Are you the CEO of YOU?
Do you have the right strategies in place in your business/career to make things happen? Or do you tend to just let things happen?
With an impressive 36-year career, Susan shares some of the success strategies she followed that enabled her to become the first female professional employee and then the first female partner for Anderson Consulting – now known as Accenture.
Time to make it happen! Enjoy!
Our Guest Expert:
Susan Butler, CEO of the SBB Institute for the Development of Women Leaders, began her 36-year career with Anderson Consulting – now Accenture – where she was the first female professional employee and eventually the first female partner. Susan retired as the Management Partner of the Office of the CEO.
Contact Susan Butler:
- Web: www.sbbinstitute.org
- Twitter: www.Twitter.com/SusanBButler
- How to build a strategy for your career AND how to achieve your goals
- The critical success factors for making your career and life happen FOR you rather than letting things happen TO you
- How you can use the Make-It-Happen Model to make it happen!
- And much more!
What were some of your ‘aha’ moments? Which of the steps that Susan shared will you be implementing in your business and career so that you can MAKE things happen? Let me know in the comment box below. It’s always so nice to hear from you!!
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I’ve seen Susan’s work first hand and she really does have a very very positive person at work. I just knew that she can do it that’s why I take his advice and make it work for me too. Thanks for sharing the podcast to us, I hope it is also downloadable so I can let my friends hear it too.
Thanks Ryan, yes, Susan shared some wonderful tips that our listeners enjoyed and found extremely helpful!
Hi Annemarie – I just wanted to quickly have my say and to offer you some feedback on the site – this page in particular. I’ve found that more and more the Internet is becoming littered with useless content as every man and his dog are capable of constructing even a basic site of their own. This is why sites like yours and posts like this stand out so much – a quality recording with a legitimate industry profession shared, entirely for free, simply in the name of spreading useful information. It is a brilliant clip to listen to on an equally as informative site. You should be proud of what you’ve built here and I’m certain to become a regular visitor.
Hi Jack, thanks for your feedback. I’m glad you enjoyed the podcast. She shared some great information for sure!! And, glad to hear you will be a regular visitor!
Whilst there are some truly magnificent female role models out there in the world for women to look up to, there can never be too many thrown into the spotlight. I think this site is a shining example, Annemarie of what a talented, passionate and driven woman can achieve.
Some great strategies in there, and the critical success factors are very clearly outlined.
Susan clearly has a wealth of experience and that shows in the quality of her broadcast. There is much to gain from taking on-board her insights.
We are so fortunate when successful women, who have been trailblazers like Susan Butler, decide to become mentors to women who are building their careers and looking for where they can best contribute their personal strenghths and talents to the world. Thank you, Susan, and thank you, Annemarie for adding to the conversation of personal empowerment for women.
Hi Meridith, yes, we are very fortunate indeed. You’re very welcome – it’s such an honor to be able to interview people such as Susan! Glad you enjoyed the interview!
Thank’s for sharing this podcast, I love the tips that Susan shares. You can never stop learning.
I have a difficult time setting goals myself, so hopefully I can use what I’ve taking from this podcast and put it to use.
I love listening to inspirational podcasts like this one from Susan Butler. I find that the information provided seems more powerful when it is in audio format rather than it being written in a blog post. I love to listen to these types of podcasts in my car as I drive to work every day. It is highly motivational. Thanks for taking the time to create this.
Thanks for sharing the podcast, Susan. Will definitely start following some of the practices in my life.