Suzanne PETERS

Suzanne PETERS

Senior Executive Coach & Supervisor


Born in Berlin to a Russian father and a Swedish mother, Suzanne Peters grew up in Germany and France, studied in England and the United States, and lived and worked in Africa. Diversity, adaptability and pragmatism are therefore intrinsically part of her approach.
Her trademarks are high standards, creativity, humor, impertinence and generosity.

Resolutely systemic in her vision of the company, she explores each component, collective and individual of the company as a living system in perpetual movement, in a complex and uncertain environment. Individually and collectively, Suzanne Peters generates momentum through relational intelligence, the maximization of people's potential, and the enjoyment and energy born out of cooperation.

Suzanne has been facilitating individual and group supervision of coaching professionals for many years.

A specialist in burnout, she trains coaches and HR to detect the signs of burnout and to adopt the right professional posture. She also leads seminars in companies on prevention and the levers of Sustainable Performance. She is the author of "Vaincre l'épuisement professionnel" (Robert Laffont) and co-author of "Le Guide Psycho" under the direction of Dr. Sylvie Angel, chapter "Stress ou burn out" (Larousse).

She contributes to the evolution of the coaching profession through her participation in research groups and the publication of articles. She has co-organised several ICF international conferences.

Suzanne speaks French and English.

  • Master Certified Coach ICF (International Coaching Federation)
  • Member of the EMCC (European Mentoring & Coaching Council)
  • Member of PSF (Federation of Professional Supervisors)
  • Certified IDSup Supervisor
  • Certified Coach " Coaching & Team Building " Transformance, Vincent Lenhardt
  • Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Transactional Analysis (certification 101 & 202)
  • Certified Structogram® / Belbin Trainer
  • Training seminars with Robert Dilts, John Grinder, Alain Cardon, Carlo Moïso, Françoise Kourilsky, Margaret Krigbaum, Peter Szabo.