• September 06, 2016
  • Podcast

Sue Ellen Watts is the CEO and founder of wattsnext, a leading firm in human resources and consultation company in Australia. With 17 years’ experience across a range of industries and businesses, Sue Ellen is known as the disrupter of the HR industry. With clients in Australia, the UK and the United Sates, she has recently opened her first interstate office in Sydney, and plans for international growth in the near future.

Watts has achieved a bounty of awards, with the likes of being a finalist for the Telstra Queensland Businesswoman’s Award and winner for the Commonwealth Bank Business Owner Award, the Marie-Clare Young Businesswoman’s Award and the Youth Australian Institute of Management Award.

With an eye on the future, Watts is sure to make a big impact on overseas approaches to modern HR management.


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