Although Alex A Molinaroli is most known as the former chairman and CEO of Johnson Controls the business leader didn’t begin his career in such a prestigious position. Throughout his lengthy career, which spans more than 3 decades, he has had to climb the corporate ladder multiple times. He’s been able to pass on his knowledge to others so that they may be able to navigate the corporate landscape more easily. Many of his mentees have gone on to carve out their own path to leadership and success. The strategies that Molinaroli uses are largely universally effective regardless of your occupation.
Alex A Molinaroli recommends people to strive to be their own boss. If you’re not quite up to it to start your own business you can help lead someone else’s. The benefits of running your own business, no matter how small, can help you perform substantially better as you progress further in your career. You’ll also have a much better understanding of what it takes to successfully work within the constraints of having a budget.
In business, Alex A Molinaroli knows all too well that you have to take risks to move forward, but the key to risk taking is making intelligent risks. And when you do fail learn from your mistakes and make better choices in the future. Sometimes big mistakes can be demoralizing and seem like the end of the world but as long as you don’t make the same mistakes in the future they will become more of a lesson than a loss.
Alex A Molinaroli global perspective has led to him working with organizations and companies committed to promoting an open, prosperous and sustainable global economy. He’s always advocated for companies to “go green” which has led to him being included in Newsweek’s “Greenest CEOs” list twice.
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