On the second day of the 2023 10X Growth Conference, attendees got to learn incredible business lessons from Kevin Turner. But don’t let his humble, soft-spoken demeanor fool you…
This legendary executive has overseen more than $1 TRILLION throughout his career. And it all began because he took a cashier position at Walmart…
How a Cashier Leveled Up to C-Suite Exec
Before Kevin Turner started in business, he was a normal kid in Stratford, Oklahoma who dreamed of a sports career. However, when he took a “temporary job” to get him through college, everything changed.
Turner found himself working up the ranks. And after teaching himself computer programming, he wrote their first receiving and logistics system.
As a result, he got the attention of the Founder of Walmart, Sam Walton, and became the company’s youngest Chief Information Officer.
FROM THERE, KEVIN TURNER’S EXECUTIVE CAREER CONTINUED TO SKYROCKET FOR OVER 3 DECADES!
The young CIO’s success at the big-box chain caught the attention of none other than Bill Gates…
From 2005 to 2016, Kevin Turner was the Chief Operating Officer for the Microsoft Corporation. As COO, he was responsible for operating the tech giant in 191 countries with over 70,000 employees…
On top of that, Microsoft had its highest-ever customer and employee satisfaction ratings during Turner’s tenure.
But after such an incredible career, what powerful insights did the business icon share exclusively at 10X Growth Con?
Kevin Turner on “Divine Discontent”
When they were on the 10X stage, Brandon Dawson asked Kevin Turner what all of the high-level founders had in common…
DIVINE DISCONTENT… THEY ALL WERE NEVER SATISFIED, AND ALL WERE STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE.
And at the end of the day, that is what it means to be great and 10X.
— 10X Growth Con Staff
IF YOU’RE NOT FIRST, YOU’RE LAST SO DON’T WAIT!
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