Susan Jordan, MBA, MSODL, ACC
Executive Leadership Coach
Susan Jordan specializes in leader development, employee engagement and adaptive communication. Her passion is helping new leaders gain the confidence and skills to succeed in their new role. Through a coaching partnership, she engages in meaningful conversations to uncover their core values, and find meaning at work. Her powerful intuition blended with her ability to shift perspective allows others to successfully craft and bring their ideas to light. Her coaching philosophy is evidence based coaching with compassion helping people change by unlocking the power of passion through meaningful conversations. Susan uses her vast business experience to use coaching to improve business outcomes.
Susan led multi-functional teams as the Director of Field Finance for a large entertainment management firm with over $100M revenue for 14 years. Working with 100 Directors of Finance in managed facilities, she transitioned new management, hired and trained new Directors, held education conferences, and mentored Regional Directors of Finance. She was agile and resilient in facing multiple challenges. She understands finance and business operations and the value of return on investment. For over 20 years she was an active member of the hospitality industry engaged with hotels, restaurants, country clubs, and convention centers to increase their profitability.
Susan’s coaching expertise lies in leadership, executive and team performance coaching as well as:
· Mid level leader coaching
· Assessments – DISC, Leadership 360, Emotional Intelligence
· Leader development programs
· Workshop facilitation
· Strategic business consulting
· ACC – ICF Credentialed Coach
· DISC Assessment Practitioner and Facilitator
· Take Flight DISC Facilitator
· MBA – Penn State University
· MSODL – Saint Joseph’s University
· Coach Leader Program – Saint Joseph’s University
I'm an award winning photographer. I love to travel and have been to 45 states and 16 countries. I'm the queen of metaphor who cracks jokes at inappropriate times.
My favorite exercise is "child's pose"