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So we started asking ourselves: What kind of less obvious metrics could we use to actually evaluate our employees sense of meaning, or our customers sense of emotional connection with us? For example, we actually started asking our employees, do they understand the mission of our company, and do they feel like they believe in it, can they actually influence it, and do they feel that their work actually has an impact on it? We started asking our customers, did they feel an emotional connection with us, in one of seven different kinds of ways. Miraculously, as we asked these questions and started giving attention higher up the pyramid, what we found is we created more loyalty. Our customer loyalty skyrocketed. Our employee turnover dropped to one-third of the industry average, and during that five year dotcom bust, we tripled in size.因此我们开始自问:什么样的不明显的衡量标准能被我们用来评估我们的雇员的归属感,或我们的客户与我们公司的情感维系程度?例如,我们开始询问问我们的员工,是否理解我们公司的目标,他们是否对此表示认同,他们能否确实的影响到它,他们能否感到他们的工作能够实实在在地实现着为这些目标。我们开始问我们的客户,问他们是否感觉到与我们之间的情感联系,七种不同情感联系方式之一。出乎意料的是,当我们问这些问题,并开始关注我们的金字塔顶端的更高层次需求时,我们发现我们我们拥有了更多的忠诚。我们客户的忠诚度暴涨。我们的员工离职率降至酒店行业平均职工流动率的三分之一。在五年的互联网危机中,我们的企业规模翻了三倍。As I went out and started spending time with other leaders out there and asking them how they were getting through that time, what they told me over and over again was that they just manage what they can measure. What we can measure is that tangible stuff at the bottom of the pyramid. They didnt even see the intangible stuff higher up the pyramid. So I started asking myself the question: How can we get leaders to start valuing the intangible? If were taught as leaders to just manage what we can measure, and all we can measure is the tangible in life, were missing a whole lot of things at the top of the pyramid.现在,我走出来,花时间与其他领导者交流问他们是如何度过这个困难时期的时候,他们一次又一次的告诉我他们只是管理那些他们可以衡量的东西,而那些位于金字塔底部可以衡量的有形的东西。他们甚至不看金字塔中更高层的那些无形的东西。所以我开始问自己:如何我们才能让领导者开始重视无形的的东西?如果领导者们只是被教育去管理那些可以衡量的,并且所有我们所能衡量的是生命中有形的东西,我们就失去了位于金字塔顶部的整个部分。So I went out and studied a bunch of things, and I found a survey that showed that 94 percent of business leaders worldwide believe that the intangibles are important in their business, things like intellectual property, their corporate culture, their brand loyalty, and yet, only five percent of those same leaders actually had a means of measuring the intangibles in their business.所以我又去学习一些事情。我发现在一份报告,其中显示世界上百分之九十四的商业领袖相信无形资产对于他们企业至关重要,例如知识产权、企业文化、品牌忠诚度等。然而这些领袖中只有5%的人有办法衡量这些在企业中的无形资产.201402/274727Washington is dysfunctional today largely because people cant find anything they work together on华盛顿今天之所以功能失调 很大程度上是因为他们没法找到任何一件能一起为之奋斗的事情They think our difference is more important than what we are in common.他们认为我们的不同点比我们的相同点更重要Wait for the next election maybe you get the power就等着下回选举了 说不定你们能获胜当选呢And I say that, because everyone of us has to make a decision like that everyday我之所以这么说 是因为我们每个人每天都将面对这样的选择You cant live in a world that is interdependent where the walls come down and borders look more like nets除非大多数人相信我们身上所具备的共同点 远比那些有趣的差异更值得关注You cant keep every bad thing out anywhere unless most people believe that what we have in common is more important than our interesting differences否则你不可能在一个围墙已经倒下 国界更像网一样的相互依存的世界中生存 不可能阻止一切不好的事情发生Turns out, there is not only a religious spaces for this and all fates实际上 不仅在宗教领域是如此 更适用于所有领域The Koran said that Allah put different people on the earth not that they might despise one another but that they might know one