A lot of people from across the world have been dreaming about business ownership. They dream of waking up one day and becoming considerable business persons. A good example is the class of young people we have today. They have what it takes to move the world places. They have skills and have up to date technological changes. The problem is that they are merely focused on growing their experience, and this has become the greatest hurdles towards success. They just lack the skills and knowledge to manage their ventures. As a result of this, most businesses are unable to celebrate their tenth birthdays.
The only secret in the business is learning from the past investors. People who have decades of experience. It is always advisable to approach them for professional guidance and also mentoring. The CEO of the worlds top 50 company, OSI Group is one of the guys to visit. He is called Sheldon Lavin, a very prominent name in the business of meat distribution in the whole world. The company has over 80 facilities in over 73 countries and thus making it the biggest meat distributor in the globe.
These achievements are as a result of committed leadership qualities of Sheldon Lavin. He has been in the company’s leadership for 43 years now and has been able to oversee a lot of changes. He took over the administration when the company was Otto & Sons Ltd with very few clients. They enquired for his services when they underwent the serious problems of financing, and that is when Sheldon Lavin came in. He was their financial advisor before becoming the president.
Sheldon Lavin had managed to buy a controlling interest in the company by the year 2000. He had focused on opening facilities across the globe and is currently the owner of the company. He has been able to incorporate his 20,000 employees as global family. They have been able to work in the company for so many years, and this employee turnover is very low. He has been able to get professionals in all departments and have managed to work with them towards promoting progress and career growth.