Sue Blair - Self-Aware Student Contributing Author
Sue Blair is the director of Personality Dynamics Ltd in Auckland, New Zealand and author of The Personality Puzzles. She specialises in coaching and training using the Myers-Briggs® in businesses and schools.
Sue is also author of The Personality Puzzles. These card sort resources are now used by Myers-Briggs® practitioners worldwide who are typically in a wide variety of coaching, counselling and teaching professions. She has been specialising in training, facilitating and writing on psychological type for 17 years. She is a qualified MBTI® practitioner and adult educator.
Vision: Her premise is that students, educators and managers at all levels need to know themselves, know how they come across to others and know how to adapt contextually to improve outcomes. Team members need to understand each other to collaborate effectively as colleagues.
Bio: Sue Blair is the director of Personality Dynamics Ltd in Auckland, New Zealand and author of The Personality Puzzles. She specialises in coaching and training using the Myers-Briggs® in businesses and schools. www.sueblair.co.nz
Sue is an experienced presenter and keynote speaker having presented to conferences in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States. She has been training, facilitating and writing on psychological type for over sixteen years. She is an MBTI® practitioner and qualified adult educator.
Sue is the recipient of the 2015 Gordon Lawrence Award. This award recognizes an outstanding contribution to the field of education that promotes the constructive use of psychological type.
As a presenter she has run hundreds of workshops, spoken to thousands of parents, teens, teachers and employees and is constantly rewarded by their reaction to the insights that are gained through the application of Type knowledge in homes, in classrooms and in the workplace. She has a deep interest in exploring how information on psychological type can be delivered in simple yet effective ways which honour the integrity and complexity of the Myers-Briggs model whilst making it understandable and valuable to those who are hearing about it for the first time. Your personality is your permanent companion, so it’s a good idea to spend time getting to know more about it. The rewards of this effort are remarkable. Only then are you able to appreciate amazing diversity in the people with whom we live, work and share our lives.
She was born and raised in London, has raised her two children in New Zealand and is now settled in Auckland with frequent visits back to her ‘other home’ to visit family.