Mother, Cancer Survivor, Leader in Business - Susan Lee
Mrs. Susan Lee joins us today on the podcast to talk about her success in the business world. She also talks about how to succeed as an entrepreneur and the important characteristics that every business leader must possess! Throughout the episode you hear just how deep her faith is and how her relationship with GOD helped her survive through her toughest moments. #THINKGOLD
This month, we’re featuring mini episodes from the Female Criminals special series, “Black Widows.” Every day in June, Female Criminals is taking a closer look at the web of lies, deceit, and murder spun by some of history’s most deadly women: Today, we’re discussing Susan Lee Russo. This wife and mother of two manipulated two men into shooting her husband so she could collect a sizable payout... For more episodes like this one, subscribe to Female Criminals on Spotify. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is part of our “Black Widows” series, where we detail how these female criminals lured their prey, and why they chose to kill. Tune every day this month for a new episode! Regular Female Criminals episodes will continue to run every Wednesday. Today, we’re discussing Susan Lee Russo. This wife and mother of two manipulated two men into shooting her husband so she could collect a sizable payout... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
224: Sales Game Changers Learning Event: Sales Transformation and Success During COVID-19 featuring Susan Lee, Christopher Ware and Joe Alvarez
Sales Game Changers | Tips from Successful Sales Leaders
Read the transcript at on the Sales Game Changers Podcast website. This is a replay of the Sales Game Changers Panel Webinar hosted by Fred Diamond, Host of the Sales Game Changers Podcast, on April 15, 2020. It featured sales leaders Susan Lee (MOI), Christopher Ware (NAIOP) and Joe Alvarez (NOS). MAJOR TIP TO EMERGING SALES LEADERS: “Empathy starts from the top down. It starts from the president of the company and it goes all the way down. Communicating, connecting, letting people know that we understand, “We’re challenged just like you’re challenged in your business” is everything to the empathetic part of supporting your clients.”
41: How Susan Lee Lost 80 Pounds and Fell In Love With Yoga
Ball Yoga Podcast
In this episode I do our very first interview with the amazing Susan Lee! Susan candidly shares her weight journey and how she started yoga, even though it was new to her and she didn’t know what to expect. Susan shares what process she went through as she began her body, mind, and soul transformation and that weight loss isn’t just about hitting a number on the scale. This is one of my all time favorite people and discussions.
The Talent Makers Studio – Episode 1: Susan Lee, SeatGeek
Hiring for what’s next
For Chief People Officer Susan Lee, humility is one of the things she loves the most about working at SeatGeek, a company that helps the world enjoy live events. During this episode, Susan shares what she values in a strong recruiting team, and how that brings company culture to life in every part of the business, all within an environment of humility. In each episode of Hiring for What's next – The Talent Makers Studio, we’re speaking with leaders from every part of the business to discover how they prioritize great hiring - and the impact it has on their organizations. We’re living in a new age in which the product isn’t nearly as important as the people who make it. Talent has the single-biggest impact on a company’s bottom line and long-term success, which makes the ability to uncover and hire the right talent, at the right time, for the right roles the most valuable business function. Great hiring is not just the result of great recruiters working their magic. It’s a company-wide commitment that's vital to building amazing workplaces. And it all starts with our leaders. At Greenhouse, we know that great leaders are Talent Makers. They understand what it takes to elevate hiring to a strategic capability that pushes the business forward. Smart recruiting is not easy. That’s why we’ve asked some brilliant folks to share the challenges they’ve overcome and the lessons they’ve learned on the road to aligning their people strategy to their business strategy.
Minute 45 - "Everybody needs a hobby" with The Shining (1980) feat. Susan Lee [Women on the Dark Side]
Dunston Checks Min
Andrew, Emily, and Susan replace Ack for Ohn. Susan Lee (@lifeonitsside is the creator and founder of Women on the Dark Side. Music: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyon (Available from FreeMusicArchive.com) Check out a special video made to accompany this episode on our YouTube channel. Patreon: Dunston Checks Min Twitter: @MajesticHotelNY Instagram: DunstonChecksMin
49: Raising Red Flags for Dyslexia - Susan Lee, MA, CCC-SLP
First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast
In this episode Michelle is joined by the multitalented Susan Lee, MA CCC-SLP, of Anderson, IN. If you’re in the world of early intervention or pediatric home health, then you probably don’t treat patients who have dyslexia on a regular basis…however I bet you have had had patients that you were concerned about! Well, Susan Lee, who was also trained in Orton-Gillingham techniques, is here to decode warning signs for dyslexia in our youngsters! She will share early warning signs, explain at what age a child can participate in a formal evaluation, as well as offer functional advice on what advice to share with a patient’s family when you do see early warning signs.
Creating Authentic Broadway Experiences (Interview with Susan Lee of Camp Broadway)
From Atlanta to Broadway
In this episode, we sit down with Susan Lee, founder of Camp Broadway based in New York. Susan shares her own distinct career path within the Broadway realm and gives us insight into the Camp Broadway mission and core philosophy. During the interview we explore topics including how Camp Broadway crafts authentic Broadway experiences for kids, finding a balance of training and performance opportunities, and how to identify a quality program. In a bonus segment, we also check in with local high school student and Broadway hopeful Sammy Azua about her experience at Camp Broadway's Atlanta summer camp last summer. Check out Camp Broadway's programs including their Atlanta-based camp happening June 3-7 at the Rialto Theatre: https://campbroadway.com/ Join the Troupe! Sign up for our mailing list to hear about local training opportunities, must-see shows, and so that you never miss an episode: http://www.atlantatobroadway.com/ Connect with us on social media * Facebook (where we share LOTS of resources about training programs, camps, shows, etc.): https://www.facebook.com/atlanta2broadway * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atlanta2broadway ( @atlanta2broadway )