Maurizio Laudisa


In this week’s episode of Impact Teams Radio, Maurizio Laudisa, a very successful C level manager who has worked for some of the most prominent companies in the US. Tony MaurizioIn this interview, Maurizio shares his secrets in rising up the corporate ladder, as well as the biggest challenges he faced when he finally reached his goal. He narrates how he was able to get diversity in the workplace, managerial and technological differences in order to create a more effective company. He also demonstrates how properly utilizing work experience can ultimately help you achieve future goals. His previous job with IBM for example, has eventually helped him in a totally unrelated niche, when he was working for Harlan Laboratories.

Maurizio has also faced several challenges in his career, but overall, declares that it all evolves around the people aspect of the business. He delves deeper into the different facets of this people aspect that should be balanced well in order for a company to be successful. If anybody wants to move forward in their career, Maurizio explains that time and emphasis should always be centered on people, taking the effort to hire, and ensuring that they are where they function best.

Maurizio leaves the listeners with some very important advice on leadership training if you want to move up the corporate ladder. Learn how to allocate your people resources, allow them to use their key skills and learn effective communication in the workplace. Learn these three, and you’re likely to move up the corporate ladder.

For photography buffs Maurizio has a great portfolio worth checking out.

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