Suzanne’s coached me when I was a little confused and frustrated as to why my career was not developing as I’d hoped....I’ve now had three separate job offers this year that I’m sure are linked to her invaluable support and guidance. She unlocks potential and helps you stay focused on the end game. The coaching was a great investment!' 
Kate Southwell, Senior Legal Counsel at Pala Investments
Suzanne was instrumental in coaching me through my MD promotion. She obliterated self doubt with logical and objective advice. I went into interviews with full confidence that it was only a case of showcasing myself and that I was absolutely deserving of the promotion. 
Victoria Hyde, Managing Director, Barclays International Business
The work I did with Suzanne took me from a long-standing professional role where I felt I was not reaching my full potential, to a senior leadership position. Our time together was transformational and I now routinely recommend her to other professional women looking to get ahead. 
Natasha Harrison, Managing Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner
With Suzanne’s invaluable insight, I have dramatically increased the impact that I make in the work-place, developed a new-found self-confidence and achieved my goal of promotion. 
​Joanne Munck, Associate Director, Astex Pharmaceuticals
I cannot praise Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, founder of InclusIQ, highly enough – extremely personable, knowledgeable and real. Straight talking but full of useful career advice. Read her book, attend a workshop or work with her. This is the best career move you will ever make. 
Sheryl Newman, Founder, Girl Geeks Scotland
My coaching sessions with Suzanne have helped me secure a promotion that had remained elusive, and I am now no longer invisible to my senior management. Suzanne has helped me approach situations with confidence, and I now feel more in control of my career. 
​Senior Scientist, Cambridge, UK
Suzanne has had a hugely positive influence on my career over the past decade. She’s helped me get to grips with 4 different roles, which set me up for future promotions and career success. I’d highly recommend her services. ​
Tanya Morton, Chief Operating Officer at Sparx
I called Suzanne because I felt hopeless in my role in an investment bank. Thanks to Suzanne’s guidance, I entered my new firm perceived as a top performer, and I am currently viewed as a top expert in my field by the industry. So much for underperformance – THANK YOU, Suzanne! 
Kay Hope, Director at Bank of America
Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, founder of InclusIQ, is popular and has a lot of credibility with women in our organisation and she provides effective and accessible expertise. We know if we want to be sure of a successful event Suzanne will deliver. ​
Sigrid Fisher, Head of Equality and Diversity, University of Cambridge
Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, founder of InclusIQ, was engaging, inspiring, abundantly pragmatic and was able to inject great humour into her presentation. Feedback has been tremendous, Suzanne touched hearts and provoked minds, exactly what we needed! 
Julie Watson, Chair Women’s Network, Unilever
Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris’s advice was easy to follow, but more importantly, her tips were all something that you could walk away and implement immediately. Cannot recommend her highly enough. Thanks, Suzanne! 
Lena Young, Director, Morgan Stanley
Dr. Suzanne Doyle-Morris, founder of InclusIQ, was a pleasure to do business with at all levels and is highly engaging and entertaining as a speaker. Her accumulated knowledge about women in the world of work is and should be highly valued.
Mary Hensher, Former CIO, Deloitte
Her message was very powerful and simple: “No one cares as much about your career as you do!” It was a terrific session and we are already looking forward to having Suzanne come back! 
Jane Moran CIO, Unilever
Their workshops use group gaming and discussion to engage participants in the complex issues around inclusion and diversity. The games combine an impressive and sophisticated understanding of the problems with a simple and effective delivery mechanism to prompt behavioural change. 
Jo Swinson, Former MP and Junior Equalities Minister, UK Parliament
I like the new online tool. The game highlighted a number of the challenges faced by firms and recruiting partners in relation to diversity and inclusion – not all of which can be addressed by a “quick fix”. It was a great catalyst for further discussion and sharing of practice with those attending the workshop. 
Deborah McCormack, Head of Recruitment & Graduate Development- Pinsent Masons
The unique format of a games workshop allowed us to identify different types of behaviour in an easily relatable way and without fear of being ‘wrong’. The event was seamless, informative but also entertaining. The room was buzzing confirming it was a great success. I’d recommend the games workshop to any organisation looking to tackle these themes in a more innovative and thought provoking manner. 
Hazel Moffat, Partner, DLA Piper
We have been impressed by the results of this collaboration. We now have two products that we use regularly, and receive good feedback from our clients. They enhanced our workshops and helped refresh our approach to some challenging topics. 
Geraldine Wooley MRICS, Equate Scotland
The mentoring game provided a springboard far beyond a normal discussion. The different pathways meant whichever way the group navigated, they found interesting learning points about what it takes to manage mentoring relationships. It was a fun way to frame the discussion! 
Mhorag Sharp MBA, Employer Relations Manager, University of Edinburgh Business School
The games based format did a super job of getting everyone to take part, and I was impressed with Suzanne’s ability to combine light-heartedness and humour with a serious topic. The feedback we received was outstanding and we’d have Suzanne or a games based workshop back in a heartbeat. 
Sharon Moore, BCSWomen - Deputy Chair
The games brought to life nuanced and complex issues being faced by employees and employers who are seeking to overcome cultural and social barriers to increasing diversity. I highly recommended InclusIQ as one of the leading UK players in this field helping companies overcome challenges in an innovative, exciting, and engaging way. 
Lindsay Law, Chair, RBS Women Network
The workshop was even better than I’d expected, a really innovative mix of technology and live discussion, The game was fantastic in immediately sparking interaction, and helped people see the negative consequences of even well-intended mistakes, as well as how to avoid those choices in the future. It got people sharing their own experiences and perceptions from the start. I’d definitely recommend it! 
Danny Helson, Programme Manager, Informatics Ventures
A very worthwhile and valuable workshop. Working in teams of three around a computer, ’employees’ are asked to investigate diversity issues in their workplace and how they impact on consumers….followed by detailed analysis of the game play. The workshop highlighted what goes on in the back of people’s minds when making decisions. 
Dr. Penny Cogill Cambridge Association of Women in Science and Engineering
The InclusIQ serious games based event was fantastic. It led to great dialogue around thought-provoking topics and was a great way to network whilst learning. 
Chantel Gaber, Head of Member Engagement- England and Wales, Law Society of Scotland
Dr. Doyle-Morris was an excellent guest speaker who gave us a fantastic online event: thought-provoking content and slides that actively engaged our community and led to high levels of participation. She led an expert panel discussion generating amazingly high levels of social media activity before, during and after the event and amongst the highest registration and attendee numbers we’ve ever had! 
Sathpal Singh, CITP, CMgr, FLPI ' Organizer at The Future of Work Scotland   
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