— Dr. Rosalene Glickman, international best-selling author of Optimal Thinking, senior executive coach, and founder of OptimalThinking.com, announces a new analysis she conducted on Tim Cook’s thinking style. Cook is the revered CEO of Apple Inc., which recently released the Apple watch.
Glickman analyzed each word, phrase, and sentence Cook used during first quarter investor conference calls in 2013, 2014, and 2015. She then rated his language according to a hierarchy of thinking to uncover his dominant and supporting thinking styles over time.
According to Glickman, “The results of the analysis are fascinating. Cook demonstrated extraordinary positive thinking as his dominant level of thinking in these calls. Extraordinary positive thinkers focus on being more than ordinary, unusually great, and outstanding. They demonstrate a bias towards unusual constructive actions that produce a remarkable difference.”
To learn more about the thinking style of Tim Cook and compare one’s thinking with his, please visit How Tim Cook Thinks at OptimalThinking.com. Over 145,000 executives and 6500 companies have used the Optimal Thinking 360 Assessment, created by Glickman for her executive coaching clients, to conclusively discover their thinking style, hierarchy of thinking, core motivation, decision-making and communication styles, and how to best deal with others.
About Rosalene Glickman, Ph.D.
Rosalene Glickman, PhD., is President of The World Academy of Personal Development Inc., in Los Angeles. Glickman provides optimization coaching, training and consulting for executives and organizations including the Young Presidents’ Organization, Warner Bros., Mercedes-Benz, U.S. Army, Johnson & Johnson, Shell Oil, Westin Hotels, Aetna Insurance, UCLA, California State University (School of Business Administration), U.S. Treasury, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Delta Airlines, Mensa, Coca-Cola, Red Bull, Sunny D, and Air New Zealand.
This Optimal Thinking woman is the recipient of the “Woman of the Year” award for National Business Women’s Week in Hollywood. She has been nominated for special recognition by Queen Elizabeth II for Australia’s highest award, The Order of Australia.
Glickman, who was born in Australia, lives in Los Angeles. She has earned a Ph.D. in Psychology, a Teaching diploma and a degree in Business Administration.
Glickman is a seasoned electronic and print media interviewee. For interviews, contact Alan Walker.
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Organization: World Academy of Personal Development, Inc.