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连环夺宝宝石风暴: 最具影响力的商界女性都崇拜哪些高管?

皇冠现金官网比分 www.abetterhamper.com Emma Hinchliffe 2018年10月25日

这份多元化的名单充满了意外。

在我们创建年度最具影响力的商界女性榜单之时,我们很想知道,对于那些我们敬佩的最具影响力的商界女性来说,她们是否也有钦佩的对象?2018年榜单之上的14位女性向我们讲述了自己最钦佩的其他行业首席执行官或高管。这份多元化的名单充满了意外,但其中有一个姓名再次出现在这个清单中,她就是通用汽车的首席执行官玛丽·巴拉。

玛丽莲·休森,洛克希德马丁董事长、总裁兼首席执行官

第一名

“我十分敬佩安妮·穆尔卡西,她接任施乐首席执行官时,该公司正处于异常困难的时期。她上任之后积极与客户进行接洽,制定了果敢的决策,并带领公司取得了骄人的业绩?!?/p>

朱迪斯·麦肯纳,沃尔玛国际总裁兼首席执行官

第14名

“我真的十分钦佩卡罗琳·麦考尔,她目前担任英国独立电视台首席执行官。我认为她是一位集勇气、创新、智慧和清晰决策于一身的领导。所有这些特征对于成功领导组织和团队来说十分重要。在她此前担任easyJet首席执行官期间,公司的营收出现了大幅增长。之所以取得这样的成绩,在我看来是因为她从提供价值和打造更宽泛客户群的价值主张出发,制定了一个清晰的业务策略。她坚持贯彻这一策略,同时不断地创新,倾听easyJet乘客的意见。在她的领导下,easyJet被评选为欧洲最佳低成本航空公司。如今,她正运用其创新精神来改变独立电视台,并将其带入数字时代?!?/p>

安·玛丽·坎贝尔,家得宝美国店面执行副总裁

第16位

“我非常敬佩通用汽车的首席执行官玛丽·巴拉。令我感到万分钦佩的是,她不仅在男性占主导地位的汽车行业干出了一番事业,而且在2014年出任首席执行官第一年便成功地处理了通用汽车的召回?;??!?/p>

帕姆·尼克尔森,企业号控股总裁兼首席执行官

第17位

“我非常钦佩位于圣路易斯的首席执行官戴安·苏利文[鞋履公司Caleres首席执行官],她真的是非常独特,充满了动力和激情,而且十分幽默、实干。Caleres的利润便是其最好的例证,因为她能够年复一年地在这个竞争激烈的时装行业为公司带来惊人的业绩?!?/p>

利安妮·卡雷特,波音旗下国防、太空和安全业务总裁兼首席执行官,波音执行副总裁

第23名

“劳拉·布什。我曾有幸见过她,并对她那种一生为他人着想的精神钦佩不已。她在全球呼吁?;づ院团ㄒ娴木俅胝娴娜萌吮甘芄奈?。她在担任第一夫人期间所做的贡献已是家喻户晓。如今,她在乔治·布什研究所所从事的工作将为她自己和所有即将获得她帮助的人掀开美好的新篇章。她是一位了不起的领袖,也是善良的化身?!?/p>

盖夏·威廉姆斯,宝洁总裁兼首席执行官

第24名

“通用汽车的玛丽·巴拉。她以女性首席官的身份出现在了这个由男性主宰的行业中。她来自于一线,然后在这家全美最知名的汽车行业标杆企业中一路过关斩将。她不仅展现了其引领企业渡过?;牟拍?,同时也展现了其优雅、颇具成效的领导艺术?!?/p>

薇琪·霍拉布,西方石油公司总裁兼首席执行官

第28名

“洛克希德马丁的玛丽莲·休森?!?/p>

贝斯·福德,蓝多湖总裁兼首席执行官

第30名

“去年,来自于微软的萨蒂亚·纳德拉向我们的农民会员发表了演讲,他从微软的目的和认同感出发,讲述了科技对全球的影响力,这种方式给我留下了深刻的印象?!?/p>

朱莉·斯威特,埃森哲北美业务首席执行官

第32名

“玛丽·巴拉和[凯萨医疗机构首席执行官]伯纳德·泰森我都很钦佩,这两位都来自于各自的公司和社区,是非常成功的领导者和管理者。在领导方面,他们身先士卒,并注重诚信、目的和同情心?!?/p>

