How Women Can Excel in Business; An Example by Susan McGalla

There is a flood of information for women who want to become successful in their careers. But most women find the information that is available to them as being too generic and pandering. Susan P. McGalla is the founder and president of the P3 Consulting, LLC. She is an expert in talent management, branding, marketing, operational management and much more. As a professional, she has been giving views on how to get a lady in business gets too many audiences.

According to her, she has analyzed most of her clients and came up with what most of these ladies wanted. All that successful women want to advance in their career is a practical and authentic information that can be easily implemented. These are signs of evolution which are very encouraging.

Susan is the last born among her other two siblings. Her father was a football coach who didn’t show any favor to her just because she was the only girl in the family. She sees this is an advantage and opportunity that taught her always to present her views irrespective of the audience. In her family, she says that her gender or any other sex was neither considered as a hindrance nor was it seen as helpful.

Susan says that the lessons that she learned during her formative years have helped her shape her life. After her education, she joined the American Eagle Company. At this time there was no lady at the executive or senior management position. But, thanks to her efforts and success rate, she was able to climb the ladder to a management position. She sees her ascension to a role of responsibility as a stride in the environment that is mostly male dominated. It represented a possibility of change that women too can be trusted with leadership positions and deliver results. She rose to become a president in one of the company Outfitters.

Since the experience at American Eagle Company, Susan has taken charge of her career. She now deals with clients who come to her firm seeking financial assistance, especially in the retail industry. Through determination, she has been able to create autonomy in her work. She argues that one of her success points is doing what she enjoys. Her advice to the ladies is to focus on their goals and dreams rather than focusing on their feminine gender. She hopes that more girls will be willing to take the same attitude and approach for the sake of their careers.