Susan Croft

Susan Croft is an international public speaker, corporate trainer and PR practitioner. She is a partner of ASC Training & Consulting where she is responsible for sales, communications, marketing and management training, as well as public relations consulting for a number of international organizations. Susan is also a co-founder and Executive Director of Skill-Pill Mobile Learning, a start-up company based in London and offering mobile learning and information solutions to business. She is responsible for product development and international marketing for the company.

She is a trained journalist and worked on a London newspaper in the early part of her career. She also specializes in media and public speaking training for executives, educators and other professionals. Previously, she was a senior consultant with the international PR firm, Hill & Knowlton, where she worked for 14 years. Prior to this she ran her own Los Angeles-based PR firm that was acquired in 1986 by a leading international agency.

Susan has also played a full and active role in public life and has focused specifically on women’s issues in the workplace. She is a member of the steering group for the European Commission’s Women in Industrial Research – a special project looking into ways to encourage more women into industrial research across the European Union. She is also former chairman of the London Fair Play Consortium, a joint venture between the UK Government’s department for Employment and the Equal Opportunity Commission, whose remit is to identify and help remove the barriers to women playing a full role in the UK economy. She is also a former chairman of the CAM Foundation, the UK’s leading awards body for qualifications in marketing, advertising and public relations.

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Win New Business - the Desktop Guide

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A comprehensive guide to the techniques of developing new business, by a professional with extensive experience of both Europe and the USA.

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Managing Corporate Reputation

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It's not surprising that reputation has moved to the centre of strategic thinking. But how many companies know how to manage or measure it - let alone have a reputation strategy? Far too few. Now this expert, readable and practical report puts that right.

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