Sue Fredericks
One Purpose Performance, Inc.


History & philosophy - personal, custom business solutions with undivided attention

Since 2000, One Purpose Performance, Inc., a performance management consulting firm, has been helping companies and organizations nationally to achieve their goals. Our versatile, full-service practice focuses on developing leadership and maximizing organizational performance. We are committed to promoting organizational cultures where every individual is focused on performance and results.

We support you in achieving your goals by designing programs and techniques that develop skills, attitudes and capabilities for individual and organizational success.

One Purpose Performance President Sue Fredericks - developing work forces
for more than 25 years

Sue Fredericks has been developing workforce potential in the corporate sector for more than 25 years. She spent 15 years with Olsten Corporation, a global leader in the healthcare and staffing services industries. As Vice President of Performance Management, she created and executed a strategy that significantly increased development, productivity and retention of the company's 300-person sales force. Sue's previous corporate experience includes leadership roles in successful organizations such as Campbell Soup Company, Keebler Foods Company, Friedrich Air Conditioning Company and National Medical Care.

Award-winning leader, educator, problem solver

Ms. Fredericks has held board of director leadership positions in various organizations, including Long Island Center for Business and Professional Women, Long Island Power Network, Long Island Women's Agenda, From Our Hearts and the Girl Scouts of Nassau County. She has an international reputation as a motivational speaker and guest lecturer and writes regularly on business issues such as executive leadership, change management, continuous improvement and work/life balance.

Ms. Fredericks holds an MBA from Manhattan College and a BA in education from Lehman College. She has participated in extensive executive development experiences including Outward Bound, Harvard University Executive Education, Center for Creative Leadership and Kellogg University Business Analysis.

She is the recipient of the Achievers' Award in Business from the Long Island Center for Business and Professional Women, the National MS Society Leadership Award, the Training Directors Forum Award for Creativity and the Girl Scout Recognition Award for Service. Ms. Fredericks has a proven reputation as a forward-thinking leader, educator, problem solver, motivator and results-driven professional in the communities that she serves.