- How to revitalize your career
Susan Fowler Woodring on management brings passionate experience
to each and every program she conducts.
Her energy spreads contagiously throughout the group as she expresses her message through personal involvement, exuberance, and wisdom.
Working with customers such as Celestial Seasonings and United Bank, Susan carved her way into the advertising world, writing television scripts, commercials, and magazine articles.
A dynamic and highly motivating, Susan has worked with
hundreds of organizations in the areas of leadership, empowerment,
communication skills, team building, goal setting, and time management.
Clients such as NASA, Caterpillar, Marmaxx Group, and Bell South
highlight her client list. These organizations praise Susan for her
ability to add something extra through her “real world” experience,
humor, and sincere belief in her message.
She will focuse on empowerment and taking initiative when you’re not in charge.
“Susan is a dynamic and intelligent motivational speaker. She understands what makes people tick and helps them tap into their
personal power. She is a powerful, charismatic, and authentic facilitator. On a scale of 1 to 10, Susan is an 11.”
“Susan is invaluable as a partner, mentor, and guide. Her energy and zest for learning truly inspire every individual she comes in contact with in our company. In the midst of a major acquisition, Susan factored in all
our emotions and instability and provided empathetic support. She is a strong role model for accomplishing goals in times of change.”
“She reached my most difficult employees.
They came up to me at break time to say that she was speaking about what was going on on the inside, not just how to be a better employee, but a better person!”
“A simple ‘thank you’ does not seem to be enough to show our appreciation for the outstanding presentation you gave. You
beautifully tied the entire program with a gold ribbon—entwining bits and pieces from the previous presenters, putting in just the right amount of balance, and making it real.”
Books by Susan Fowler Woodring