Trainer, author and employability consultant.

  • "Emma Sue is a brilliant trainer. A masterclass in how to structure sessions, build confidence, engage a group, grow them forward. Very engaging."

  • "Emma Sue was an excellent trainer and the sessions were extremely useful. Thank you."

  • "Emma Sue as a person was very warm and encouraging."

  • "I will keep an image of you like the trunk of the tree you kept speaking about - you give that feeling of resilience, stability and inner peace."

  • "Your way of working was deeply inspiring to me. In the past, I have done a PG diploma in Drama & Movement and your work inspired memories of working in that way. I am loving the book."

  • "Thank you once again for everything. I feel very lucky to have known you."

“Love your work and you’ll never work another day”

Emma Sue Prince is a specialist in experiential learning and believes 100% 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. Emma Sue is author of 7 Skills for the Future, published by Pearson Business in 2019.

She delivers powerful workshops based on her book 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. She also trains trainers to facilitate using the same experiential methodology. Emma Sue’s successful approach lies in working totally in the moment with a group and with what emerges from that group. She uses drama, improvisation, team-based games and problem-solving which highlight default behaviour and heighten self-awareness.

Emma Sue is passionate about a group developing their own context for the 7 skills of adaptability, empathy, adaptability, critical thinking, integrity, being proactive, optimism and resilience. In this way real and powerful learning outcomes emerge from which strategies, progression and ideas can be defined.

Emma Sue is committed to supporting young people and her workshops are also run with secondary schools, youth offending teams and with young people who are not in education, training or employment.

Her expertise is sought after in emerging and developing countries as well as in the UK training trainers, designing materials and providing consultancy on employability skills. This work has taken her all over the world and has given her a leading reputation in the field.



“I deeply admire the passion and commitment with which Emma approaches the task of delivering effective soft skill training to her clients. Not only is Emma Sue Prince one of the most smart, thorough, professional, and detail-oriented people I have had the pleasure to work with; she has a winning attitude and warm personality that never flinches at tackling even the most daunting challenges. I heartily recommend Emma Sue for any project that needs to 1) get done, and 2) get done right.”

John Wilkerson, Director of International Funny Business; Denver


“Emma Sue is an amazingly creative woman – she brings a thoughtful approach to all areas of business – taking her time to understand the individual/company and work out solutions etc that are best for them – it’s that focus of attention to the business relationship and the ability to think outside the box i.e. be creative, that makes Emma Sue stand out above the rest.”

Maxine Lennon, Houston, Texas


“Emma-Sue is a complete find – she has a rare ability to offer intelligent and pertinent insights, with perfectly judged delivery; and somehow make the outcomes seem your own output. As a result, the experience of working with her is hugely productive, confidence building and inspiring. I couldn’t recommend her more highly.”

Kate Varah, Co-Founder & Trustee of The Michael Varah Memorial Fund; London


“Emma-sue has passion, commitment and dedication for her work. i had the privileged to be coached by her in a pilot project between Edexcel and Pioneer Foods. Her wisdom and insight has helped me to achieve my personal and career goals and i enjoyed working with her.”

Vusi Mshayisa, Food Technology Graduate; Cape Town


“Emma Sue Prince is an amazing lady. She is very well able to manage complex issues and manages to get the best out of those who are working with her to deliver. She is someone who can motivate people, even when they are personally in great doubt about their competence to tackle an issue and she has the fortitude to see things through to the end?”

Doug Henderson, Director at DHA Management Development; Carlisle


“I met Emma Sue whilst on the Cranfield Executive MBA course and worked in mixed learning team groups with her and as part of teams. I was impressed with Emma Sue’s passion and determination which she packages in a clear and empathetic communication style. Her work was always of a high quality and well thought through and above all she was a pleasure to work with. Emma Sue knows how to get the best out of herself and of others and I would have no hesitation in recommending her.”

Paul Blunden, Managing Director, Miram Consulting; London


“Emma was an inspiring lecturer and mentor. Operating her own business consultancy at the time meant that her business strategy lectures were infused with just the right amount of academic theory and real business practice. As a lecturer, she was well-prepared, engaging and approachable. I also had the privilege of working with Emma at her business consultancy practice and can vouch for her professionalism and dedication to her clients”

Naresh de Silva, Student; Canada


Emma Sue is an accomplished writer, published by Pearson and Macmillan, and has also contributed to a number of volumes.

The Advantage

The Advantage We live in times of unprecedented change and exciting opportunity. The tools and technologies we use at work, technology itself, economic cuts, increased workload and information overload, performance-based work and short-term contracts as well as juggling home life and relationships are making a huge impact. All of these kinds of changes make it easy to feel overwhelmed, stuck, distracted, under pressure and feeling a lack of control.

The Advantage was published in it’s second edition in 2019 as 7 Skills for the Future, available at all good book stores.

Practical Business Communication

This book provides an accessible guide to the fundamentals of effective business communication. Taking account of the thinking processes which inform the way we interact, it will help you process information more effectively and create stronger relationships and networks.

Get in touch


We encourage our members to get in touch and book a chat with Emma Sue, but there are other ways to contact us too. If you have questions around soft skills training or delivery, feel free to drop us an email or stop by our monthly surgery hour. You’ll find details on this, alongside Emma Sue’s calendar, posted on this page.