I have been working here since my student days. For 30 years on the shop floor, I have gone all the way from a milling machine operator to a line manager, head of the complex, and director of LMZ. It was a difficult, eventful, and interesting period. Of course, I have formulated for myself certain rules that are necessary for achieving the goal.
For example, it is important to promise only what you can do, and never promise what you cannot deliver. Always strive for more – that's how I made it. It's more interesting for me, and besides, a personal example is the best way to motivate colleagues to succeed.
My own experiences have convinced me that achieving a goal depends on each of us, and even the best initiative must be forced through. You can find the perfect solution, but it will be ignored and put on the back burner if you leave things to take their own course. Announcing an idea is not enough. If you want it to be embraced, take up, and do it.