Influence Begins with “I”
People watch us. With or without our awareness, we are a role model to many. One thing you can be sure of is that “you are discussed” in many situations and in many households! “That can’t be! I’m not that important!” you say. Stop and think about how you discuss other people. It’s a human element with all people. So, this presentation focuses on learning to use your influence wisely. It’s motivational and packs a powerful message.
Think Like a Leader!
The way we see an issue makes all the difference in how we perform! People can be messy and unruly. No guarantees come with relationships. However, there are some very effective behaviors that lead to wonderful results – in our professional and our personal lives. This message focuses on three important aspects of YOUR leadership: Position, Responsibilities, and Team. Whether you’re an executive, a manager, or an associate…you MUST THINK LIKE A LEADER to create an atmosphere of cooperation and ultimate positive outcomes.
A Keen Eye for Trust
The dramatic increase in demand for competent leaders makes all organizations more vulnerable to high turnover. Leaders can not sustain their positions unless they build trust above them, beneath them, and beside them. This programs looks at the two ingredients that comprise a trustworthy character. Without a “keen eye for trust”, most people do not realize that trust speeds up our business processes, and low-trust slows them down. Trust becomes a very key business variable. Speed-to-market is critical. This message wakes up any audience regarding the significance of building high-trust organizations.
Sue Miller is a professional speaker, business owner, courseware author and consultant. She began Miller Training & Consulting in 1995 delivering customized training to improve employee performance and morale. Sue believes that people are most productive when they feel utilized and are valued for their unique contributions.
"She speaks from the heart" is what is most often said about Sue. Her passion and sincerity come through as she presents from the platform. She boldly and beautifully engages topics such as values, integrity, personal focus, finding meaning, and happiness. Sue says, "I get high on the visibility of outcomes, more than spotlights. She loves her audiences, and they love her! Her topics engage audiences both in and out of the workplace. Sue says, "It's my chance to help people build character…and all of us ought to always be working on our character!"
Training Company Owner
Companies seeking a high performance workforce will assuredly find positive results as they work with Sue. In her workshops, she seeks to develop high levels of participant interaction in the classroom. Her experience as a director of television broadcast finds her at ease in front of the live camera, often delivering to distance learning audiences around the country.
The design and development of all the materials produced by Miller Training & Consulting have been written by Sue. She says, "My courses reflect "who I am", as well as delivering key content around significant workplace competencies. I love to write and pull the participant "out of his chair" with our workbooks."
She consults with sincerity and tenacity - always seeking to feel the pinch of the client's problem. Only when she has completely understood the issue…and only then!....does she begin consultation. She works with executives in companies around the country. In addition, she has consulted with Boards of Directors and non-profit organizational leaders. She's honest, straightforward, and quick to assess what she sees is at the heart-of-the-matter.
Sue holds a B.S. and M.Ed. She completed the Instructional Design Program at the University of Michigan's School of Business Administration in 1995 and is certified to deliver numerous vendor-partner performance training programs. She graduated from a two-year program from Coach University in 2000. Human Resources Manager in Fortune 500 corporation.
Sue is comfortable with large corporate clients, as well as with small-to-mid-size organizations. Her experience in the educational and business communities over the last 20 years puts her at ease in most settings: