Being the leader of any group, organization, or business isn’t easy, and requires many years of previous experience in order to lead such entities to success in the industries they operate in.
Employees often don’t respond well to managers being hired that haven’t put in as much labor as they have, which results in big trouble for the organizations they’re collectively a part of.
These issues haven’t plagued JHSF Participacoes South America since José Auriemo Neto was named chairman and chief executive officer – effectively making him the president of the organization – in 2011. Although many thought that he wouldn’t be able to lead one of Brazil’s most popular, most prominent real estate development firms to success, José Auriemo Neto has proven all of his critics wrong in the seven years he’s been the head executive and figure of supreme leadership for JHSF Participacoes.
José Auriemo Neto’s father founded JHSF Participacoes roughly forty years ago, and led the organization to having hundreds of employees under its proverbial belt, which collectively oversaw the production of some of the most prominent and recognizable buildings and other developments in Brazil.
Mr. José Auriemo Neto found employment with the company when he was just 17, though it wasn’t in any managerial or executive capacity – it was as an office worker. During his term in the office of the company, José Auriemo Neto was responsible for printing papers, fetching coffee and other food and drink items for other employees, and otherwise helping them out.
Although the position was far from glorious, Mr. José Auriemo Neto was able to gain substantial respect throughout the years, especially being forced to work his way up from the bottom and make a name for himself.
The company is most recently known for the production of Cidade Jardim.
His LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jos%C3%A9-auriemo-neto-8b1910148/