Leadership and Achievements of Louis Chenevert
He is the leader of multi-national and multi-billion companies that have thrived in manufacturing, and technology industries. His name is Louis Chenevert, born and brought up in Canada but later gains citizenship as an American.
Some of the most noticeable traits about Chenevert is that he is optimistic and sees the best in people. Since he likes working in small groups, he encourages maximum use of available resources and autonomy so that the company can produce the best and most profitable products.
Chenevert is famous for his role as a Chief Executive Officer and Chairman at the United Technologies Corporation, both on the main and sub-branches. Before being a CEO at this renowned corporation, Louis Chenevert had ventured into several other companies where he served as a Manager, Senior Advisor, CEO, COO, and as a President.
Achievements and Leadership Roles
First off, Louis Chenevert has worked for the General Motors Company (St. Therese) where he was the CEO for 14 years. He has earned a bachelor’s degree, and a doctorate (2011) in Product Management form the University of Montreal, making him the best candidate for leadership positions.
Afterward, Chenevert was appointed to be president of the Pratt & Whitney Company Pratt & Whitney deals in the manufacture of Aerospace products in America and is also a subsidiary of the central United Tech Corp.
The latest involvement of Chenevert, in 2017, is as a chairman for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. Louise is a member of the advisory board for Cargill, a promoter and marketer company for agricultural and foodstuff in the US, as well as for the Yale Cancer Center.
For his exemplary leadership skills, Louis has received two awards from the Quebec Quality Movement; one for being the best youngest leader in 1995 (Noveaux Performance), and a Harrington Medal in the year 1997.
Apart from being a leader, Louis Chenevert is interested in aerospace industries and mentors upcoming leaders on how to improve their businesses. He is now the Senior Advisor in the Merchant Banking Division at the Goldman Sachs Company. He has published many papers discussing what makes businesses thrive, qualities of a good leader, and how to bring ideas into life.