Susan can speak to your audience with relatable instances, peppered with Aha moments, leaving the techno, geek and acronym-speak behind. She also has taught industry seminars in a variety of topics giving so much helpful, tangible, applicable information she’s been asked to break it down to a 2-3 session series so they don’t miss a thing. She’s been invited back to these regular conferences because of the value to the membership.
I met Susan through the NRBA (National REO Brokers Association) a few years ago as a speaker and trainer for the Members and Master Brokers within the organization. She is proactive, result oriented, responsible and technically sound Member & Trainer and she is always ready to put all her energy and time to get the job done. She has an exceptional troubleshooting and analytical skill in Technology and Marketing… . She is a great asset to the NRBA and I am grateful to have been able to learn so much from her.
Weaving together her experience in various industries starting with overview, what’s been done, how it’s changed and how to do it from beginning to end. She’s able to assess the audience ahead of time to be sure to include very specific ideas, tips and case studies on the topic. With more than 25 years speaking before audiences, she is able to respond, adjust and engage with the audience spontaneously.
“Susan has the great combination of knowledge and experience along side with friendliness and compassion. I also love that Susan keeps up with current trends, education, and has a passion for her community. Very professional, and has a strong sense of determination.”
Topics for speaking and training seminars include:
Social Media for your Industry – No, you don’t have to do it all, but you need to participate.
Podcasting for B2B, B2C and creating unlikely alliances.
Reviews – Finding, responding and requesting them to introduce prospects to your business.
Review, Clean, Update and Delete – time to look at your old content.
Strategic Volunteering and Non-profit Alliances where everyone wins
The pitfalls of going full throttle and then running out of fuel.
Turning errors, undelivered emails and LinkedIn updates into conversations.