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Business Help: Communication Protocols With Susan Ascher

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Susan P. Ascher is President and CEO of The Ascher Group, an award winning national consulting firm, and Founder of The Sphere of Excellence in CommunicationsTM.  Susan’s programs have helped countless corporations and individuals raise the bar in communications, teamwork, and customer service. Her programs range in scope from effective writing and speaking to protocol awareness.

Her book Dude, Seriously, It’s NOT All About You!, is a humorous rant on how communications and protocol have forever changed how we connect and interact with coworkers, friends and family in The New Millenium.  From netiquette to filters, to the simple please, thank you, and I’m sorry, the author addresses how we can differentiate ourselves and DARE to stand out from the ordinary in the 24/7 nanosecond world in which we live.  This book is a by product of the timely need for better communication in the workplace and in life.

A sought after national media resource, Susan has been interviewed on Bloomberg, ABC, NBC, CNBC, News 12 and My9TV  and is a frequent commentator on TV 8 in Vail, Colorado. Susan presents workshops at universities throughout the country such as Colorado Mountain College in Edwards CO, William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ  and Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ. She has been published in Forbes Magazine, Crain’s New York Business, The Star-Ledger, NJBIZ and New Jersey & Company.  The Ascher Group is an INC 500 company. Susan’s most recent award was being honored as one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs in the State of New Jersey. 

Susan is a contributing author to the upcoming book:  Jersey Women Mean Business(TM)! Big Bold Business Advice from New Jersey Women Business Owners: Practical Pointers, Solutions, and Strategies for Business Success.

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