Episode 64: Susan Steinbrecher – Courage to Find Meaningful Alignment

Susan Steinbrecher, an internationally acclaimed executive coach, speaker, and author, is president and CEO of Steinbrecher & Associates, Inc. a management consulting firm that provides professional development services in the areas of executive coaching, group facilitation, and leadership training.

Susan works with senior executives and their organizations to develop and implement innovative and profit-building solutions to address the challenges of leadership, operations, human resources, and training. The company recently launched Meaningful Alignment — a program committed to healing the social divide, one conversation at a time. Meaningful Alignment provides the tools and training to handle high-stakes interactions when emotions run high, and viewpoints differ.

Susan’s expertise has positively impacted companies worldwide, including Aaron’s, ABC Companies, Bank of America, Bell Helicopter, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, BP, Capital One, Delta Airlines, Disney Worldwide Services, Hilton Worldwide, Marriott, and Starbucks Coffee Company, just to name a few.

Susan is the co-author of Heart-Centered Leadership: Lead Well Live Well, and Roadmap to Success. She is also the author of Amazon best-seller, KENSHO: A Modern Awakening, Instigating Change in an Era of Global Renewal.

Prior to founding Steinbrecher & Associates in 1992, Susan was a rising star with one of the country’s best-known hotel chains for fourteen years. She went from entry-level to the chain’s youngest General Manager in history to lead the strategic training and development initiatives.

You can learn more about Susan and her company Steinbrecher & Associates at their website: https://steinbrecher.com/.

You can purchase a copy of the book and learn more about Meaningful Alignment here: https://meaningfulalignment.com/.

Susan’s books are available from her website and also on Amazon.

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