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Friday, June 14, 2013


David Rohlander, Founder of the Maestro Group and Author of The CEO Code
 
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David Rohlander, author of the just released The CEO Code: Create a Great Company and Inspire People to Greatness With Practical Advice from an Experienced Executive, recently started a high-quality networking group in Orange County, California, the Maestro Group, that consists of a wide-range of successful people from diverse backgrounds. Hoping to take the concept nationwide, Rohlander recently discussed the quality networking on the Cody Talks Radio Show.

?The Maestro Group concept is very portable and is fed from a top-tier of Referrals, Social Media, Traditional Media, Affiliated Groups and my Speaking Engagements, which feeds a monthly meeting that will yield Relationships, Resources and Results. Cody said to me on the show, and he was correct, sometimes it is not the ?quantity of networking but the quality that matters.? The Maestro Group aims for positive results by targeting the high achieving demographic,? says David Rohlander.

The CEO Code brings in Rohlander?s wealth of knowledge regarding the Art of Communication, and that will aid in the creation of Maestro Groups throughout the United States. At a time when the economy continues to sputter along with uncertainly everywhere, any edge that can be gleaned from establishing new contacts through networking could be vital for moving forward with a business venture.

Filled with successful stories of mentoring executives and corporate personnel, the book offers a wealth of practical advice for professional and personal success. Broken down into three sections, Communication, Execution and Operation, The CEO Code contains a series of questions at the end of each chapter in Take Time to Reflect pages that consist of seven questions. Each of the three sections, or Parts, consists of five chapters. Part 1, Communication, is broken down into the following chapters: Trust, Respect, Understanding, Empathy and Resolutions.

Chapters for Part II, Execution are Action, Repetition, Habits, Attitudes and Feelings while Part III, Operation, gets into deeper waters with Teams, Delegation, Systems, Accountability, and Rewards. At the outset of Execution, Rohlander states that the ?Cycle of Success is a core concept within The CEO Code? as it ?explores proven and practical formula for setting goals and how to structure them so they positive and enabling.?

Rohlander sets the tone in terms of leadership in Part III, Operation, by likening a well-functioning company to an orchestra. First you need ?quality music, then each participant must be in the same place on the score; each player of an instrument must be able and willing to play his or her part. You are the conductor of the orchestra.?

David Rohlander on Cody Talks about his book, The CEO Code, networking, success and more.   



About David Rohlander:



David G. Rohlander is a professional speaker, mentor and executive coach. His passion is working with executives to build their own masterpiece personally and professionally. Flying 208 combat missions as a USAF fighter pilot gave him an appreciation for living with gusto. Then he earned an MBA in finance from California State University and spent nearly a decade with Merrill Lynch. Next he became an entrepreneur, built three companies and developed commercial and residential real estate. Along the way he taught at several universities.

Rohlander has coached partners for Ernst & Young, trained sales teams with Honeywell, and mentored hundreds of CEOs and executives in a wide range of industries. In addition to earning his MBA in finance, Rohlander studied management with Peter Drucker at Claremont Graduate University.

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