What is the most important aspect of your culture?
Heather Chastain, President, Shaklee, U.S. and CanadaDr. Shaklee taught these core values as the foundation of his philosophy and our opportunity: Put service to others ahead of profit and live In Harmony with Nature®. Our Leaders have lived by this code for decades, leading by example. In today’s Shaklee, we reinforce that culture by weaving it into the fabric of our opportunity. Making a “give back” event part of the unforgettable experience of each incentive trip, for example. A higher car bonus for qualifiers who choose a hybrid/electric vehicle. Offering everyone the chance to participate in disaster relief through Shaklee Cares®. True success isn’t about what you earn, but what you do to change people’s lives for the better.
Alexandra Gracik, President and CEO, SabikaCulture should not simply live in a framed poster on a wall. It must be lived out daily through conscious action and even more importantly conscious interaction. Sabika’s culture is rooted in a general respect for others, an entrepreneurial mindset and an authentic passion for connecting people. In my new role as CEO, it is my responsibility to take the culture I inherited and not only sustain it, but adjust it as needed. Maintaining a healthy culture requires taking the necessary steps to change the things that work against it.
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