The Most Loved Workplace Leaders Show with David Bywater CEO of Vivint Smart Home
About David Bywater
David Bywater was named Chief Executive Officer of Vivint Smart Home in June of this year. Bywater joined Vivint Smart Home after serving as CEO of Vivint Solar for the previous five years, where he oversaw significant efficiency gains across the company and successfully lead to Vivint Solar being acquired by Sun Run in a deal worth $3.2B. Prior to Vivint Solar, Bywater served as chief operating officer of Vivint Smart Home where he was responsible for customer operations, human resources, field service and supply chain management. Prior to his time with Vivint, Mr. Bywater held executive positions at Xerox as the chief operating officer for its state government services businesses, and at Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), one of the largest BPO and ITO companies in the world, managing several business units that encapsulated more than 60 different companies. Earlier in his career, Bywater served as a Senior Manager at Bain and was a consultant at Monitor, and is a graduate of BYU and Harvard Business School.
Vivint Smart Home is loved because...
|The company gives employees time to work on personal projects and receive feedback from people in the field. It’s also a fun place. Employees get to go to concerts and amusement parks.|
David Bywater Serves as a Model of Vivint Smart Home's Values because…
Since rejoining the company in 2021, David Bywater has met with leaders across all organizations, driving alignment and teamwork at all levels through. He also joined more than 1500 employees at a recent backpack drive to pack and deliver backpacks to more than 30,000 students across the US.
Louis Carter is the founder and CEO of Best Practice Institute, Most Loved Workplace, and Results-Based Culture. Author of In Great Company, Change Champions Field Guide, and Best Practices in Talent Management, as well as a series of Leadership Development books. He is a trusted strategic advisor and coach to CEOs, CHROs, and leaders of mid-sized to F500 companies – enabling change and steering employer brand development together with highly effective teams, leaders, and organizations as a whole.