Emma Sue Prince
Member Since: 5th Apr 2012
Emma Sue Prince is author of “7 Skills for the Future” available now to pre-order from Amazon. Emma Sue Prince is a specialist in experiential learning and believes strongly that this methodology is key to developing life skills and soft skills as it is the only way to develop self-awareness, upon which all behavioural change is based. She delivers powerful workshops in this regard and does so with many different target groups including “closed” groups such as Muslim communities in Bangladesh and North Africa and diverse groups in the UK including lawyers, doctors and software engineers.
Emma Sue provides consultancy in emerging economies and travels regularly to India, Bangladesh and Tanzania advising on a range of large funded projects. She runs a free membership site – Unimenta – for practitioners working in soft skills. When not working Emma Sue runs a local gospel choir in her home town of Godalming, Surrey and is an avid baker.
6th Apr 2021
As we move towards whatever is coming next in this pandemic, perhaps it has never been more vital to be proactive – but how do you maintain...Talent
6th May 2020
By now many of us will have spent weeks in a lockdown situation (though I prefer to call it a ‘stay-at-home retreat’). We will have worked...Talent
16th Apr 2020
What is adaptability? It’s the ability to change (or be changed) to fit altered or unexpected circumstances. Every one of us has the basic...Talent
8th Apr 2020
Right now we are all experiencing rapid change and a high level of uncertainty. Some of the challenges we face are the biggest we will ever...Talent
17th Mar 2020
Working from home has often seemed an appealing concept for organisations and has been welcomed by employees to support flexible working...Culture
10th Mar 2020
Critical thinking has a long academic tradition and history, and indeed the fundamentals haven’t changed: gathering good evidence,...Talent