Brian Bonar recently was awarded the highly coveted and prestigious Cambridge Who’s Who® Executive of the Year in Finance. This is an award that means a great deal to him and something he takes a lot of pride in, as he knows what he does, his employees know what he does, but respect from others is always a great thing.
It can be hard to achieve respect from others. As they say, respect and trust are hard to gain and easy to lose. All of the work he has been doing for over thirty years has paid off and this is just validation of that.
When it comes to this award, they look for three things: professional accomplishments, academic achievements and leadership abilities. When it comes to professional accomplishments, I would say almost thirty years in Finance sticks out to me.
The world of Fiance isn’t for everyone and there is nothing wrong with that. However, Brian Bonar has always been right there in the field, working hard, and putting his nose to the grindstone. He gives it his all and doesn’t give up when the going gets tough. He just keeps pushing, keeps fighting, and keeps looking for new and innovative ways to keep the Fiance world afloat, surviving, and thriving.
When it comes to academic accomplishments, Brian Bonar has always taken school and education very seriously. He knows that it gives you all of the tools needed to succeed. The minute you think you know everything, you are in serious trouble. Read more: The New Frontier and Brian Bonar Receives Professional Networking Community’s Highest Honor
There is always something out there to learn and more information to be gained. Brian has always been willing to learn from anyone that has something to offer him in terms of knowledge and school. He holds a Ph.D as a matter of fact, so that shows you his level of education.
Finally, there is leadership. As the CEO, you are the leader of your team of men and women. They look to you for guidance, support, and help. He has always been an honest, fair, and reliable boss. He knows what to look for in employees and how to get the best out of them. Learn more about Brian Bonar: http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/trep/insiders?pid=79746390 and http://people.equilar.com/bio/brian-bonar-trucept–inc./salary/470203
He is not a yeller or a screamer. He doesn’t want his employees to walk on egg shells around him. He wants them to feel at ease, comfortable, and ready to take on the job with confidence. He believes in building them up, teaching them, and working with them, and then letting them do the job on their own.
He trusts his employees and knows they can handle it. He lets them go to work after showing them how to do it and stays out of their way without hovering over their shoulders every second.