For over twenty years, Mullineaux Management has developed more inspiring leaders, more satisfied team members and more loyal clients. Our consulting services include strategic planning, leadership development and executive coaching. Clients represent state and national associations, non-profit organizations, colleges, financial institutions, small businesses and professionals. We’d welcome the opportunity to learn about your organization and your unique challenges.
Susan Stout Mullineaux, CPC
Susan is a graduate of Purdue University and numerous leadership development programs. She began a fifteen-year banking career in 1981 at Purdue National Bank in Lafayette, Indiana. She became Executive Vice President of Retail Banking for Bank One, Lexington in 1991 where her responsibility included banking centers, consumer lending, insurance, brokerage, private banking and marketing functions. Susan and her leadership team created a successful financial turnaround and cultural transformation by developing a high-performance sales and service culture.
Intrigued by her experiences in leading organizational change, Susan started Mullineaux Management in 1997. Since then, she has served on the faculty of the American Bankers Association’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking. the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado, the University of Washington’s Pacific Rim Banking School, and several state banking schools. Susan has created and delivered a variety of courses on topics including creative thinking, marketing, coaching, management, and leadership. She is a Certified Professional Coach and is a certified facilitator for the Center for Creative Leadership and The Leadership Challenge's diagnostic assessments. She also facilitates the Harvard-developed marketing simulation, “Managing Segments and Customers", and has served as a guest lecturer for the MBA program at the Gatton College of the University of Kentucky.
An avid equestrian, Susan also enjoys training her two Shelties, golfing, and supporting the arts in her community. She is also an advocate for healthy lifestyles, practices Pilates and yoga, and is a member of Markey Women Strong at the University of Kentucky’s Markey Cancer Center.
“The future isn’t going to get better. The future is going to get different.”
A more challenging future lies ahead. Let’s welcome it together.