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Step Up Now: 21 Powerful Principles for People Who Influence Others

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Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Susan Freeman, ACC. Susan shares leadership breakdowns aren’t always about the actions you take. Leaders at every level of business today face incredible stressors: pressure to increase profitability, the demands of a 24/7, competitive global marketplace, sophisticated new technologies to master, and employee burnout. These stressors require a step-by-step process that equips and empowers leaders for sustainable results and personal satisfaction.

If you are a leader who feels:

  • Constant stress and a sense of being overwhelmed
  • Exhaustion
  • Impatience
  • Increased frustration
  • Unable to sustain results

It’s time to stop struggling and Step Up Now!

Exceptional leaders are able to shift the way they view themselves and their business, remove blind spots, and take effective action that creates incredible results. In Step Up Now, you’ll learn essential leadership skills that are rarely taught or developed, yet are easily implemented and proven to work.

Susan Freeman, is an executive coach, speaker and author of Step Up Now: 21 Powerful Principles for People Who Influence Others. She helps motivated, high-achieving leaders and influencers who are at a crisis point. She helps them get to the root of what is holding them back. They break through barriers and access the Natural Leader within.

An accredited coach with the International Coach Federation, Susan’s background includes an M.B.A. from Columbia University; 25 years of business management, including strategic marketing, founding a non-profit, and retained executive search management. She has extensive training in numerous Eastern wisdom practices, including Amrit Yoga. Her unique approach blends practical, disciplined Western strategy with Eastern integrative practice.

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