Leadership Styles Employed at Eucatex

Flavio Maluf is the current president of Eucatex and has been able to maintain this position for the past two and a half decades. He is identified as a successful and established lawyer, engineer, and entrepreneur. He is son to a renowned politician, Mr. Paulo Maluf, who actively participated in the December 2, 1961 politics. The Maluf family owns the Eucatex Company and as such have entrusted Flavio Maluf to oversee its operations.

Being a graduate from Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP) situated in Sao Paulo, Flavio is best suited for the position of president at Eucatex. His competency is further supported by the leadership skills acquired in his studies abroad at the New York University where he studied Business Administration for one year.

Flavio Maluf career started in 1987 where he managed operations in the trading area before moving to the industrial area later on in 1996. At this time, he became part of the executive frame at Eucatex Group where with great collaboration from his colleagues managed numerous successes for the company.

An agreement involving the company’s stakeholders and the Maluf family appointed Flavio as the president of Eucatex Group. On his appointment, Flavio embarked on a modernization strategy as required by the company that saw to the opening of new plant in Sao Paulo and a factory in Botucatu. In addition to his remarkable leadership skills, Mr. Flavio is also a philanthropic individual as characterized by his efforts towards giving back to the community. He is involved in many charity and volunteer programs such as collaboration with the Hospital and Maternity Idio Carli, aimed at improving the healthcare industry.

Eucatex objectives are mainly focused on providing acoustic comfort by exclusively dealing with environmental issues. The company was established in 1951 and recorded as the first ever Brazilian organization to deal with environmental issues. Eucatex, which now serves as a leading manufacturer in furniture and construction materials, was also the first company in Brazil to use eucalyptus in the production of ceiling panels and tiles. The company has established its position globally as depicted by the beneficial partnerships it has engaged. Through the efforts of its president, Flavio Maluf, the company is able to understand and satisfy the needs of its customers both in the global and Brazilian market.  Follow Flavio on his journey on Twitter, and has prominently talked about Brexit and what it could mean for Brazil.

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