What they are saying…

  • I wanted to say thank you again for your media training - I put your tips to good use when I was on the radio. I did it while complementing...a community health advocate.

    Web Client

  • "A remarkable course that empowered me with specific media skills." "Very well arranged. Pleasant and convivial atmosphere." “Extremely useful. Should be obligatory for leading WHO staff.” “It was worth travelling every mile to attend this course.”


    TB Champions

  • I really saw the difference Suzanne made in one day, the directors not
 only became more polished in their presentations and thinking skills, but
 also enjoyed the day as well.

    Human Capital Director, PwC

  • Thank you for rehearsing my job interview with me beforehand. As a result, I felt confident when I entered the room and I was offered the job.

    International client, coached over Skype

  • I wanted to congratulate you on the effect of the training you did for J... I cannot fault his work. Thanks to you!

    Communication Director, Environmental NGO, Bonn

  • I so appreciated the effort you went to, to create a realistic job interview situation - even that you got up at 5am to conduct the mock interview over the phone. You thought of questions I'd never anticipated and they all came up in the real thing!

    Diplomat, promoted to ambassador grade

  • I learned how to structure a story in order to produce an effective press release.   It was most useful to learn how to find an attractive ‘top line’ which would interest journalists in our projects.  

    British Council staff, Jakarta

  • I liked the way you pulled out the relevant competencies from the job and helped me see I had all those skills  That was a real help to me preparing answers based on my experience. Thank you.    

    Refugee Camp Manager

  • An hour and a half with Suzanne was better than 20 hours in therapy. I found skills I didn’t realise I had and rediscovered my self confidence.

    Nurse seeking to return to work after raising her children, now moving into public health management.