About Sue Morem
Career and Workplace Authority and Professionalism Expert
Susan Morem is president of Premier Presentation, Inc., a
Minneapolis-based training and consulting firm. Named a “Woman to Watch”
by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, she is a leading
expert on professionalism and recognized career and workplace authority.
She is a dynamic speaker, a best-selling author, and an established
business advice columnist.
For over 15 years Sue has been sought-after by many of the nation’s
most prominent corporations and educational institutions. Her client list
includes hundreds of corporations and educational institutions including
AAA, American Express, Citibank, Coca-Cola, Honeywell, Sears, US Bank,
Wells Fargo, 3M, Prudential, State Farm Insurance, and Target Corporation.
Best-selling Author and Prime-time Inspiration
When Sue learned her book, How to Gain the Professional Edge (the
only real-life book known to be the inspiration for a sitcom) was going to
be the basis for a Drew Carey episode, she was thrilled. But nothing was
as exciting as watching Drew hold the book in his hands, kiss it, and say
“I never thought I would say this to a book, but… I WANT YOU!”
She hopes he’ll feel the same way about the second edition when he
reads it and be equally excited about her other books, 101 Tips for
Graduates and How to Get a Job and Keep It, when he reads them.
Sought After Speaker
A dynamic speaker, Sue delights audiences with her humor, sensitivity,
enthusiasm and warmth. Whether she's talking about personal or
professional development, her passion is infectious, her knowledge
She motivates, educates and entertains her audiences through keynote
addresses and full- and half-day workshops for corporations, trade
associations, national conventions and a variety of educational
Dynamic Media Personality
Morem’s advice has reached thousands across America through her weekly
advice column in newspapers, and worldwide online at BusinessKnowHow.com.
Sue has created and been featured in nine internationally distributed
training videos, has authored four books, and been writing a weekly
workplace advice column for over ten years. Her advice, interviews and
articles have been featured in numerous publications, including The
Wall Street Journal and USA Today, and she is a frequent guest
on a variety of television and radio programs.
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