Leading by Example in Work and Life

by Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler on February 9, 2012

in Tribute

This past weekend my husband and I were privileged to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of the man who was my boss at the investment firm of PaineWebber, from 1987-1989. Even at the age of 26, I knew I was the luckiest girl in the investment business. Robert

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J. Donato had given me the opportunity of a lifetime. It was one I would capitalize on later in my career, and always be grateful for. The most remarkable thing about Bob, then and now, is that he leads by example. All the brokers, including me, loved him for it; we would have walked through fire for him. He did not accept anything less than great performance from himself and others. We were all better for it, and we still are. In an era where a Youtube video entitled “Everything is Amazing and Nobody’s Happy” rings so true, what a gift it was to see Bob and his wife Vivian embracing life, their family and loyal friends, and still leading by example. Happy Anniversary Bob and Vivian.

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