米切尔·巴克,好时公司总裁兼首席执行官

第42名

“我非常敬佩Salesforce的首席执行官马克·贝尼奥夫。马克一直鼓舞着我。他是一位典型的远见卓识型人士,拥有敏锐的想象力,并有能力前瞻性地洞察他人无法发现的事物。然后,他会应用其在业务开拓方面的睿智,然后甘冒风险采取大胆举措,并付诸实践行动,拿出解决方案。在开展这一切的同时,他还十分重视员工和文化,是其员工最尊敬的首席执行官之一,也是一名首要的慈善家。他利用其商业平台,让自己和公司为更崇高的理想而奋斗。他用自己的声音和影响力推动男女公平薪酬,?;ば陨偈禾澹↙GBTQ)的权利,并为诸多重要的事业提供支持?!?/p>

卡洛琳·塔斯塔特,宝洁北美业务集团总裁

第44名

“说到消费者零售包装货物之外的行业,我非常敬佩[国际货币基金组织总裁、女主席]克里斯汀·拉加德。她成就卓著,打破了阶级天花板,尽管在职业生涯中遭遇了诸多障碍,她依然笑对人生。但是我最敬佩的还是她的才干、韧劲以及在遇冷时依旧讲真话(她肯定会说)的决心。她一直都在积极倡导女性权益、思想的多元化、地球?;ひ约按笾诘母l??!?/p>

玛丽·迪伦,Ulta Beauty首席执行官

第45名

“我非常敬佩麦当劳荣誉董事长安迪·麦肯纳。在实现芝加哥和美国董事会的多元化方面,没有人可以与其相提并论。安迪毫不吝惜自己的关系和经验,不遗余力地培养下一代领袖,并教导他们如何领导。对于我个人来说,他给予了我莫大的支持,当时我是麦当劳从外行业招聘的首位女高管。在我担任美国Cellular以及后来的Ulta Beauty首席执行官之后,他依然给予了很大的支持。多亏了他的教导,我才能进入商圈,而且他的教导方式我以前可谓是闻所未闻。在钦佩之余,我也非常感激他所给予的谆谆教诲?!?/p>

哈琳娜·福尔克斯,哈德逊湾公司首席执行官

第46名

“前哈佛大学校长德鲁·福斯特。德鲁此前是历史学教授,作为变革推动者和哈佛校长的她让很多人感到惊讶不已。在她身上,我最欣赏的品质是她认真倾听的能力和她的稳健?!?/p>

凯斯林·马瑞诺,赫兹全球控股总裁兼首席执行官

第50名

“通用汽车的首席执行官玛丽·巴拉。我曾有幸与玛丽共事。她是一位可信、平易近人的领导。即便需要做出艰难决定,她依然充满信心。她最看重通过短期的业绩来创造长期的价值,而这一直都是果敢领导的标志?!保ú聘恢形耐?/p>

撰稿人:Kristen Bellstrom、Grace Donnelly、Matt Heimer、Emma Hinchliffe、Aric Jenkins、Beth Kowitt、Monica Rodriguez、Lisa Marie Segarra、Lucinda Shen、Jonathan Vanian、Phil Wahba和Jen Wieczner。

译者:Pessy

审校:夏林

As we put together our annual Most Powerful Women ranking, we wondered, who inspires the women who inspire us? Fourteen women on Fortune‘s 2018 list told us which other CEO or executive—outside their industry—they admire most. It’s a surprising and diverse list, though there is one name that comes up again: Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors.

Marillyn Hewson, Chairman, President, and CEO, Lockheed Martin

No. 1

“I admire Anne Mulcahy. She was a leader who became CEO during a particularly difficult time for Xerox. When she took over, she strongly engaged her customers, made bold decisions, and led her company with distinction.”

Judith McKenna, President and CEO, Walmart International

No. 14

“I really admire Carolyn McCall, who is currently the CEO at ITV plc in the UK. I think of her as a leader who is courageous, innovative, smart, and clear. All of these are important attributes to successfully lead organizations and teams. During her time as CEO of easyJet, they increased value significantly, which I believe is because she set a clear business strategy based on providing value and building out a broader customer proposition. She stayed true to the strategy while being innovative and listening to easyJet passengers. Under her leadership, easyJet was voted the best low-cost airline in Europe. Now she’s using her innovative spirit to create change at ITV and take them into the digital age.”

Ann Marie Campbell, EVP, U.S. Stores, Home Depot

No. 16

“I have great admiration for Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors. I’m so impressed by her rise in a male-dominated industry, as well as how she navigated the 2014 recall crisis at GM during her first year as CEO.”

