It is a well-known fact that even though women are coming forward in a big way to take over the corporate sector and there are millions of more women in the business world today than there were a few decades back, the business community is still dominated by men. However, it is a scenario that is being challenged and changed one step at a time by female leaders like Susan McGalla, who is the founder of P4 Executive Consulting LLC. It is one of the most successful marketing and branding consultancies in the United States and provides its services to many of the leading companies in the country.
Susan McGalla is also a well-known speaker on the issue of women empowerment and what role the women play and can play in the corporate world. She has spoken on the topic at many of the leading platforms, including the Carnegie Mellon University Conference. Recently, Susan McGalla gave a few tips on what the women should do to achieve success in their career. One of the first things that Susan McGalla said was that women should make education their top priority and not let anything else come in its way. She said that good education would guarantee their pass into the corporate world, which otherwise is almost impossible to get into for both men and women. However, top class education from the good university along with good grades would help kick start the career in the right direction.
Similarly, Susan McGalla said that it is important for the women to manage their finance very tightly from the very beginning to support their future education. As the higher education tends to be expensive, it is essential that women start planning for it from the very early age. Also, for the working women, Susan McGalla says that it is important for the women to perform consistently and deliver exceptional results as that are what would help get you noticed. Also, she asked the women to build a support system around them that would assist them to move forward through thick and thin in a consistent manner without being bogged down by the challenges.