Louis Chenevert is the former United Technologies Chief executive. Louis left United Technologies after helping them accomplish a lot. He voluntarily retired from the company which was a shock to many people.
Chenevert is also a lover of yachts and has gotten involved in building three ships so far. Married to Debbie Lou. They have two daughters and four grandchildren. Since his appointment as the eighth person occupying the seat at United Technologies, there has been a substantial increase in the productivity of the company. He proved to be a great leader after the company’s returns to shareholders increased significantly. The company’s growth from his election to the seat rose from 25% to over 60%.
Louis Chenevert set a firm project to investigate research disciplines. He believed that knowing what strategies fellow company’s used to succeed would enable the company better itself. Louis has proved to be a great inspiration to many people. When participating in Emba orientation day, he encouraged the individuals involved in it telling them that all jobs can be done by anyone and achieve perfection. Louis also urged the people always to be ready to take risks. This is because new opportunities bring about challenges and with persistence success will get accomplished. He also encouraged them to always seek knowledge and advice from people experienced in the field of business they want to venture.
After Chenevert’s resignation from United Technologies, Gregory J. Hayes took the seat. He had been its chief financial officer for a while. Most past chief Executives at United Technologies had always been from business operations. Hayes who succeeded the Louis’ seat broke the monotony by being from the finance side. The United Technologies has remained to be the largest private business that employs a lot of people in Connecticut. Currently, Louis is now focusing on targeting new opportunities in aerospace and industrial sector. He is also focusing on advising upcoming businesses for them to achieve success in their ventures.