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Brooke Galietto February 9, 2011 LPA 4 The Four Seasons’s guiding principle is the Golden Rule – to treat others as you wish to be treated – and as such, Four Seasons strives to have a long-lasting, positive influence on the communities where we operate and on the people we employ and serve around the world. Initially, this vision statement may seem minimalist but after looking at a few different examples I like this one more and more. The reason I like this statement is not full of lofty goals or unrealistic hopes. Another reason why I appreciate this statement is because everyone no matter what their backgrounds are, can understand what the statement means and how to enact it. A unique aspect of this statement is that it brings you back to your
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Unformatted text preview: childhood and your most basic life lessons. It is amazing to me that sometimes the earliest most seemingly childish lessons you learn are the hardest to live by. Therefore, this short statement is a real challenge to the employees. Because we have trouble treating people the way we want to be treated daily. Also, it sets the standards for customer service higher then most. Rather than just treating customers like those who are paying you, you are to treat the employees like your friends, family members, or even how you yourself wants to be treated. Personal Statement Be the best I can be while making my peers the best they can be and my environment the best it can be....
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This document was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course MKT 291 at Miami University.

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