Robert Thikoll is an amazing, well established man. He resigns in Davidson, North Carolina. Just three years ago he became Vice President of a 13 billion dollar business called Ingersoll Rand.
Ingersoll Rand is all about forming environments with a high regard to comfort and ease. Robert has been in charge of providing growth and development within the overall company. He studied at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona where he received two bachelor degrees in Political Science and Japanese. Quite the jack of all trades, Mr. Thikoll.
Robert recently said in an interview with CEOCFO Magazine that his number one day-to-day focus is all about the people. He spoke in high regards about the success of leaders working collectively with others is most effective. He deeply values hard work, teamwork, and comradery.
Robert is open to sharing his personal tips to the details, big and small, that contribute to his overall success. He notes in a recent article that if you function highly in the morning hours, it is best to set your schedule around that time for the best results. Though some find their momentum throughout the day, Robert is in favor of getting thought-leadership and meetings done early.
He is most excited by the swift advances being made in technology, and admires how no one is ever able to see what is coming next. Robert gives potent advice on being able to code switch into new work environments. He tells the public that it is never the best idea to force old ideas and successes from past experiences on a new team. He has learned that it has elevated his leadership quality, and eased him as a learner. He admits that it is okay to not have all of the answers, though he notes how painful a slow process can be.