Larry Baer the Giants CEO would work in the media sector with the company Westinghouse Broadcasting and CBS Incorporated. He became the SF Giants CEO in 2012. Baer served as CEO when the Giants won the World Series in 2012 and 2014.
Baer stays abreast of current events by reading three newspapers. He manages to exercise after he wakes at nearly 6:00 am. Larry Baer feels collaboration with individuals affects his productivity. Baer uses his Sunday to spend time with his family. When creating ideas, Baer believes it helps when he is able to talk to the people via phone or in-person meetings.
The Giants CEO also was responsible for building Oracle Park. Prior to being CEO, Baer served as the Executive Vice President in 1992. His work with the 2007 All-Star Game was influential in Comcast starting a network in the Bay area. He has been responsible for having San Francisco Giants’ players Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner, stay with the team for a long time.
As the Chairman and CEO of Giants Development Services, Baer is set to develop a neighborhood called Mission Rock. Once Mission Rock is completed, it is expected to have 1,500 residential units. Baer also gains excitement from seeing how the younger generation is getting involved with social justice. He feels the youth are showing more passion regarding social justice than people his age.
Baer believes that the United States will prosper once the country comes together. He believes by forming bonds with his personnel and having a good team creates success for a company. Baer feels his best use of $100 was to pay for a subscription on the app called Headspace. Baer spends time meditating daily due in part to Headspace. Baer suggests that everyone should read President Obama’s memoir. Go here for additional information.
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