Since joining Procter & Gamble twenty-three years ago, Jon Moeller has steadily climbed up the ranks. Now, as P&G’s Chief Financial Officer, he is helping to guide the nation’s 26th largest company through the worst economic downturn in eight decades.
Naomi Kelman is sitting in the pilot’s seat of her single-engine Beech Bonanza preparing to land. Visibility is close to zero, but she’s unfazed.
Like many successful leaders, Jim Goldman thinks outside the box. For the aptly-named Goldman, the box in question is a 14-carat icon — Godiva Chocolatier’s gold-toned ballotin.
When Michael Chen took his first sales position, he really started loving his career. “I never tracked how many hours I worked or how many hours I spent on the road,” he says. “I was working weekends. But it wasn’t work anymore.”
Ted Lapres never dreamed of sitting in the CEO’s chair. Yet that’s where he found himself in 2006, at the head of Nypro, the global plastics manufacturing firm where he had worked for the past 18 years.
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