Susan Blouch is an engaging presenter and interactive, kinetic workshop leader with a repertoire as broad as the sense of humor she brings to work that averages 95% "Excellent" ratings. A Senior Organization Change Consultant with significant and varied experience in training, facilitation, and change-enabling communications, her current work incorporates Straight Talk, Sustainability, and Graphic Recording.
She has led virtual, cross-functional, and executive teams in Fortune 100 clients from professional services, retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, and finance organizations. She has also managed hundreds of workshops across multiple sectors in seven countries, and deployed national training programs in Consulting & Facilitation Skills, Leadership Development, and Coaching. Her most recent work has been leading teams through large, complex Enterprise Transformation (ERP/SAP) implementations, outsourcing, and business process redesign. Her client list includes JP Morgan Chase, the US Postal Service, the IRS, the US Army, Invensys, and the
Prior to setting up her own consultancy, Sue was an internal and external consultant at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) for seventeen years, where she receive four awards in a recent five-year period. Prior positions when based in Detroit, Michigan, include Manager of Training for The Taubman Company; Associate Consultant at CHANGE Human Resource Development; and Social Work Supervisor for Adult Well Being Services.
- Gestalt Institute Organization and.System Development program graduate
- University Associates’ Intern Program in experiential learning
- B.S Education, English and Spanish,
Miami University, Oxford Ohio
- Traveled through most of the
and 30 countries US
- Appreciative Inquiry Introduction by co-author, Dr. Ronald Fry
- Managing Transitions by author, William Bridges
- Lateral Thinking and Six Thinking Hats® by author, Edward Debono
- Investment in Excellence by author Lou Tice
- Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by author Stephen Covey
- Situational Leadership by author Paul Hershey
- The Beer Game systems thinking simulation