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    Howard Schultz, age 62 of Brooklyn, New York is currently the chairman and CEO of Starbucks..In 1982 Howard Schultz married Sheri Kersch. They now have two children, their son Eliahu is a sports writer for the Huffington post, Adison is their daughter. After high school, Schultz attended Northern Michigan university and graduated with a bachelors degree in communications in 1975. Howard became a salesman at Xerox later to go on to general manager of Hammarplast, a sweedish drip coffee company. As an employee of Hammarplast Schultz was introduced to a small coffee shop called Starbucks. Howard became a director of marketing for Starbucks a year later.In 1982 Howard Schultz married Sheri Kersch. They now have two children, their son Eliahu is a sports writer for the Huffington post, Adison is their daughter.…

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    “Dream more than others think practical. Expect more than others think possible. Care more than other think wise” Howard Schultz, Entrepreneur and CEO of Starbucks was motivated to start Starbucks from his love for coffee, and from growing up being poor. Howard wanted to change that to being successful, so he became an entrepreneur. Howard Schultz was born on July 19, 1953, in Brooklyn, New York. Howard is 61 years old; he is worth 2.4 billion. When he saw his parents struggling with their…

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    For eight consecutive years, Howard Schultz was Starbucks’ Chairman and Chief Global Strategist, but in 2008 he returned to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Schultz had the responsibility to grow Starbucks to the successful enterprise it is today with such positive leadership. In 2006, Schultz attended a legacy event for his mentor, Warren Bennis, sponsored by Harvard University’s Center for Public Leadership, where Schultz reflected on Starbucks’ impressive growth since Schultz and a…

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    Howard Schultz is the entreprenueur who is behind the company, many kinds of coffee are the product of this company, such as Caffè Mocha, Caramel Macchiato, Caffè Americano, Caffè Latte, Cappuccino espresso, Caramel Coffee Jelly, Vanilla Frappuccino, coffee Frappuccino and Mocha Frappuccino. The service of this firm is that make and sell coffee to their consumer, they also offer desert to people who intend to enjoy afternoon tea. Especially the creative style which include environmental design,…

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    Howard D. Schultz was born on July 19, 1953, and raised in the rough and tumble Bay View housing project in Brooklyn, New York. His mother worked as a receptionist and his father held a variety of jobs, none of which paid much or offered such basic benefits as medical coverage for him and his family. When Schultz was 7, his father lost his job as a diaper-service delivery driver after breaking his ankle. At the time, sick pay or even legally mandated disability assistance were luxuries to those…

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    year except in 2008 which was a result of the recession. However, Starbucks was able to rebound and pick back up with an increase in net income every year thereafter (Starbucks Corp (SBUX), 2014). With the increase in net income comes dividend payouts, Starbucks’ dividend growth over the last 3 years has been higher than 93% of the 175 companies in the Global Restaurants Industry (Starbucks Corp (SBUX), 2014). Starbucks was not always this successful and neither was Howard Schultz. Schultz grew…

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    After his trip to Italy, which caused him to fall in love with the Italian coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience. He had the vision to bring back the Italian coffee traditions to the United States. As a result of the combination of both, the original and the new vision, Starbucks was intended to become a place for conversation and sense of community. But, more than that Schultz wanted Starbucks to be the third place, between home and work. Howard Shultz experience is one of the…

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    The leader that encompasses my leadership style is Howard Schultz. He is the founder and CEO of Starbucks Corporation. Starbucks was started in 1971 and Howard Schultz acquired the brand from the prior owners in 1986 and launched it into the company as we know it today. “In 2014, the company’s revenue was US$ 16.45 billion, net income – US$ 2.07 billion. The total headcount network comprised over 149 thousand people. According to the data of 2014, there were 20737 Starbucks stores opened in…

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    There are some business stories which demonstrate to us that leaders who care that their employees’ benefits exist. The story of Starbucks is one of the great samples of servant leadership. Howard Behar, the former president of Starbucks Coffee Company elaborates his benefit of the leadership style at Starbucks in his book: It's Not About the Coffee: Leadership Principles from a Life at Starbucks (2007). He also discussed numerous difficulties they were faced with amid the quick development of…

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    Starbucks began in 1971 as a single store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market as a retailer and roaster of whole beans, ground coffee, tea, and spices. Starbucks was named after the first mate in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick and their logo reflects the mystical quality of the sea featuring the twin-tailed mermaid. The company’s mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time. In 1982, Howard Schultz was appointed director of retail operations…

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