Executive Summary and Strategies - Dr Betty Orlandino, Phd
Review of Dr Betty Orlandino, PhD by LW, Fortune 100 executive
(I-BusinessNews.Com, January 28, 2015 ) Miami, Florida -- U.S. President Obama's recent State of the Union address, broadcast from Capitol Hill in Washington on January 20th of this week, contained an urgent message to American businesses who expect to survive beyond the coming year, says the Miami executive coach who revealed the reference yesterday."I'm not convinced it was an intentional slip," says Dr. Betty Orlandino, Phd, "mostly because, on the surface, the President's comments seemed direct and politically inspiring, when you take them face value. But there's an extra twist to Obama's words that apply directly to astute business leaders of today, too."Dr. Orlandino, who specializes in diagnosing, guiding and mentoring the business and career strategies of C-suite executives in some of the largest companies in America, is no stranger to the subtleties of executive language and leadership through effective communication. Her humorously direct approach has guided business leaders at Federated/Macy's Department Stores, Navistar, USG Corporation, Kohler Company and a dozen other Fortune 500 corporations.That's why "Dr. Betty O" noticed a similarity between Obama's politically hopeful "combining of forces" challenge to Congress, and the parallel need for business leaders to adjust their cut-throat, insular and frequently short-sighted, "quarterly-profits-based" approach. They must include an increasingly diverse workforce, management philosophy and customer base in their immediate and long-range planning."In my mind," observes Orlandino, "the real-world meaning of Obama's 'bi-partisan' reference is a clear and inescapable lesson for business today, too. It's in all of our best interests to work together towards a strong and renewed economy in this country."
Dr. Orlandino believes that if the major players in the U.S. and around the world are going to revive and support the tentative global economic recovery we're seeing now, "all team members have to be pulling in the same direction," Dr. Betty O continues. "And that begins with communicating clear goals that do more than simply add to next quarter's bottom line."In that case, a large part of the 'diplomacy and coalition-building' referred to in the State of the Union address comes down to moving ahead with clarity and purpose, too. In fact, "I find that most of my business clients have a very good idea of what they need to do. The trick is in finding what's holding them back, strategizing a solution, and then communicating clear business strategies to overcome it as simply as possible. Those are the solutions that stick," she said.And in Orlandino's opinion, that's the second key to moving forward. In her line of work, everyone has different abilities and strengths, and a good executive coach realizes this and works with them -- to bring out the best in themselves, and in their team of supporting players. Only then can an executive and a company (or, presumably, the country) begin to see greater and sustainable results.
About Dr Betty Orlandino, PhD:
As a certified talent consultant, author, clinician and prominent coach, Dr Betty Orlandino has been empowering people for 30 years. Dr. Orlandino's client portfolio includes Federated/Macy's Department Stores, Navistar, USG Corporation, Kohler Company and a dozen more Fortune 500 Companies.
As a master executive coach to c-suite executives and celebrity clients, and an expert in relation to women and leadership in the 21st Century, Dr. Orlandino reminds us that "Hard work is just not enough, you would be surprised at how many senior executives plateau or derail due to critical interpersonal skills." In addition to developing emerging leaders and fine tuning top execs, Dr Orlandino specializes in collaborating with women to ensure their professional success.
Dr. Orlandino has a PhD in psychology and numerous post-graduate certifications, but insists her most valuable credential is the 30 years of "hands on" in the field. She is a frequent guest on radio and television, including all three national networks at ABC, NBC and CBS. Local radio and television broadcasts have also been included with her media contributions . Dr Betty O was a contributing author for the Family Forum Magazine, and authored her first book in 1981. In addition, Dr Betty O has been cited in numerous publications including Time Magazine, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Sun-Times, and the NY Times.
For more details and her contact info, visit Dr. Betty Orlandino's website at www.drbettyo.com
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