Under Susan’s guidance, executives and leaders unlock the distinct abilities and skills that will lead them to outstanding results — and to brilliant success that perfectly suits them.
Approachable, funny and whip smart, Susan tailors her approach for each client, drawing on deep experience in evidence-based predictors of executive success, leadership development, conflict management, emotional intelligence, and stakeholder-centered coaching, as well as expertise in coaching millennial leaders. She serves as a kind of alchemist, taking people’s most difficult leadership problems and turning them into gold.
Prior to becoming a coach and consultant, Susan held leadership and senior leadership roles in Fortune 500 companies, among them JP Morgan Chase, Prudential Investments, AT&T, Merrill Lynch.
Susan is now the managing principal at Susan Gilell-Stuy, LLC. She is also an executive coach for The Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania EMBA and MBA programs and coaches pro bono for the Dress for Success GPN Worldwide Program, sponsored by ADP and Steps 2 Success program.
Her comprehensive training includes a graduate certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas Naveen Jindal School of Management and a B.A. in Psychology from St. John’s University.
She was awarded the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation. She is professionally certified to deliver top industry assessments, including the Emotional Quotient Inventory, MRG LEA and LEA 360 Suite, Hogan Assessments, Conflict Dynamics Profile, Decision Style Profile and Core Values Index. Susan is certified as a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coach.
Susan is a sought-after speaker on leadership, emotional intelligence, and conflict management. She moves and motivates her audiences with humor, storytelling and real-life experiences as a high-ranking call center executive and corporate coach.
She is an active member of several professional coaching leadership organizations, such as the Institute of Coaching – McLean Medical Center Harvard Medical School Affiliate; International Coach Federation; Association for Talent Development; and the American Psychological Association.
Susan lives in New Jersey with her husband, Tim.