Teacher/Instructor: Susan Fouché
Topic: Professional Loss to Personal Success: A Look at the 5 Stages of Grief in Business
To everything there is a season, Ephesians 3:11. And grief, just like joy is just one of many seasons for human beings. Sometimes grief at work can even be good—it can encourage us to move on to something better! But often times grief can consume us. And past work losses, traumas, humiliations, and fears can cripple us and keep us in unproductive states. So, how do we get through the stages of work grief and move on to success? The answer to this question lies in transcendence through our Savior.
Learn how to break free of past work grief. And learn how to beat the unproductive and destructive habits that past work grief has caused.
Susan Fouche is a voice actor, audiobook producer, wife, mom, and Christian. She’s also the queen of eLearning narration—having narrated thousands of courses, modules, lessons, video tutorials, and microlessons for top businesses around the world and universities here in the United States. Some of her clients include Pfizer, Hyatt Hotels, Canon Copies, IKEA, Oracle, and Royal Caribbean just to name a few.
Susan quit her day job as a preschool teacher and became a full time voice actor in 2013 after she won the audition to narrate the audiobook series, The Successful Single Mom—which was the first book she ever auditioned for. That series is still bringing in royalties to this day!
When Susan first starting her voice acting career, her goal was to dominate the audiobook world. However, she won a job on elance (now UpWork) to narrate some nursing courses for West Coast University. And after that experience, she was hooked! And she still narrates regularly for West Coast University and American Career College today.
YouTube: Susan Fouche Voice