The Great Inquisition of Why. Andy Fujimoto. The Great Inquisition of “Why”. Why do we have wellness programs?.
"We will build a unique portfolio of Beauty and related brands, striving to surpass our competitors in quality, innovation and value, and elevating our image to become the Beauty company most women turn to worldwide."
"At U. S. Steel, creating value for our stakeholders is a priority. To ensure our long-term success, we aim to build value for our customers, employees, shareholders, creditors, and the communities in which we operate using the same responsible approach that has positioned us as a leader in our industry. "
"Our mission declares our purpose as a company. It serves as the standard against which we weigh our actions and decisions. It is the foundation of our Manifesto.
To refresh the world in body, mind and spirit.
To inspire moments of optimism through our brands and our actions.
To create value and make a difference everywhere we engage. "
“The passion is gone and inspiration is at a minimum. At that point, for most who show up every day what they do is just a job. If this is how the people on the inside feel, imagine how those on the outside feel. It is no wonder that manipulations start to dominate not only how the company sells its wares, but even how they retrain employees.”
Simon Sinek, Start with Why, pg. 185
Mary Lou Russ
In an interview with CBS Evening News, Weathers was asked, “Would you like to have Your Hands Back?” His response was “Sure. Would I like my hands back enough to go back to who I was? No.”