About the EB Centre
Established in 2014 as Engendering Balance Ltd, the three Founders, Dr Sue Congram, Rosie Mayes and Mary Musselbrook, brought decades of experience, expertise and knowledge to the business. Successfully developing a unique perspective for strengthening leadership and dealing with 21st century leadership issues, they set about growing a resource of skilful practitioners (Practitioner Partners) to work with them in their client work, as the business grew.
Now in its 5th year and renamed as the EB Centre for Engendering Balance in Leadership, their ideas and concepts are spreading in synchrony with newly emerging leadership needs. Their ambitions now are to make the concepts and expertise of the the Centre, more widely available, developing products that will support personal leadership (Solo), relational leadership (Pairs) and team leadership - with resources for practitioners on the horizon for 2020.
Mary has a lively curiosity and an appetite for new possibilities. She brings a blend of in-company and external consulting experience to her coaching, facilitation and leadership development work. Her earlier career as a business psychologist and then as a senior leader within a global drinks company gave her insight across a wide range of sectors and geographies and has influenced her in taking a systemic approach with her clients.
Her focus is on enabling shifts in leadership behaviour and leadership culture towards a more progressive, balanced leadership approach, and she has co-authored "A Fresh Approach" with her partners in EB Ltd. She has worked within sectors as diverse as the financial sector; media; shipping industry; oil and gas services industry; professional services; food and drink; engineering firms; and telecommunications. Clients describe her as professional and engaging, combining constructive challenge with empathy.
Rosie is an explorer and translator of ideas, with a flair for developing them into actionable plans and value-adding outcomes. Her work is valued across many sectors and she builds strong relationships and deep understanding of her client's context. A former international athlete, she continues to coach national, Olympic and Paralympic level professionals. With an astute sense of what also creates the conditions for success outside the sporting context, she has been a highly regarded professional in leadership development, coaching and team facilitation for over 25 years, bringing a combination of theoretical rigour, pragmatism and a deep interest in people. She is co-author of "A Fresh Approach". Rosie has worked in Engineering, Construction, Professional Sports Organisations, SMEs, Banking and Finance, Pharmaceutical, Civil Service and Telecommunications. Clients describe her as grounded and reflective, on a constant quest to deepen leadership wisdom and knowledge.
Dr Sue Congram
A highly experienced process consultant, leadership learning facilitator and in-depth coach, Sue brings systemic, progressive and creative thinking to developing leadership, along with a deep understanding of organisational development, systemic and culture change. She has worked in this field for over 30 years. Sue speaks and teaches on leadership, presenting at conferences in the UK and abroad. She completed her PhD in Leadership in 2013, her research is the inspiration behind the core concepts of the EB Centre.
As a respected author, she has published books & papers on business psychology, management & leadership, organisational development, diversity, and coaching. Sue has worked with leaders at the most senior levels in Finance & Banking, Energy, IT, Logistics, Communications, Pharmaceuticals and Central Government - nationally and globally. Clients describe her as tenacious and inspirational, with an infectious zest for life.