Dr Sue Congram

Sue has an international reputation for progressive and generative work enabling women to fully capitalise on the qualities and strengths they bring to the leadership mix. She completed her PhD in 2013, the results of her research inspired both the Leaderful Women Project and the founding of Engendering Balance Ltd. Sue has worked with leadership development for over 25 years in the UK and abroad. She has published a number of books, chapters and papers on various aspects of her work.

Clients describe her as creative, tenacious and inspirational, with an infectious zest for life.


Lucy Hatchell

Over the last 25 years as a leadership development specialist Lucy has worked in and with a range of global organisations, in the UK, Europe, USA, Africa and South America, as well as holding a number of leadership positions in the financial services industry, the energy industry and a consulting practice. 

Clients describe her as insightful, pragmatic, energetic, challenging, warm and fun.


Mary Musselbrook

Mary brings a valuable blend of in-company and external consulting experience to the Leaderful Women project, with experience in Banking and Finance, Drinks, Telecommunications, Engineering and Manufacturing, Shipping, NHS, BBC, Civil Service, the Care sector, Sports Development, Charities. A hallmark of her approach is her inquiring mind coupled with a capacity to take a systemic perspective. 

Clients describe her as professional and engaging, blending constructive challenge with empathy and thereby facilitating insightfulness. 


Rosie Mayes

A former international athlete, an experienced coach and a trained teacher, Rosie has been a highly regarded professional in leadership development, coaching and team facilitation for over 25 years. Having worked in a wide range of industries including Engineering, Professional Sports Organisations, National Sporting Organisations, Finance, Banking, Pharmaseuticals, Telecommunications, Construction, her working practice has been underpinned and enriched by her theoretical and research interests in teams, team dynamics, leadership development and adult learning approaches.

Those who work with her describe her as grounded and reflective - an explorer and translator of ideas, with a flair for developing these ideas into actionable plans and value-adding outcomes.