Susan Mazza works with leaders and their teams in leading change and transforming their performance, relationships and work environment as a Business Consultant, Master Facilitator, Leadership Coach and Motivational Speaker.


Named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders by Trust Across America/Trust Across the World in 2013 and 2015, a Top 50 Thought Leader in Leadership and a Top 100 Conference Speaker in Inc., Susan is a recognized thought leader and leadership expert.

As a motivational speaker Susan delivers an inspiring Keynote address to international audiences titled Leading Made Simple™: 3 Ways Anyone Can Lead Every Day, that promises to give the audience access to instantly elevating their leadership.

Susan's signature Leadership Development Program is the Leading in Action™ System, a proven system for elevating your leadership and amplifying your impact using the Speak Up Step Up Stand Up™ Methodology.

This system is designed to rapidly increase clarity, confidence and leadership capabilities. It provides simple, yet powerful tools that show you how to practically apply leadership theory to effectively address current challenges and realize your aspirations. It also specifically develops the 3 of the essential skills to lead effectively every day: strategic thinking, creating accountable relationships and communicating effectively.


Additional programs and conference breakout sessions offered include:

  • Accountability in Action™: A Simple Way to Build Relationships that Work
  • Strategy in Action™: A Simple Way to Design, Align and Deliver Exceptional Results.


Susan is the CEO of Clarus Consulting Group, LLC, a company dedicated to transforming business performance through consulting, facilitation, coaching and education both in person and online.

A former IT professional and project manager, Susan combines her 14 years of experience designing and implementing technology systems and business process with 18 years of experience transforming human systems.  She has worked successfully with many types and sizes of organizations and with people around the world, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, as well as with non-profits and educational institutions.

Known for her ability to bring clarity to complex issues, as well as transform theory and ideas into effective action and results, Susan delivers a very practical and highly effective approach to cultivating leaders at all levels in organizations and communities. With a passion for unleashing the human spirit at work Susan has cultivated a culture of leadership and accountability in organizations around the world.

As a master facilitator she also has extensive experience transforming dysfunctional groups into collaborative teams. Whether it is a strategy session or an important team meeting, Susan's clients count on her to design and facilitate meetings that increase clarity and alignment, break through challenging issues, as well as contribute to rapid progress and momentum.


Prudential, Tyco, AT&T, Lucent Technologies, Smart Business Advisory & Consulting Group, Sedgwick Claims Management Services, The Morris School District, Speaking Empire, Del Sano Construction Company, REWCO, Inc., The Morristown Partnership, The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education, The Entrepreneurial Development Center at IRSC, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Halogen Software, Weaving Influence, Switch and Shift, Kmetz Nuttall Elwell Graham PLLC, The Florida Eye Institute, WEVenture, Association of Women's Business Centers (AWBC), The United Way, and Avenues: The World School.  Susan also actively supports the Women's Business Center at The Florida Institute for Technology.


Founder and author of the Random Acts of Leadership™ blog, Susan writes about the simple, yet powerful, acts of every day leadership and has Co-authored two books: The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Revolution of Leadership One Person at a Time, and Energize Your Leadership: Discover, Ignite Breakthrough.  She is also a contributing author to The Mentor That Matters and Trust Inc.

If you are interested in working with Susan,
here are some benefits you can expect:

Leadership vision and goals  Random Acts of Leadership

 Gain clarity on your leadership vision and goals.

 improve your team's performance  Random Acts of Leadership

Develop strategies to improve your team's performance.

communication and collaboration skills  Random Acts of Leadership

Enhance your communication and collaboration skills.

effectively navigate change and uncertainty  Random Acts of Leadership

Learn how to effectively navigate change and uncertainty.

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Create a more positive work culture and environment.

Susan's coaching and facilitation approach is tailored to your specific needs, ensuring that you receive personalized guidance and support. With her expertise and guidance, you can take your leadership skills to the next level and achieve your goals with confidence.


Susan can be reached via by phone at (772) 539-7003 or click here to submit a contact request.

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