Pam Nicholson, President and CEO, Enterprise Holdings

No. 17

“I greatly admire fellow St. Louis CEO Diane Sullivan [CEO of footwear company Caleres]—she is truly one of a kind, full of drive and passion, and also really fun and down to earth. Diane’s bottom line at Caleres speaks for itself, as she produces amazing results year after year in the highly competitive fashion industry.”

Leanne Caret, President and CEO, Defense, Space & Security, and EVP, Boeing

No. 23

“Laura Bush. I’ve been fortunate to meet her and I’m so impressed with how she has served others throughout her life. Her advocacy for women and girls around the world is truly inspiring. Everybody knows what she did as first lady. What she’s doing today with the George W. Bush Institute’s Women’s Initiative is a wonderful next chapter, not only for her but for all the people she will help. She is an incredible leader and a true force for good.”

Geisha Williams, President and CEO, PG&E

No. 24

“Mary Barra of General Motors. She’s a female CEO in a male-dominated field who started on the front lines and then rose through the ranks of one of the most well-known companies in the nation and an icon of the auto industry. She’s not only demonstrated that she can lead in a crisis, she’s done it with grace and effectiveness.”

Vicki Hollub, President and CEO, Occidental Petroleum

No. 28

“Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin.”

Beth Ford, President and CEO, Land O’Lakes

No. 30

“Satya Nadella from Microsoft addressed our farmer-members last year and I was struck by the way he is connecting technology to impacting the world by anchoring his company in a sense of purpose and identity.”

Julie Sweet, CEO North America, Accenture

No. 32

“It’s a tie between Mary Barra and [Kaiser Permanente CEO] Bernard Tyson—both are very successful self-made leaders and stewards for their companies and communities. They lead from the front with integrity, purpose and compassion.”

Michele Buck, President and CEO, Hershey

No. 42

“I have great admiration for Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce. Marc is an inspiration to me. He is the epitome of a visionary with a keen imagination and an ability to look forward and see what others don’t. He then applies his savvy entrepreneurial business acumen and bent to risk taking to make bold moves and take action to advance solutions. He does all that while valuing people and culture, being one of the most admired CEOs by his people, and while being a leading philanthropist who uses his business platform to deliver on a deeper purpose for himself and his company. He has used his voice and influence to advance gender pay parity, to defend LGBTQ rights, and in support of many important causes.”

Carolyn Tastad, Group President, North America, Procter & Gamble

No. 44

“If we stay outside of the CPG industry, someone I admire greatly is [IMF managing director and chairwoman] Christine Lagarde. Highly accomplished. Clearly breaking glass ceilings. Flourishing despite many barriers that have been put in her way. But what I admire the most is her intellect, her tenacity, and her determination to speak truth (as she would say) even when unpopular. She has been a strong advocate for women’s representation, for diversity of thought, for our planet, and for people in general.”

Mary Dillon, CEO, Ulta Beauty

No. 45

“Andy McKenna, chairman emeritus of McDonald’s, is someone I admire greatly. He has done more to diversify board rooms in Chicago and across America than anyone I know. Andy is incredibly generous with his relationships and experience to help the next generation of leaders grow and lead. For me personally, he was incredibly supportive when I became the first C-level female leader hired from the outside at McDonald’s. His support continued when I became CEO of U.S. Cellular and then Ulta Beauty. He has also been instrumental in introducing me to the business community in ways I would have never known otherwise. I not only admire him, but am incredibly grateful for his mentorship.”

Helena Foulkes, CEO, Hudson’s Bay Company

No. 46

“Drew Faust, former president of Harvard. As a former professor of history, Drew surprised many people by becoming a change agent and president of Harvard. The qualities I admire most in her are her ability to listen deeply and her steadiness.”

Kathryn Marinello, President and CEO, Hertz Global Holdings

No. 50

“Mary Barra, General Motors’ CEO. I’ve had the pleasure to work with Mary. She is an authentic, accessible leader. She is confident in making tough decisions. And her priority is long-term value creation over short-term results, which is always the sign of a courageous leader.”

Contributors: Kristen Bellstrom, Grace Donnelly, Matt Heimer, Emma Hinchliffe, Aric Jenkins, Beth Kowitt, Monica Rodriguez, Lisa Marie Segarra, Lucinda Shen, Jonathan Vanian, Phil Wahba, Jen Wieczner.

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