Unlike the old patriarchal times, today many women have as well flourished in various career fields that they have undertaken. Unfortunately, there are still a number of them who are oblivious of the path they could take to success and even beat off male competition. Amid negative energy to this gender including inequality, unequal pay or even at times complete lack of women in the boardroom, some authoritative women have attested that they can be such good leaders able to undertake any challenge. The government and other non-governmental organizations are making the road smooth for them by hosting campaigns to kick out the patriarchal deeds. It is not surprising, therefore, that women are taking a stance in the corporate world.
Prior to the gender revolution, business was considered a no-go zone for women but currently, they sit at the summit. These ladies exude innate skills that help to drive the companies that they are working in forward. One such character is Susan McGalla who, like many others, has played a unique role in helping others to reach the top of their careers.
Susan McGalla is the owner and founder of the P3 Executive, LLC, which is located in Pittsburgh. Besides that, she is also the Director of Strategic Planning and Growth for the renowned Pittsburgh Steelers. She has ventured in retail and clothing sectors in which she gained vast expertise. From that, she has drawn the attention of distinguished personalities to be advised in merchandising, talent management, branding and marketing. Earlier on, she had severed as the president of both Joseph Horne Company and its American Eagle Brand. Thereafter, she left the firm and became a private consultant until the Wet Seal industry asked her to become their CEO, a position she held until January 2011.
Clearly, Susan McGalla has only been able to go up the ladder due to her diligence, versatility, confidence and passion. She strongly believes that nothing comes on a silver platter but through effort and standing out. Additionally, the greatness within a person can only be unlocked by one’s self and exploited to yield the best results.
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