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PITTSBURGH, Jan. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a flood of advice on the market for females which advance inside their careers entering 2015, but some get the information around is way too pandering or generic. Susan P. McGalla, the founder of P3 Executive Consulting, LLC, has specialized consultant to clients on branding, marketing, talent management, operational efficiencies and more. She gets spoken about her views on the way to get ahead as being a woman running a business to a lot of audiences, including the Females and Girl's Foundation of Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Mellon University Speaker Series for CEOs, currently sherrrd like to share with you her story.
"Most women I consult with would like a geniune perspective containing program," says McGalla. "The buzzwords and party lines are becoming hollow to women who don't wish to be targeted as women, but because professionals."
"The evolution which has occurred is quite encouraging," McGalla adds.
Susan McGalla was raised within a household with two older brothers as well as a football coach father who failed to cut her any slack even though she was a girl. "I was described by parents who encouraged me to function hard and provide my ideas confidently no matter the audience," says McGalla. Her gender and-- maybe more importantly-- other's genders were considered neither helpful nor hindering.
"As a result, We've forever been equally at ease with women and men and excelled when controling both," McGalla explains. This confidence was instrumental to her success. McGalla received her BA from Mount Union College prior to starting her career at the Joseph Horne Company. In 1994 she found her foothold working for American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.
"When I joined American Eagle, it absolutely was a predominantly male company with no women on the board or in executive positions. With their credit, through effort and success, I excelled there with a career that was an event a person can have," McGalla says. "My ascension there was clearly in charge of a true culture change where people alike constructed that which was probably the most successful, aspirational corporate cultures within the timeframe of 2000 to 2010." McGalla held various management positions with American Eagle Outfitters, Inc., eventually rising for being obama and chief merchandising officer of yank Eagle Outfitters, Inc., to blame for the P&L, revenues of $3B, four brands with an e-commerce site.
Subsequently Susan McGalla has gotten the reins of her career, becoming a consultant for the top people finance when they need an insider's perspective for the whole world of retail. Having autonomy over her career is often a luxury afforded by many years of work, flexibility, and pursuing something she was excited about. McGalla says her gender never really included in her career goals.
"My angle for this during my career wasn't to 'break the glass ceiling,'" McGalla explains. "To make point, Irrrve never carried a chip on my own shoulder products I should qualify for as being a woman or what prejudices existed."
Susan McGalla hopes more women take this same approach and attitude because of their careers starting 2015.
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