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Inspiring and equipping individuals, teams and organisations to be the best they can be

What we offer

Our suite of services helps organisations to build positive, healthy and flourishing organisations.

Consulting services help clients to find transformational solutions and our live, virtual delivery provides accessible and cost effective learning opportunities.

Our psychometric assessments, accreditations and coaching packages assist in identifying and retaining talent.

We offer Train the Trainer options for in-house learning and development specialists. Our team of presenters are sought after for conference keynotes.

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Diploma of Positive Psychology
MSCEIT Accreditation
Positive HR Toolkit
LG Certified Trainer
Strengths Profile Accreditation
Virtual Learning
Work on Wellbeing
Learn with Sue

Organisations

Benefit from our off-the-shelf and custom solutions

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Coaches and Consultants

Make your business stand out from the crowd

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Individual Learners

Reach your Potential

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How we work

People and businesses will transform through learning with our engaging consultants and facilitators.

The science behind human flourishing, emotional intelligence and neuroscience comes to life.

Your people will build the foundational abilities to achieve and succeed at work and in life. The result is a positive culture and high levels of wellbeing, engagement and performance.

We aim to change the world – one neuron at a time.

Contact us to discuss your needs

Sue Langley

CEO and Founder

In 2002, Sue’s vision for the future of work was of a world where workplaces are positive, productive, creative and kind, and where all business leaders and influencers harness the brain’s potential for the benefit of all.

Her business, Langley Group Pty Ltd is the culmination of that vision, driven by years of hard work and commitment. Langley Group is now a global business, changing organisations and impacting lives on a daily basis.

Sue’s gift of synthesising science into the simple and the practical is inspirational and brings out the best in people.

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What’s happening…

Sue Langley – Making a Difference in the World

December 20th, 2021|

Positive emotions are valuable for helping refuel our brains. If we are looking to stay motivated, we know positive emotions help us achieve our goals. Taking a little break from your To-Do list and referring to your Ta-List is the simple act of shifting your focus to activities that have a positive effect.

Prioritise Positivity: Complement your To-Do list with a Ta-Da List!

December 6th, 2021|

Positive emotions are valuable for helping refuel our brains. If we are looking to stay motivated, we know positive emotions help us achieve our goals. Taking a little break from your To-Do list and referring to your Ta-List is the simple act of shifting your focus to activities that have a positive effect.

Psychological Capital – What Makes a Hero?

November 29th, 2021|

A hero is generally understood to be a person who is admired or idealised for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities—often scripted to 'save the day' in storytelling and to possess supernatural powers. When we look to Hollywood, we can see that in critical or life-changing situations, it is more likely that hopeful, productive, resilient, and optimistic characters will become the Hero, swooping in to claim victory.

Upcoming Courses

Mon 22

LG Certified Trainer – Enabling Strengths

Monday 22 August - 9:00 am - Thursday 25 August - 12:30 pm AEST
Mon 29

Strengths Profile Master Accreditation August 2022

Monday 29 August - 9:00 am - Thursday 1 September - 12:30 pm AEST
Mon 29

MSCEIT Accreditation – Virtual Classroom August 2022

Monday 29 August - 9:00 am - Monday 5 September - 12:30 pm AEST
Sep 12

Building Coaching Skills with Dr Robert Biswas-Diener

Monday 12 September - 9:00 am - Tuesday 27 September - 12:30 pm AEST
Sep 12

Strengths Profile Accreditation – Virtual Classroom September 2022

Monday 12 September - 9:00 am - Tuesday 20 September - 12:30 pm AEST
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