Louis R. Chenevert is a retired businessman that formerly served at the United Technologies Corporation as their Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Louis R. Chenevert became the Director of the company in 2006. He was later appointed to the posts of President and Chief Executive Officer of the corporation in 2008. A couple of years later, the responsibilities of Chairman if the Bord were added to the list. Louis R. Chenevert served at these positions until he retired in 2014.
Before he joined the United Technologies Corporation, Louis R. Chenevert was a part of the company Pratt and Whitney where he worked from 1993 till 2006. In 1999, the company made him is President. Prior to that, Louis R. Chenevert was working for 14 years at the General Motors where he was the Production General Manager at the companies operations in St. Therese.
From 2015 until 2017, Louis R. Chenevert was a part of the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs at the position of Senior Industry Advisor. He was also a member of the Business Council and used to serve in the US and India Chief Executive Officer Forum. In 2011, Louis R. Chenevert started serving as Chairman of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and last year he also became the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Tale Cancer Center.
Louis R. Chenevert has quite a lengthy resume. He has been serving various positions and has established himself as a skilled leader and shrewd businessman. Louis R. Chenevert changed the way the United technology Corporation worked and made it a lot more efficient and grew it to large proportions and success.
About hs productivity, Louis R. Chenevert says that it is all about having the right team. A leader is nothing without their team which makes a businessman with leading skills achieve a lot more that way. Louis R. Chenevert credits the people that have been working at the company for its success and believed that a leader should set the vision and get out of the way while the expert team makes a vision into reality and gather the momentum to pursue even bigger goals in the future.