Marsha Petrie Sue
Marsha Petrie Sue
Marsha Petrie Sue is the Muhammed Ali of personal development, leadership, communications and managing change. She can dance and look pretty and she uses the entire ring, but she knows how and when to land a knockout punch. Think of her presentations as charm school with live ammunition.
She challenges every morsel of your beliefs while entertaining and enlightening. She dares people to take personal responsibility for their choices, success, and life. Marsha is original, unique, and a one-of-a-kind professional speaker and author. Whether dealing with employee relationships, increasing productivity or pumping up sales, her guiding principles bring energy and fun to any meeting or event.
Her clients include small and large corporations, associations, healthcare institutions, and multi level marketing companies. As a former corporate executive of Fortune 100 companies, Marsha understands what it takes to improve productivity and profits. Her latest book Toxic People: decontaminating difficult people at work without using weapons or duct tape, is a #1 best seller on Barnes & Noble, CEO Read and Bookscan. She is also the author of several other resources including the award winning CEO of YOU: Leading YOURSELF to Success.
Content and Outcomes: Through keynotes and workshops, Marsha’s profound solutions guide groups to make significant changes with the ability to take risk, be more flexible, make better choices, and focus on important targets. Increased productivity and cooperation Maximized profitability Decreased expense and turnover With personal accountability as a key component, retention, loyalty, trust and ethics are refined.
Education: MBA, University of Phoenix BA, California State University, Long Beach Darden School of Business Myers Briggs Type Indicator Certificate.
Recognition: #1 Best Seller Barnes and Noble, CEO read, Bookscan Certified Speaking Professional, CSP. Less than 10% of the speakers hold this designation Featured in New York Times, Newsweek On-Line, Business Journal, Boston Globe, Women’s Media, AllBusiness.com, Cosmo, Cosmo and more. Women of Spirit Award – American Red Cross and Morton’s Steak House Chairman of the Board – AZ Magic of Music and Dance for Special Needs Children Telly Award Winner