Recap: Susan McGalla’s Advice to Working Women Press Release

Susan McGalla is known well for her efforts that brought to life the P3 Executive Consulting, LLC. She is an expert adviser and consultant to many when it comes to matters pertaining marketing, branding, operational efficiencies among other issues. She has offered a contribution that will see many women making it in their careers and life as a whole. Despite the fact that women have faced challenges pursuing their goals successfully, Susan McGalla offers strategies that are aimed at making more women successful in whatever they feel can work well for them.

 

She noted that women should embrace higher education as this is a medium that can drive them towards an independent lifestyle. Although acquiring higher learning can prove expensive, Susan has cautioned women to focus on smart planning and opting for financial aid like scholarships which will see them pursue their goals undaunted. She further argues that since the modern economy is male dominated, more women should acquire university education. Considering that the market is completely skill-based, it becomes difficult for an uneducated woman to sail through as desired. Therefore, the need for higher education remains an important consideration that every woman should prioritize despite the cost involved.

 

Embracing confidence is also a vital element that should feature in women if they have to expect positive results on their pursuit. For instance, if having acquired higher learning a woman feels inadequate because the market is dominated by male counterparts, it becomes challenging to cruise through to higher heights. The environment that women are exposed to while working influences how they will respond and for this reason, managers are advised to adopt structures that induce more confidence in female workers. Finding support and building a network of influencers, therefore, is necessary for women to succeed in whatever career they are passionate about.

 

On another argument, Susan McGalla tells women to ignore the glass ceiling. By this she means that women should not carry any memories of what they are entitled to do as women, but rather to focus on work ethic and growth. Though many prejudices exist against women, it is imperative for every woman to shun such and to concentrate on building their careers. She encourages women to persevere the gender-designated roles which may make it hard for them to proceed with their goals. Most importantly, they should ignore stereotypes in the minds of others and the best thing is to allow their work to stand out.