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Albany, NY Where can executives facing major business challenges turn for sound advice? How can CEOs, CFOs and business owners develop skills and strategies away from the immediate pressure of day-to-day operations?

One option is to seek the counsel of someone who has shared these challenges. David Nettina is an award-winning executive advisor who provides comprehensive counsel for business leaders to develop actionable strategies that achieve their business, personal and organizational goals.

“Stress absorbs so much energy and it’s so distracting, sometimes you can’t see the solutions that are right in front of you,” says Nettina. "One of the values of having a business coach is that it offers you a time-out. Too often you don’t see the problem coming or you don’t see the solution because you haven’t given yourself the right distance. Being challenged to think that way is very valuable."

With more than 35 years of experience in banking and real estate, Nettina has a proven track record as a leader of startups, including IPOs, and turnarounds, mergers in public and privately held family companies. As an executive advisor, Nettina draws upon his considerable experience to help clients uncover the solutions to organizational challenges, sharpen their strategic plans, develop their executive teams and find peace of mind in their decision-making.

“What they get is an unvarnished, unbiased look from the outside,” says Nettina. "I work with business owners to identify what they want to accomplish and the folks I work with feel confident that we spend time on things that are of high value and the feedback is straightforward.”

For more information on David Nettina, visit www.davidnettina.com

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