Besides the regular careers, many women have become successful. However, some are still not successful because of the decisions they make. Lack of equality and lack of females in the boardroom has become an old talk. Several roles have been grabbed by the government and other on- governmental bodies to stop the challenges. Despite the challenges facing women, there are some who have taken the initiative of playing roles in real leadership. They are prepared to face all the problems in leadership. Women are known for the right personality of undertaking some roles in the organization or the government.
For example, businesses have received powerful women who are in control. The enterprises were running well before the women took the role of being better leaders than men had. Women like Susan McGalla are becoming famous because of their success. Susan is a fortunate woman and is helping other women to grow. Women who are willing to see others succeed are always good in networking. Networking is an essential element in the world today.
Susan is among the very successful women in business on susanmcgalla.com. They are always growing and maintaining their posts in business or leadership. Susan believes that passion, confidence and working hard are the key factors of being successful in life. She insists that there is nothing that comes on a silver platter. It is the responsibility of everyone to understand the tricks and capability of making them unique. She believed in herself and with that spirit she has the potential of doing things in highways.
Susan started her P3 Executive consulting company in Pittsburgh. She is also the director of strategic planning and development for the Pittsburgh Steelers. She has a broad range of businesses in retail and clothing. The activities have attracted many people in the financial region who are in need of marketing and sales, merchandising of products, labeling, and talent management.
Susan worked at Joseph Horne Company for six years. She joined American Eagle fitters after gaining experience in Horne Company. Her hard work and ethical behaviors earned her a position as the president and the chief merchandising officer. She got promotion as the chairperson and the CMO for the company Flagship. Susan later left the company to establish a private consultancy in financial investment and retail industries. However, she was working as the chief executive officer of the wet seal in January 2011.