Chief Learning Officer, Leader Development & Performance
Jeff Orlando is chief learning officer, leader development & performance, at Deloitte. His scope includes Deloitte’s leadership development strategy, onboarding through executive development activities for Deloitte’s 75,000 professionals and partners, the Communication Excellent team in USI, as well as performance management approach and analytics. A key focus is integration of these efforts — to drive a strengths-based and outcome-focused approach in how we develop leaders and fuel their performance.
Some of Orlando’s accomplishments at Deloitte include:
Prior to Deloitte, Orlando worked in change, leadership and organizational consulting roles, most recently serving as VP and managing consultant at Stromberg Consulting (an Omnicom company) in New York, where he served Fortune 100 clients in the pharmaceutical and entertainment industries.
Orlando holds a master’s in social-organizational psychology from Columbia University. As an undergraduate, he participated in the honors program at Susquehanna University, majoring in psychology and french.
Outside Deloitte, Orlando is married to Katy, and has two young daughters. In addition, Orlando is involved in community organizations, currently active as a board member of local non-profit Gearing Up.
Orlando has presented research at both the Conference of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
This panel discussion will explore the past, present and future of the CLO role and uncover key trends and ideas about where it’s headed. The interactive discussion, moderated by Chief Learning Officer’s editor-in-chief, explores what learning leaders do to prepare for the future as well as what they should stop doing.
The second conversation of the morning explores how to build an effective learning organization. Moderated by Chief Learning Officer’s editor-in-chief, the conversation will explore the strategies and tactics of a learning organization that delivers results.