Was a two-term President of 3M's Cooperating for Growth, where she developed sales programs for all the 3M salespeople in the New York metropolitan area.
When Time Warner acquired Media Networks in 1997, Carol continued to lead a 70+-person team with the highest sales, the highest plan and an overall performance level more than three times higher than the average salesperson. She also achieved the highest single sale in the history of the company and her contribution alone represented 10% of the company's $66 million in sales in 2002, an extremely tough year for ad sales.
In addition, Carol is active in many areas of public life. It is her dream to see the establishment of a national women's history museum. To this end, she is on the National Advisory Committee for the National Women's History Museum, which is striving to build a museum in Washington, D.C., that will chronicle and celebrate the achievements of women throughout the ages.
A portion of all profits from the sale of all Selling without Selling books, tapes, and CD-ROMs are donated to the establishment of the National Women's History Museum. Click the following link http://www.nwhm.org for further information and to learn how you can get involved in this long-overdue effort.
Find out how your sales team can be as successful as the teams Carol has led to victory. Contact Carol Super today!