Recorded Webinar: Innovating Post Corporate: How to continue to Innovate in Work &Life after Leading
Published June 16, 2021 by pgalums in
ES Webinar: Innovating Post Corporate How to continue to Innovate in Work & Life
Benno is passionate about growing businesses the right way – profitably, sustainably and responsibly. He calls this Good Growth.
Under Benno’s leadership as Chairman and CEO, The Clorox Company was ranked no. 15 on the list of the 250 best managed companies in the US (WSJ / Drucker), no. 9 on the list of most inclusive and diverse US companies (WSJ), no. 7 on the list of most sustainable companies in the US (Barron’s) and the no. 1 most trusted and essential company in the US in 2020 (Harris Poll).
The company more than doubled total shareholder return during the 6 years of his CEO tenure, significantly outperforming its peer group. Benno was no. 1 on the annual Glassdoor list of most popular US CEO’s in 2017, no. 39 on Forbes Magazine’s list of most innovative US CEO’s in 2019, Out & Equal’s CEO Champion of the year in 2018 for his work in support of the LGBTQ+ community and a Most Admired Bay Area CEO in 2017 (Business Journal).
Today, Benno works on giving back. He is focused on passing on his experience from 30+ years in global business leadership as advisor, board director and coach and on his family foundation’s philanthropic efforts in support of children, the environment and the arts in order to help make the world a better place for current and future generations.
He also makes wine. Just for the pure joy (and unpredictability) of it.
A proud German citizen, Benno has worked and lived in four countries, which included living in his favorite city in the world, Stockholm. He is grateful for music as a life force, loves skiing, passionately supports his beloved SC Freiburg soccer club through good and bad times and calls the San Francisco Bay Area home.
This webinar is part of the P&G Alumni Enrichment Series Webinars. For more webinars please join the P&G Alumni Network on pgalums.com.
Businesses come in all shapes, sizes, business models, and structures. There is no one way to run a business and no one set of approaches that works everywhere. This topic will address some of the considerations and approaches that can contribute to success in mid to smaller, more entrepreneurial business environments and considerations for people from larger, more “corporate” businesses. This webinar is part of the P&G Alumni Enrichment Series Webinars. For more webinars please join the P&G Alumni Network on pgalums.com.
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Published June 1, 2021 by pgalums in
News You Can Use #8
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