Ever wondered how leaders manage to do a lot of activities and still excel at the end of the day? Well here is the secret, they wake up very early in the morning, sober, they hit the gym, have a healthy and solid breakfast, get their to-do list in check and make sure to execute it well before calling it a day. This is exactly what the President of StoneCastle Partners, LLC Mr. Stephen Rotella believes and does each day. For him, he makes sure to knock off three major initiatives. He attributes his success to staying focused on his people, engaging them in informal discussions, walks around, asking the right questions, among other interactions and read full article.
As a very prominent and productive entrepreneur, Stephen Rotella banks on simplicity. He stays focused on any minimally viable product and service. He believes that a manager should not treat people poorly as this would lead to a myriad of conflicts in the firm. However, he does not believe in looking backward as it is not productive. He explains that once you have had a setback, the most important thing is to collect yourself and forge forward. He focuses on always prioritizing on the most valuable resource. He advises that as a manager, he focuses on his customer’s desires and wants. He emphasizes on listening to your customer and the people they are close to in a given business and resume his.
Prior becoming the CEO of StoneCastle Cash Management, LLC, he was President of Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation. He has also been the Chief Executive Officer of Chase Home Finance, LLC, and also from 2001, he was Executive Vice President of JP Morgan Chase. He has also worked at WMI Holdings Corp where he became the Chief Operating Officer and President for three years up to October 2008. At WMI Holdings Corp, he was the president of retail banking and also Head of Home Loans Division for three months up to June 2005.
Stephen Rotella was born in 1953, he studied at the State University of New York, Stony Brook, and here, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in 1975. He thought that was still not enough as he later in 1978 progressed to the University of New York, Albany to pursue his Master’s Degree before starting his career, holding the administrative position in several institutions and learn more about Stephen.