Proudly Engaging Teenagers and Young Adults
For any individual to confidentially live, thrive and in effect be an effective member of society, they need to recognise who they are and their place in society.
Engaged for Success works with Individuals, Education & Organisations; to Support & Enable Children and Young Adults to fully identify who they are and develop to be the best that they can be in the various environments & contexts they encounter in life.
- Colleges & University
- Young Adults
About Susan Popoola
Susan Popoola is a Human Resources Consultant, specialising in Talent Management but she’s also so much more. She is the published author of two books that explore the world in which we live – reflecting on the opportunities, challenges, evolution and diversity of today’s societies.
Susan gives talks and lectures; runs roundtable discussions, programmes and one to one sessions with students and young adults. In addition she judges for events such as Debating Matters and Young Enterprise, additionally presenting at Award ceremonies.
What We do at Engaged for Success
Engaged for Success works to engage teenagers and young adults in education, the workplace and wider society through a series of activities and programmes inclusive of talks, workshops, roundtables, profiling & development tools; and one to one coaching & mentoring support.
Schools & Academies
Supporting students in developing a fuller understanding of who they are and the environments they engage in.
Colleges & Universities
Supporting students in making the most of their education opportunities and helping them prepare for their next steps into the world of work.
Young Adults in The Workplace
Supporting Young Adults in fully participating and engaging in the workplace.
Young Adults in Society
Supporting Young Adults in their current position and progression in the workplace and wider society
“Susan Popoola is an excellent presenter and engages her audiences well. She is knowledgeable and engaged our students in a discussion around graduate opportunities in the workplace with an awareness of current tends both in the UK and globally.”
Lydia Selby, Centre for Citizenship Enterprise and Governance University of Northampton