“In all negotiations of difficulty, a person may not look to sow and reap at once; but must prepare business, and so ripen it by degrees.” – Francis Bacon In thinking of this month’s blog, I wanted to write about the hardest part of life, business or personal, and that is negotiating. The world is […]
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As a results-oriented executive with extensive experience, John Florio brings a proven ability to design and carry out innovative strategies that maximize productivity and minimize costs. With over 20 years of experience, specifically in the Insurance Industry, John has successfully directed all aspects of core business functions, including implementing and working with Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management tools, infrastructure design and IT management, financial transactions and reporting and customer service delivery. By building consensus with key stakeholders, John will affect organizational change and measurably improve operational efficiency and bottom-line results.
At Satori Group, John Florio has primary focus on daily operations and quality delivery of all solutions and services. With this experience, John will be guiding the effort to expand Satori's offerings to include more Insurance vertical specific solutions. Prior to joining Satori Group, Inc., John enjoyed a successful career as an executive for a large insurance firm in Philadelphia and had spearheaded many of that organizations cost costing and process automation projects. John received his Bachelor of Science from La Salle University.
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Aside from being the CEO of 9DOTS, I am also an Assistant Varsity Football Coach at Cardinal O’Hara High School. Whether it’s at home or in the office, I have spent my life practicing, preaching and living the TEAM concept and culture. As a coach on the football field, and as a CEO, I try […]
Burn the boats . In 1519, Captain Hernán Cortés started a voyage that would take him from Cuba to the Yucatan Peninsula. Cortés had 500 soldiers, 100 sailors and 16 horses on 11 ships. The voyage was to take the world’s greatest treasure. This treasure had been held by Mexico for 600 years. For 600 […]
Let me lay it on the line for you. I’m fortunate to engage with many different kinds of people every day. Many of them are young and aggressive. All of them have trouble achieving the goals they set for themselves. There, I said the truth. We get frustrated and, more challenging than accomplishing a goal, […]
Welcome to 2018! I hope everyone is off to great start to the new year. This has been a great month to begin understanding YOU. After all, we are closing in on Jan-YOU-ary. There is no better time than the beginning to review yourself. Recognize the faults and opportunities for growth & use them to TRANSFORM. […]
Well for the last blog of the year, I could talk about thankfulness and gratitude. In fact it’s probably what I should talk about, but I’m not going to. Instead I want to talk about RESOLVE. As a verb Resolve means two things: Settle or find a solution to a problem, dispute or contentious matter. […]
I was out over the Thanksgiving weekend doing some shopping. Needless to say, I wasn’t in the best frame of mind. Quite frankly, my attitude needed an adjustment. Instead of enjoying the hustle and bustle of people out doing their thing, the company of my wife, or the beautiful, crisp, November weather, I complained to […]
After 30 years working both in the corporate industry and as an entrepreneur, I have recognized that there are certain undeniable traits that high-achievers and great leaders share. People often associate achievement and success with a number of things, like the right timing, circumstance, education or natural talent. I have found that the true origins […]
Last month I wrote about having the ability, when facing adversity, to have “FEAR.” Face Everything and Rise. Today, I continue to expand on that. Are you ready to face adversity? For those of you that don’t know, I have been a football coach for 25 years. This passion of mine comes from a desire […]
Wow, what a month! And I’m not saying that as happy guy who just beat his numbers and exceeded expectations. No, I’m saying that like a man staring down a locomotive while tied to the racks. This has been a tough month, but my team rode it out. When I was a young man, a […]