Barack Obama: The Making of a President- Influences, Strengths and Expectations Examined by Leadership Experts

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Dr. Cathy Greenberg and Dr. Relly Nadler will explore the competencies of our next president using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Emotional Intelligence leadership competencies, on their weekly internet radio show, VoiceAmerica's "Leadership Development News" on January 19 at 9 AM PST.

President-elect Obama has inspired and raised the hopes of millions of Americans and people world-wide and will take office January 20th. Four years ago people barely heard of him. What is it about him that has moved so many people? How has his influence risen so fast? What do we know about him and what can we expect from him? You can hear it at: on January 19th at 9AM PST

Leadership experts Drs. Greenberg and Nadler will unpack the leadership components that have made him our 44th president. They will highlight leadership competencies that are the foundation of Obama's personality and global appeal. In this discovery will be nuggets and strategies that any leader can emulate to influence their people and organizations.

How does he think and make decisions?
How did he learn to be so confident?
What has he learned from his parents and grand parents?
Who are his influences in being such an inspiring leader?
How has his soul searching influenced who he is today?
Where did he learn to be so empathic?
How does he manage his emotions?
Does he have any blind spots?
What has he learned from Michele and how does she compliment him?
How does he balance his family values?
What can we expect from him as our next president?

Dr. Greenberg and Dr. Nadler will report out their findings from the writings of Obama and others about him. They will use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Emotional Intelligence leadership competencies as a framework, both popular leadership concepts used by top organizations worldwide, to answer these questions.

The answers to the questions and more will be aired on January 19th at 9 AM PST, the day before the inauguration, on business or go to: or The show will archived on the site if you miss it and you can download it as a MP3.

Dr. Cathy Greenberg is an executive coach, author, the co-founder of h2c Leadership and the co-author of What Happy Companies Know and What Happy Women Know, Dr. Nadler is a psychologist, executive coach and CEO of True North Leadership, Inc. and the author of Leaders' Playbook: How to Apply Emotional Intelligence,

VoiceAmerica is the #1 All Business Talk Radio Network in the USA. It has over 5 million monthly unique listeners, 62% are women and 57% are men aged 25-55.

The VoiceAmericaTM Network offers the latest conversations in a talk radio format, providing education, interaction, and advice on key issues live, on demand as well as through pod cast download. If interested in hosting a talk radio show on VoiceAmerica Network, contact Jeff Spenard, President of Internet Radio at 480-294-6417 or at jeff.spenard @

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