Jeff Bezos he has one of the most privileged fortunes in the world and this gives him a unique position because of the experience he has had in consolidating Amazon, the gold mine that has given him a unique position not only as a manager, but now as a billionaire.
Retired from the corporate governance structure of AmazonBezos has a rule that was revealed by his girlfriend, who put it into practice in his company Black Ops Aviationan aerial recording firm.
Sanchez said she had the best business background, having just started dating Bezos.
“Living with Jeff is like having a master class every day. Which really taught me a lot about talent management.
I have a lot of meetings, and I would speak first in a meeting, and (Bezos) goes, ‘No, no, no. You are the boss. You speak last. You let everyone else speak, so they don’t get swayed by your opinion,’” said the billionaire’s girlfriend in interview with The Wall Street Journal.
The confession of the Bezos couple is a case that calls our attention, because it helps us understand how to manage talent within a company, especially when we have already seen how important it has become for managers such as the marketer of Microsoft, Chris Caposselaput into practice the lessons to get the most out of the day.
“When I go through my day, I’m not stressed about what’s next or what I’m not doing enough, because I proactively planned my calendar for the next year,” he has come to explain.
In both cases, they show us the ability to improve managerial performance when taking lessons from great figures who have grown companies from scratch, due to the great experience they have consolidated building their giants and how through listening resources, within a board or organization or getting the most out of a working day, you can achieve a brutal change in direction.