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I purposely put myself in new, stressful situations so that I can continuously learn.
The single most important ingredient in the recipe for success is transparency because transparency builds trust.
Being an iconic food company can be both a blessing and a curse. It can be a curse if, amidst change, you maintain the status quo. It is a blessing if you leverage the change coupled with capability to seize new opportunities.
Sustainability is important because we all are responsible to nourish our planet. And real food should be delicious, safe, affordable, and accessible to all. All without compromise.
We must form public-private partnerships to collectively improve children‘s health.
I think leadership is service and there is power in that giving: to help people, to inspire and motivate them to reach their fullest potential.
The path to diversity begins with supporting, mentoring, and sponsoring diverse women and men to become leaders and entrepreneurs.
The next frontier in nutrition will be about reconfiguring diets according to individual specific physiology, lifestyle, and health goals.
You can’t become a CEO without working hard and delivering results, but that will only take you so far. Building and leveraging strong relationships with mentors and sponsors will take you the rest of the way.
It is not about finding a work-life balance, but, rather, it’s about work-life integration. I’ve learned to integrate my work and life so that the two exist as harmoniously as possible and priorities can be set.
With the growth of both urbanization and globalization, consumers are becoming increasingly disconnected from their food.
Trust implies that both parties participate in the relationship with both ‘gives‘ and ‘gets.’
Health and wellness does mean different things to different people.
What people look for in their leaders is authenticity. You say, ‘I’m not going to ask you to do anything that I’m not going to do myself.’
I describe my career path as a zigzag, not a ladder.
Set ambitious goals and don’t be afraid to declare and aim for them. You need to know where you want to go in order to get there. It is important to have a destination in mind.
Moving with the times is an important idea for strategy today.
The top principle for disruptive and sustaining innovation is that it has to have a laser focus on customers. Innovation begins with their needs and expectations.
You embrace disruption. I think it’s a good thing.
The business world needs the best talent from both genders to compete in an ever-changing environment and drive innovation.
I’ve been preparing to run a big company all my life.
You need to set a tone at the top that inspires trust – and encourages open and honest 2-way communication. So you hear the brutal facts, and you listen to the good news and the bad news – so that, in the spirit of continuous improvement, you can make changes.
I have observed that people make strategic plans for brands, businesses, and companies, but they are not always strategic about themselves.
The best companies will build culturally diverse leadership teams and workforces with divergent backgrounds, perspectives, and ideas.
Leadership is service to others.
I was so results-oriented.
There is power in helping people get excited about what they do and inspiring and motivating them to unleash their full potential.
For us, giving back is not an extracurricular activity.
Innovation requires an experimental mindset.
Most corporations have human-resources processes that involve discussions with your manager, performance evaluations, calibrations for performance and potential succession planning.
Networking is working.
I’ve always believed consumers have a right to know what’s in their food.
The entrepreneurial spirit has moved from the garage in high-tech to the kitchen in food.
Not every great idea needs to be Campbell-generated. It’s clear that partners and vendors and other external sources will generate innovative ideas for us.