Getting Unstuck: Five Ways to Rejuvenate Mid-Year
This past teleclass was recorded and transcribed for your convenience. Listen to the recorded audio or read the written transcript:
Managing day-to-day commitments and hectic schedules often does not afford women in business time to step back and evaluate their direction. The slow summer months present business owners an opportunity to reassess their company's direction and their own style as an organizational leader.
During this class, best-selling author and internationally renowned business leader Suzy Welch will reveal to women executives how to use time to ask insightful questions and gain invaluable perspective on their company's direction and their performance as its leader.
Suzy Welch is a noted author, commentator and business journalist. Most recently, she is the co-author (with her husband Jack Welch) of WINNING, a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. She is the former editor of the Harvard Business Review and the author of numerous articles on leadership, change, creativity and organizational behavior as well as the contributor to several books on management.
Currently, Suzy is a popular speaker, contributor to O Magazine, and, with her husband, writes a weekly column for Business Week magazine and a worldwide weekly syndicated column appearing in over 30 countries answering questions about business, company, or career challenges. She also serves on several non-profit boards of directors.
Born in Portland, Oregon, Suzy attended Philips Exeter Academy and Harvard College. After graduation in 1981, she worked as a reporter at The Washington Post, Miami Herald, and Associated Press, before attending Harvard Business School, where she graduated in 1988 as a Baker Scholar. She spent several years after HBS as a management consultant, specializing in strategy and manufacturing, before joining the Harvard Business Review in 1995.