Susan Ascher is the consummate professional. She was engaged to deliver Management Training at McCarter & English. The curriculum, unlike most in her field, was customized to what the Firm needed as their next training venue. Susan highlighted the areas we needed to improve and related to the audience quickly and effectively. Her depth of knowledge of people management is vast. She has always exuded confidence and professionalism in all her endeavors. Her creativity is truly her forte and was a tremendous benefit to our program.
– Michelle Romanenko, Director, Human Resources at McCarter & English, LLP
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Susan Ascher for over three years now. Susan has been an asset to both my personal and professional development. Her tools and techniques are truthful, inspiring and she has helped me stay on course. Her coaching is personal and she provides insight that helps me not only focus on financial success but guides me in honoring a unique.
– Managed Care Marketing at Forest Laboratories
I attended a seminar given by Susan Asher to help stimulate and motivate our group of Sales Professionals – and motivate she did. Her 7up’s to success were on target and really hit the mark. She is a wealth of information and directed our sales force on the importance and implementation of using many forms of social networking. I highly recommend Susan Ascher for your next motivational presentation.
– Susan Carson-Egan, Fashion Industry Professional, Worth
I have known Susan for many years and heard her speak this morning at a Morris County Chamber event for Women in Business. Susan’s presentation was fantastic and engaging with topics that are all relevant to business people of all types. I would strongly recommend any organization with customer facing people to consider Susan’s programs to increase professionalism within the organization and further refine their employees ability to stand out in a crowd.
– Stuart Vorcheimer, Senior Vice President, Middle Market Lending at Capital One Bank
Susan truly stands out from the crowd. I met Susan at a golf outing, and I could immediately tell from her cowboy hat and overall demeanor that she was unique and memorable. Susan presented to a group of executive women at our firm on differentiation, including her Seven Ups: Dress Up, Show Up, Stand Up, Speak Up, Listen Up, Lighten Up, and Follow Up. Our audience found her presentation engaging and insightful. I highly recommend Susan as a speaker to cover everything from the basics of professionalism to adjusting to technology-driven communication. I find Susan also insightful as a leadership coach.
I also enjoyed Susan’s book “Dude It’s Not All About You”. Easy to read and some real good advice that most people forget about in their everyday social life.
– Sharon Gordon, Partner, CohnReznick, LLP
I hired Susan to be my business strategy coach after I sold her home. She helped me with my business more than I can explain in words. She helped me become a better communicator, a better sales professional, and ultimately expand my business using creative strategies to differentiate myself. She practices what she preaches and her slogan SAY WHAT YOU MEAN, MEAN WHAT YOU SAY..
– Sales Representative at Keller Williams-NJ Metro Group
Susan is a wealth of knowledge as it relates to the service industry in the luxury segment. She is both motivational and educational as a speaker and knows how to engage her audience.
– Aaron Adams, Rooms Executive Rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch
Thank you Susan for presenting at the Wiss Women’s Leadership Forum Lunch n’ Learn. It was a very insightful and interactive presentation – you definitely left us thinking about how we do things and asking ourselves ‘are we staying relevant’! We also like what you said about considering “Treating others the way THEY want to be treated (not always the way YOU want to be treated). We are looking forward to hearing you speak again!
– Diana Miller, CPA, PSA Wiss and Co., CPAs
I met Susan when she presented briefly to a non-profit Board of Trustees of which I am a member. She was so impressive and inspiring–reminding each one of us that we have just a moment to make “the ask” and how to be ready to do it! Since then, we have remained in touch, resulting in an opportunity for her to present to a group of colleagues about non-profit board work.
– Lori Chapin Associate at Sedgwick, LLP