On PR Newswire, there was a great article where Susan McGalla dolled out advice to women in the workplace. Make no mistake about it, women deserve the same amount of respect as men in the work place. Sadly, that is not often the case and they get overlooked. However, with someone like Susan McGalla in their corner, nothing can get in their way and nothing is impossible for them. She empowers women with wonderful advice on bizjournals.com, wisdom, and knowledge that she has learned in her experiences.
Susan McGalla, of course, is the founder of P3 Executive Consulting, LLC, and she knows a lot about branding, marketing, and getting someone’s name out there. That is very important in today’s society. There are a lot of tools out for women to use and they have to be assertive and they have to be aggressive if they want to get ahead in the business world. They cannot be meek and they cannot be afraid. They have to go after what they want and get it. No one is going to give it to them or hand it to them. They have to work and they have to work very hard. Susan McGalla knows they are not afraid of hard work and putting the pedal to the metal.
One of the thing Susan McGalla stresses is education and how that can lead to better jobs in the workplace. When someone that has degree and that piece of paper, people tend to take them seriously and stand up and pay attention. No one can take that away from them. They have earned it, they deserve it, and they went out and got it. They didn’t allow anyone or anything to get in their way on their journey. That gets them in the room.
Once they are the room and they have that degree, a lot more doors open for them. They have to be prepared and ready for anything that might be thrown at them. However, their education has prepared them for whatever life or the business world is going to throw at them. They have already trained them on what to say, how to act, and how to land the job. Susan is big on education and knows the difference it can make on either landing the job or not even getting in the room. It all starts with the degree.