Keith Tandowsky recently retired from a 35-year career at The Clorox Company, a world-class Fortune 500 consumer products company, where he had spent the last 19 years as an executive officer, including time on the Clorox Executive Committee and extensive experience working with the Clorox Board of Directors. Keith started in the Finance function and played many roles as a business partner in all areas of financial management and information technology (Keith also held the role of SVP – Chief Information Officer for 7 years).
Keith had leadership responsibility for teams as small as 10 and as large as 400 people. Over the last twelve+ years of his career, Keith developed expertise in High Performance Executive Team Coaching and had the opportunity to coach many of the key leadership teams and top-ranking individuals at Clorox. He is passionate about the impact collaborative high performing teams can have on business results and the important steps it takes to get there.
Given his belief in this approach as one of the last areas of competitive advantage, Keith is devoting himself to this area in his retirement from Clorox, developing and coaching corporate teams/individuals in high performance. In addition to private clients, he’s also come full circle and is now at his alma mater, UC Berkeley, working with the Haas Executive Education program and the UC Berkeley Engineering School’s Fung Institute. He completed his undergraduate work in Economics followed by an MBA from the Haas Business School.