They often say that life isn’t about capturing awards. However, there are certain awards that mean something. They aren’t simply on your shelf for the sake of being on your shelf. They have special value and they stand out from the rest of the trophies and awards.
That is certainly the case with Brian Bonar and his award for Cambridge Who’s Who® Registry. Only two men and two women receive it, so you have to have done something special to achieve it and obtain it. Brian Bonar certainly has done that with his career in order to achieve the award. As far as what they are looking for when it comes to this award, they are looking for: professional accomplishments, academic achievements and leadership abilities.
Let’s talk about professional accomplishments, first of all. When it comes to those, Brian has almost thirty-years of professional management experience in the financial sector. As they say, you can’t buy experience. Either you have it or you don’t.
When you have it, it is truly something special. It means you are able and willing to be able to handle anything that life throws your way and nothing is too challenging or overwhelming. He was a tremendous manager and knew how to get the best out of his employees and make them feel like they were special, unique, and one-of-a-kind. He had that personal touch. Learn more about Brian Bonar: https://about.me/brianbonar and http://www.whitepages.com/name/Brian-Bonar
When it comes to being a leader, the same can be said for Brian Bonar. He knew how to be a leader and how to get the most out of his staff. He never pushed them too hard, as he knew that was a management style that would backfire. It would cause employees to resent him, not look forward to going to work, and put on them on pins and needles.
He knew everyone’s strengths and weaknesses and knew what some could handle and others could not. Because of this, he treated them a special way depending on the person he was talking to and interacting with.
As far as education, Brian Bonar has a Ph.D. and, to me, this shows that he is a man that cares about education and cares about going the extra mile with his education. As they say, knowledge is power, and the more you know, the better off you will be in the long run, without question. You can never learn too much or have too much knowledge at your disposal.
All of these traits and qualities, awards, schooling, and leadership have helped Brian land this award. It is a testament to him and all that he stands for as an individual and a human being. I have a feeling this won’t be the last time he wins this award.
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