Hello, I'm Dorian Baroni, welcome to my website.
I'm an Executive Coach, Leadership Retreats Faculty, and Organizational Advisor. My business experience has spanned a variety of industries - investment banking, global energy, consumer goods and art retail - and a number of countries - UK, US, Venezuela, Italy, Belgium.I joined the business world in 1983 as part of my research into the impact of automation on Wall Street. As a Masters candidate in Cultural Anthropology, I was intrigued by the potential for technology to significantly transform the dynamics of the industry. My working question was whether collaboration, trust and transparency would be enhanced by the advent of information systems in banking. Little did I know at the time that automation would actually have the reverse effect on the industry's culture. And yet because of that early interest I became 'hooked' on a business career, and on discovering what it might take to create a business culture that produces both financial rewards while enhancing the quality of life of employees, communities and customers.
What I focus on - One of my core beliefs is that a leader's individual journey towards wholeness is critical to addressing today's complexity and challenges. My experience shows that the core capacity of high performing teams is their ability to trust each other. Yet building trust across differences is often a low priority. And as a business woman, I am also particularly passionate about the role and power of feminine leadership to support the evolution of global mindsets, social systems and models of economic impact.
How I work - I work with both individuals and organizational teams. I help individuals develop a higher quality of self-awareness, so as to enable courses of action in which the truth of one's individual calling and the power of one's true gifts can more clearly 'show up'. When working with organizations, I look for the patterns in the organizational culture, systems or structures - whether hidden conflicts or self-defeating strategies - which are getting in the way of the creative potential of collective endeavors. Bringing to light such patterns allows for a different level of conversations in which the truth about such 'stuckness' can be seen, voiced and ultimately transformed.