News around Sue Barrett
I n December 2017 Sue and her team launched the Selling Better Movement which is about consciously reclaiming and practicing the true essence of selling. In mid 2018, the History of Sales Methodologies Whitepaper was updated and republished. In December 2018 Sue was appointed as a Board Member for the Future Business Council. In 2019, Sue published her first paperback book, '142 Days of Gratitude that changed my life forever', a treatise on the positive power of gratitude that delivers a masterclass in resilience.
Sue continues to advocate for Human Centred Ethical Sales Practice, the Moral Case for Gratitude, Purposeful Optimism, Equality and Diversity, Women in Business, Montessori Education, Systems Thinking, and Ethical and Sustainable Business and Societal Practices for a sustainable and mutually prosperous world. Sue continues to work ‘pro bono’ with some of Australia’s best Olympic and Paralympic athletes supporting them in personal brand and image improvement at the Victorian Institute of Sport.
I n 1995, Sue Barrett took the road less travelled when she founded Barrett, a business consulting and education firm specialising in Selling Better rather than selling more, and that has made all the difference. Sue lives by the philosophy that everybody lives by selling something. Her vision is for everybody to practise ethical, human-centred selling for a fair, sustainable and mutually prosperous world.
Sue is the architect of the world class Selling Better Operating System & Philosophy and is committed to helping people and businesses sell better. She is one of the most authoritative thought leaders reporting on and working in the selling profession in Australia and the world today.
In 2019, Sue published her first paperback book, '142 Days of Gratitude that changed my life forever', a treatise on the positive power of gratitude that delivers a masterclass in resilience.
Sue is board member of the Future Business Council and an advocate for the Moral Case for Gratitude, Equality, and Ethical and Sustainable Business and Societal Practices.
Sue lives in Melbourne with her partner Jobst and sons Alex and Josh.