“The ALA helped me lead my organization through a very difficult transition. They were responsive, reliable, and very, very smart.” -- Rick P., Cambridge, MA
“Your seminar was amazing. I wish I had gotten clearer on these things ten years ago.” – Jennifer D., New York, NY
“Susan is one of the most inspiring speakers I’ve seen. I couldn’t stop writing notes!” – Erika C., Washington, D.C.
“The ALA gave me clarity and courage to step out of my comfort zone and raise my game.” – John M., Providence, RI
“Working with Susan and her colleagues, our Senior Leadership Team was able to get the real issues on the table, find common ground and agree on steps to improve our trust and teamwork. It was invaluable.” -- Dan Z., Stamford, CT
PRWeb, September 2016
Susan Tardanico, CEO of the Authentic Leadership Alliance and Executive in Residence at the Center for Creative Leadership, will speak and moderate a panel on “Courageous Leadership in the New Normal” at the annual WICT (Women in Cable Television) Leadership Conference on September 19 in New York City.
SiliconANGLE, May 4, 2016
he modern era of business represents a time of both uncertainty and opportunity for women. Many new jobs are opening up, along with a number of executive positions, but it takes more than just a resume to secure a place in the evolving future of technology. Those opportunities will go to the women who recognize the strength of their abilities.
To gain some understanding of the challenges women face in this new environment, John Furrier (@furrier), cohost of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, spoke to Stella Low and Susan Tardanico at the EMC World 2016 conference. Low is VP of global communications at EMC, and Tardanico is CEO of The Authentic Leadership Alliance and executive in residence at the Center for Creative Leadership.
PRWeb, April 2016
Tardanico to judge competition among top management consulting firms; leads the Change Management judging team for third successive year
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