Carmine Cinerari is the President of Sharp Electronics of Canada Ltd. and guides the vision and strategic direction of the company’s operations in Canada.
He has sucessfully steered the company through a number of strategic shifts in business domains, operating models, and corporate strategy. His hands-on, collaborative approach has fostered a culture of teamwork, customer focus and valued business partner relationships.
At an age and tenure in his career, one of his biggest hobbies is just to keep learning and seeking opportunities to learn new things and connect with people that can perhaps teach him new things. He has found renewed interest in reading and staying current on technology and social trends and he travels a lot on business and with his family.
This episode has a lot that you can take away from. Carmine shares his wisdom, especially around his management style. He believes in using tools that help one become a better leader and he shares that one, too, about mindfulness and strengthening one’s business stamina.
And never to be missed are his arsenal of helpful thoughts and insights about leadership in terms of honing it as well as exercising it especially in the most trying times.
What You Will Learn From This Episode
- How meditation helps expands the levels of your knowledge and consciousness and become a better leader
- What to look out for in Sharp Company in terms of keeping up with innovation and technology
- How immersing himself in Japanese management style taught him a different side to leadership
- Why the need for transparency and communication during a company’s turbulent times
- What he means by “the lines between sales and marketing today I think are far more blurred in a good way”
- What important traits people look up to in leadership
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