Karen Susman

 


Karen Susman works with organizations and individuals who want to maximize perlormance. She equips people with tools to boost the quality of their personal and professional lives. The result: improved morale, job satisfaction and loyalty.


What Client Say

    "We all now realize that networking is a "Just Do It" activity! You got us to follow a networking plan that is sure to pay off in the longer-term. I'm having more success with hand written notes than / thought possible. My prospects and clients appreciate the personal touch." Jeff Balkin, Director, American Express Tax and Business Services

    "As a result of your program we have developed a management taskforce to focus on quality of life issues. Your enthusiasm and sense of humor immediately created an environment conducive to sharing ideas." Elizabeth Braune, Marriott Hotels

    "...place Karen at the top of your keynote speaker list...she should be featured only if you want attendees to learn how to have more fun at work." Jerry Ingram, VP, Kimley-Hom, Consulting Engineers

    "You did it again! You made me look good." Carol Green, VP, Dallas Convention Bureau

    "You're at the top of our list for future conferences. We rarely invite a speaker back two years in a row. When I heard comments like 'My sides hurt from laughing so hard, ''Greatmessage and lots of fun, "This will help us enjoy life a little longer, 'I knew I'd made a good decision.." Carol Sears, International Association of Business Communicators

Blue Chip Audiences

    American Express National League of Cities Janus Fund US Postal Service Marriott Hotels CH2 M Hill Consulting Engineers Burger King Inc. Magazine Meeting Planners International Medical Group Management Association Young Presidents' Organization American Public Works Association International Association of Business Communicators American Society of Association Executives National Restaurant Association International City/County Management Association Ketchum Public Relations Worldwide Direct Marketing Association American Public Works Association NBC Entertainment


Programs Groups Request Again and Again

    How's Your Laugh Life? Humor, Health and High Productivity

      This program will:

      • Shift attitudes, smooth conflict; boost creativity and vitality.
      • Strengthen and reward teams.
      • Produce a portable humor kit to overcome obstacles.
      • Reveal 17 ways to easily and appropriately lighten up work and home.

    Balance In Life: How To Wear Many Hats and Keep Your Head On Straight

      This program will:

      • Pinpoint personal priorities and values.
      • Uncover nine ways to match actions to priorities.
      • Demonstrate a six-step matrix that quickly realigns balance.
      • Provide 21 proven ways to manage the stress of our hectic times.

    Networking Skills: How To Build Relationships for Fun and Profit

      This program will:

      • Help you take charge and become the CEO of your career.
      • Nail down your rejection-proof introduction.
      • Answer what to say after you say "Hello."
      • Offer 23 ways to follow-up, keep in touch, and increase visibility inside and outside your organization so your network grows and grows.

Much More Than Motivation

    Karen started her own business in 1983 after managing 25 locations for an international franchise organization. As an adjunct professor at Regis University, she was the trainers' trainer. The State of Colorado hired Karen to deliver its message in prisons, colleges and highway departments. Karen's experience enables her to provide solid, research-based content, energy, interaction and practical solutions in an atmosphere of fun. Karen creates perfect conditions for motivation, commitment and change to occur.

 

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