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Dr. Betty Orlandino to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

I want young women to know what they need to be successful and happy. You don’t get it in from school. You get it from your mentors.”
— Dr. Betty Orlandino

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 5, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Boca Raton, FL – Nobody does it alone. Mentoring and coaching are critical to achieving success. Without a "Truth teller" you are operating at a disadvantage.

Dr. Betty Orlandino is the truth-teller. She helps her clients understand how other people are seeing them to help bring out their best. As a clinician, master executive coach and mentor, Dr. Betty Orlandino has been empowering people for 30 years.

“You would be surprised at how many senior executives plateau or derail due to critical interpersonal skills,” says Dr. Orlandino.

Whether you're a career professional, an up-and-coming C-suite superstar, a high-level expert, or a leadership hopeful who knows you deserve more than you're getting, Dr. Orlandino can offer practical advice and a generous helping of reality to guide you to new career heights.

An exceptional executive coach, Dr. Orlandino is an expert on women and leadership in the 21st Century.

“I understand the world through a woman's eyes, being a woman and a mother,” says Dr. Orlandino. “So many of the men I work with are CEOs, presidents of companies. They see the world as men. But they're working with more and more women.”

Dr. Betty O says mentoring is the key in her book, and her book is Fast Track to the Corner Office for Women. Published in 2016, the book is about the need for mentoring and coaching, because nobody does it alone.

“The playing field is still not level for women,” says Dr. Orlandino. “So I want young women to know what they need to be successful and happy. You don’t get it in from school. You get it from your mentors.”

The fast track, says Dr. Orlandino, is to draw on your mentors and their experience to get in touch with your strengths and assert yourself.

“Women tend not to raise their hand,” says Dr. Orlandino. “Well, in the business world, you better raise your hand, because somebody else is going to take credit for your idea. Your voice has to be heard.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Betty Orlandino in an interview with Jim Masters on October 9th at 4pm EDT and with Doug Llewelyn on October 16th at 4pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Dr. Betty Orlandino, visit http://www.drbettyo.com.

Lou Ceparano
CUTV News
(631) 850-3314
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