Listening to the outsiders in any organization is not always seen as the most appropriate way of helping an organization to succeed. This means that organizations should always make sure they are working while at the same time blocking all the unnecessary voices that emerge from the external operations of the organization. However, the leadership role that Larry Baer has been holding does not allow him to hide what he has been finding or managing in the organization.

As the SF Giants CEO, Larry Baer is obliged to have one of the transparent organizations in the country and specifically in the region where he has been operating. It is essential to indicate that the team is significantly owned by the community, which means that those who have been handling the leadership of the team have been doing so on behalf of the community. Therefore, they must make sure they are meeting the needs of the community.

The Giants CEO is not a simple leader in Major League Basketball. He is an individual who holds a very influential position and who can easily determine how the entity should be operating. That is why those who have been in this industry have been respecting the person who has been placed in charge of this organization; Larry Baer, as they already know the influence, he has been able to accumulate over the years.

Larry Baer does not seem to be fazed by the fame he has been enjoying as the leader of this organization. He knows that he has some major roles to play in meeting the needs of the organization. He has the responsibility of operating transparently. This is the only way the people who have been supporting this club using their resources and their skills will have a perception that their efforts are not taken for granted.

He is also the Chairman of the Giants Development Services, which is now the emerging Mission Rock platform for an urban neighborhood situated on a 25-acre site athwart the McCovey Cove after the AT&T Park. In 1980, he earned the Phi Beta Kappa credit from California University. He boasts of Leadership Awards for Civic Leadership (1996), the Torch of Liberty (2001), Excellence in Achievement (2014) award. The SF Giants CEO is an active member in various strategic committees including the NBC sports bay. Watch this video clip on YouTube, for more information.


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