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Humanize Your Workplace

78 EpisodesProduced by Alissa CarpenterWebsite

We spend so many hours at work and maybe even more time with our coworkers and bosses than with our family and friends. We’re bound to have disagreements, experience miscommunication, have toxic coworkers, be thrown into change, or feel left out or underappreciated. Alissa Carpenter, along with othe… read more

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Understanding Gendered Communication

On this week’s episode of Humanize Your Workplace, we are joined by Susan Freeman. 

Susan’s goal is to help women in business communicate effectively with the world -- and to help men communicate effectively with women in business! Susan’s passion for helping women succeed is long-standing. She co-founded “Women’s Business Connection” in Massachusetts and “Girl Power”. She  has also taught “Girls in Politics,” a program created to introduce girls to politics, policy, and the branches of government. Her enthusiasm for the  benefits of building meaningful relationships has made her a great connector. She helps professionals communicate  effectively in order to develop new business. She trains professionals to use client-centric insights to assess needs and identify solutions that meet strategic goals.

Susan has worked with some of the most prestigious law firms and financial services institutions in the world. Susan is the co-author of the book,
“THE ULTIMATE WOMEN ASSOCIATES’ LAW FIRM MARKETING CHECKLIST.” She has been published in California Lawyers Association and  “The Art & Science of Persuasion” for “Legal Business World.” Susan has been a podcast guest on many shows, including Scott Love’s  “Partner Podcast,” Good2bSocial’s “Legal Marketing 2.0,” “The Corporate Career Challenge” and theEllevate  Podcast.” Susan also published an article in Rainmaker VT,  “Good Questions Are More Powerful Than Any Answers.”

Susan was graduated with honors from Hawaii Pacific University with a Master of Arts degree in Communication and she was graduated from Louisiana State University with  a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Political Science and Journalism, with a minor in Marketing. She also studied Marketing at Northeastern University in Boston. 

We chat about:

  • How men and women communicate differently
  • How women can combat bias
  • Action steps for men and women to take together in the workplace to help one another advance




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