Extra! Extra! Our CEO Interviewed by the New York Times
If you’re a loyal reader of the Sunday edition of The New York Times, then you’re familiar with the longstanding column “Corner Office,” which gives an in-depth interview each week with a different senior leader from a wide range of national and global organizations. Being selected to appear in the “Corner Office” is kind of a big deal, which is just one of the reasons why we’re so proud to see our very own Chairman and CEO, Sheryl Palmer, in the Sunday, January 29, 2017 column.
One-on-One and Sometimes Shoeless
In the interview Sheryl talks about her early years, her career challenges and why if you want to really know what someone is like, see how they act when ordering food at a restaurant.
There are a number of attributes that form leaders, including the courage to try new things. It’s also about being accessible, approachable and authentic. This role is what I do, but it’s not who I am, and I stay grounded with that.
Don’t take our (clearly very biased) word for it, and spend a few minutes reading the article for yourself. We guarantee you’ll walk away feeling like maybe, just maybe, you have a little better sense of what makes Sheryl tick and why Taylor Morrison has become the type of company it is today under her strong—and sometimes shoeless—leadership.