in the Australian media.

A dynamic and engaging speaker and master trainer, Sue Langley turns complex scientific concepts into practical tools that can be used to inspire individuals, organisations and teams to reach their potential. She teaches individuals and organisations in Australia and around the world, how to harness the brain’s potential, create positive workplaces and be more intelligent about emotions.

More about Sue Langley

Sue was the first person to earn a Master in Neuroscience of Leadership and is the creator of the world’s first government accredited Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. She holds a BA in Psychology and Management from Monash and has studied positive psychology at Harvard. Recognised for her knowledge and expertise in measuring and developing emotional intelligence, strengths and neuro-leadership capabilities, she certifies other consultants and psychologists in Australia and internationally.

Since founding the Langley Group of companies in 2002, Sue Langley has used her gift for synthesising science into simple, practical tools anyone can use to create positive workplaces and be more intelligent about emotions. She chairs conferences internationally and works with leading organisations, including Oracle, Schneider Electric and Wesfarmers to build positive workplace cultures, emotionally intelligent leaders and high performing teams.

Sue Langley is the author of Positive Relationships at Work and she has written two children’s books based on positive psychology. She is a Director of Growing Great Schools and the Langley Group Institute, and an affiliate of the Australian Psychological Association and the International Positive Psychology Association. She chairs conferences and presents her work and research internationally.

Sue’s keynotes and executive masterclasses synthesise neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology into critical insights to get the best from people. She tailors each presentation to her audience and brings learning to life with fun, experiential activities and tangible techniques people can apply every day in work and life. Whether speaking to ten people or 1000, each keynote engages people and challenges them to think differently and start taking positive steps to transform the way they work and live.

Sue Langley talks about:

  • Emotional intelligence at work: The science, practice and business impact of emotional intelligence
  • The neuroscience of leadership: How to lead with the brain in mind
  • The neuroscience of creativity: Creating a thriving culture that boosts innovation, collaboration and learning
  • The neuroscience of change: Minimising negative impact and maximising engagement during change
  • Positive psychology at work: The science, practice and business impact of optimal performance and wellbeing
  • Positive leadership: A positive framework for developing extraordinary leaders
  • Creating a positive workplace culture: Positive practices to increase wellbeing, engagement and performance
  • Nudge practices: Small things that count toward happiness and wellbeing
  • Everyone’s got talent: Strengths-based approaches to talent and performance
  • Creating brain-friendly habits: How to optimise your brain to increase your happiness levels
  • Positive psychology and Prada: Why money can buy happiness. And how you spend it matters.
  • Realising your strengths: How to harness your potential to become happy, engaged and fulfilled in work and life.

Client testimonials

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