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Morton’s of Mayfair, London, would like to invite you to join member, Susan Treadgold, for the ‘live’ launch of the book she co-authored, Success University for Women in Business, following the successful Kindle launch on Amazon.com in November. This follows on from last year's publication of Success University for Women which was awarded ‘Bestseller’ status and No 1 Hot New Release in Women & Business on Amazon.com.
In this latest book, women from around the world, with professions as varied as politics, the military, business, law, accounting, human resources, insurance, environment, hospital and hotel management and the petroleum industry share the success strategies they learned to master the world of business.
What would you have liked to learn at University about thriving in business? Experience is the best teacher but it can also be painful. It's better to benefit from others' journeys. The authors of this book share their wisdom and empowering personal stories to help support and inspire you on your journey to success.
Date: Wednesday 18th January 2017
Address: Morton’s Club, 28 Berkeley Square, London W1J 6EN
Dress Code: Smart casual or business attire
£18 Ticket includes wine/mocktails, nibbles, a short talk and a signed copy of the book.
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Susan Treadgold, Treadgold Executive Development
Susan Treadgold is a best-selling author, holistic executive coach, award-winning speaker and transformational trainer with a strong track record of helping inspired individuals up to board level executives to perform at the top of their game. Her straightforward manner combines effectively with a broad business background to help leaders enhance their energy, effectiveness and productivity
With > 18 years of business experience, Susan established an independent coaching and training business in early 2009. She was previously the Head of Corporate Marketing for Citigroup’s Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa Equities businesses. Her coaching practice developed there, working together with both her own team and the boards and executive teams of listed companies to enhance their performance when communicating with investors.
Prior to that, Susan gained extensive corporate experience at a senior level in Institutional Equity Sales, Equity Research and CRM at investment banks DLJ, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley.
Now, in addition to 1 to 1 coaching, she runs VIP days as well as a series of ‘Masterclasses’ independently and within corporates, designed to help people thrive both personally and professionally. She is also passionate about helping people live big lives by increasing their ‘Energy Engagement’.
Clients and Sectors
Susan has worked in the UK and internationally with a wide range of corporates and SMEs. Her clients include organisations such as Deutsche Bank, Invesco Perpetual, Jefferies Hoare Govett, Execution/ Noble, Barclays, HSBC, St James Place Partnership, Actis, Original Travel, Greenbrook PR, Bakkovor and Fox and she is a preferred coaching partner for London Women’s Forum. Susan has created and facilitated webinars, workshops and keynotes for organisations such as Kings College London, Royal Bank Of Canada, BroadMinded, Women in Business, Women in Banking & Finance, American Business Women’s Group, and TeachFirst.
Specialty Coaching Scenarios: 1) Senior professionals that are good executers but poor managers/low EQ, 2) Mastering ‘Career Critical’ interactions and presentations, 3) New hires/promotions (‘First 90 Days coaching’) 4)‘Energy Engagement’ –to help high performers to Revive, Energise and Thrive 5) Women seeking to enhance their executive presence, confidence and leadership capabilities.
Level 7 Diploma (Masters) in Corp. and Executive Coaching, Institute of Leadership Management
B.A. (Hons) –German/Business dual degree Michigan State University/University of Freiburg
B.A. (Hons) –Chelsea College of Art
Certified MBTI, NLP and EBW (Emotions and Behaviours in the Workplace) practitioner
Jack Canfield Train the Trainer Program
Mother of two children