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Renee Joseph

Renee Joseph, vice president of Global Customer Sales and Enablement, is responsible for driving channel growth across the Johnson Controls Buildings and Technology ~$12 B product portfolio. This includes responsibility for developing and executing the global investments road map required to build channel sales capabilities, ease of doing business experience and customer loyalty.

Renee has had a distinguished 20+ year career introducing and executing strategies to drive growth within competitive markets. She is experienced in delivering strong revenues and profits, identifying business opportunities, executing account management, and positioning start-up and existing businesses for sustainable global growth.

Renee has deep knowledge of customer and sales enablement principles and is known for her customer perspective and ability to translate customer needs into value propositions thereby guiding product development, design and positioning.

She is also recognized for establishing, growing and leading top-performing teams. She is skilled in recruiting, developing and leading sales, engineering, business development, product management and operations teams to consistently exceed goals across constantly evolving business and market environments.

Renee is known for innovation, transformation and growth leadership, proven success in developing and implementing state-of-the-art processes and operational best practices that increased customer satisfaction, reduced operating expenses and improved quality, resulting in overall market share growth

Renee received her bachelor’s degree in marketing from Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and her executive MBA in leadership from American Management Association.

Her other interests include classical piano, watercolor painting, yoga, writing (published author of “Driving Bus Number 7”) and spending time with her seven grandchildren.

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