Jeff Sucec

Jeff Sucec

Adjunct Instructor

Jeff Sucec, principal and co-founder of Performance Potential, Inc., has over 30 years experience working with a wide range of organizations helping them move to the “next level” of performance. He is a thought leader in the alignment of business goals and strategy to employee productivity. Performance Potential’s consulting assignment for Dale Carnegie, focusing on capturing and migrating Best Practices throughout their world-wide organization, won numerous national awards.

Prof. Sucec is often the highest rated keynote speaker at business conferences. The topics he covers includes leadership, employee engagement, using innovative approaches for maximizing performance, identifying and migrating best practices, creating a culture of creativity and innovation and implementing client-focused sales cultures. He is a published writer in organizational behavior, performance improvement, and sales and sales management effectiveness.

Prior to co-founding Performance Potential, Prof. Sucec was founder and CEO of FTR, a premier sales performance consulting firm, serving financial services clients worldwide. Jeff brings a unique perspective to clients as a business owner who has been through all the stages of a company’s life; from its founding, through the various phases of growth, and ultimate sale to a three billion dollar private equity company. For over a decade, Jeff has been an accomplished executive coach for both business owners and influential corporate executives.

Prof. Sucec has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Notre Dame since 2001, where his progressive business courses have always received exemplary ratings. He received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of Illinois. He founded the JJS Foundation to help underprivileged children reach their potential.

Contact Information

Phone: 630-881-2648
Office:834 Flanner Hall
E-mail : jsucec@nd.edu

Classes

CAPP 40610 Fundamentals of Business Thinking / T / 12:30pm - 3:15pm (Fall)
 

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