About Sue

A highly sought after coach, mentor, trainer, author and speaker, Sue Anderson works with organisations and businesses to develop highly functional and productive workplaces, with confident, resilient and motivated employees.

As a Thought Leader in the areas of resilience building and workplace bullying, Sue utilises her cutting edge methodology to help individuals and teams move from a place of fear and dysfunction to a highly engaged, confident workforce. By integrating and refining areas including communication, motivation, beliefs and emotion, Sue’s programs empower employees, enabling ongoing positive human interaction in the workplace and beyond.

With qualifications in psychology, management, quality assurance, training and Neuro-Semantics, Sue’s unique approach is accessible, fun and builds capability rather than taking a punitive or Band-Aid approach to workplace bullying.

Sue has worked successfully in the area of bullying and resilience with children and adults since 2007. Her book ‘Unbullyable’ has been used in the management of bullying in schools across Australia and in 2013 won her the International Society of Neuro-Semantics Worldwide Innovation Award.  Sue has been an ambassador for ‘Brodie’s Law’ (Victorian Anti-Bulling Legislation) and passionately believes that developing and supporting Strong Minds at Work is critical to improving everyone’s wellbeing and quality of life.


Sue is available to speak at conferences and events. Popular topics include, ‘Figuring out People at Work’ and ‘Strong Minds at Work’.


Sue’s international award winning book ‘Unbullyable – Bullying solutions for parents and children’ was released in 2013. It describes a preventative approach to bullying.

Sue is currently working on her second book, ‘Strong Minds at Work’.


She mentors people in the workplace who are in any way affected by workplace bullying, including managers of ‘prickly pears’. Sue also provides mentoring packages for parents who are struggling to support their children to be Unbullyable.


Sue provides both team and individual coaching. Her expertise lies in helping people get along at work

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