another and learn from one another古兰经说阿拉让这世上存在不同的人 不是要让人们互相轻视 而是要让他们互相了解 互相学习The Torah says that he who turns aside from a stranger might as well turn aside from the most high God西五书里讲到 一个对陌生人不闻不问的人 很可能也会对至高的神不管不顾The Christian Bible says that you should love your neighbor as yourself,圣经告诉我们应像爱自己一样爱我们的邻居And it is the second most important command after Loving God这是在第一条诫命爱上帝之后最重要的一条The domapada of the Buddhist says that you are not truly human unless when you see the arrow piercing your neighbors body you feel it as if it had pierced yours佛经里说 除非当你看到你的邻居受到伤害的时候 你能够感同身受 否则你就不是一个真正的人 201507/385858Not to be afraid of a failure, the opportunity to begin again不会因为失败而感到畏惧 有机会从头再来This whole thing comes down in the end to what do we think the future would be better if we face it with open hands or closed fists.这一切说到底 都取决于 我们认为要以张开的双手还是握紧的双拳 来面对未来 才能让未来变得更好One of the things that heartened me when President Obama asks Hillary to be secretary of State and she said yes奥巴马总统请希拉里做国务卿的时候 她同意了 这件事让我感到鼓舞And they developed this, not just a working relationship,于是他们就发展了一段 不仅仅是工作关系but this amazing friendship which I just watched with great interests is that they had fought this... Oh come on guys, get a life here还是一种很棒的朋友关系 我一直饶有兴趣的观察着这对关系 他们一起奋战在 哦 拜托 伙计们 抓重点啊When youre as old as I am, youll be able to laugh about this stuff is that they fought this huge campaign tooth and nail, trench campaign down to the end,当你们到我这个年龄时 你们才能嘲笑这种事情 他们一起奋战在这场竞选大战中 直到最后 这场不可开交 你争我夺的竞选He was big enough to ask her to be secretary of State他有足够的胸怀让她来担任国务卿She was big enough to take it她也有足够的胸怀来接下这个重任They trusted each other他们信任彼此And they both acknowledged that the differences in their positions were not that profound, and there was a world out there that had to be healed并且他们都认识到 他们在立场上的分歧并没有那么深 更何况整个世界还等着人们去治愈a world that America had to make a place in and a world we have to try to make worth for the things we believe in美国还要在这个世界上占有一席之地 我们还要让我们所信仰的东西在世界上彰显价值And it was amazing and这实在太令人惊奇了I would travel around the world as my foundation works in 70, 80 countries depended on what projects we are doing in a given year.我的基金会在全球七八十个国家都有项目 我会根据我们一年当中所要做的工作周游世界All these politicians I used to know are all just marveled at this.我过去所有熟知的政客们都对此非常惊奇And I said this is the way the world supposed to work.我跟他们说 这才是世界应当运转的方式We have our differences, we have arguments, we have elections, and it is over and people join hands and work together我们有我们的差异 我们的争论 还有我们的选举 但这都已经结束了 那么大家就齐心协力 同舟共济 201507/385096

The decisions we make as consumers affect the lives of ordinary people thousands of miles away, in countries we may never visit.我们作为消费者所做的决定会影响到数千里之外普通人的生活。他们生活在我们可从没有去过的国家。If we buy illegal wildlife products, we are contributing to the extinction of whole species.如果我们购买非法的野生动物制品,我们就是在促成整个物种的灭绝。But there is good news, and if you remember one thing, I want you to remember this: We can win the battle.但是也有好消息,如果你们想要记住一件事,我就希望你们能记住这一点:我们能够赢得这场斗争。Each generation decides what it values.每一代人都可以决定什么事情最重要。Each generation can determine what we consider to be beautiful on the one hand, or unacceptable or immoral on the other.每一代人都可以衡量出一方面什么是美好的,另一方面什么又是不可接受和不道德的。We can act in solidarity with those fighting poaching and trafficking in their communities.我们可以和那些打击偷猎和走私的人们共同行动起来。I am absolutely convinced that China can become a global leader in the protection of wildlife.我完全相信中国可以在保护野生动物方面成为领导者。Your influence in the world means you can change the face of conservation in this century.你们在世界上的影响力意味着你们可以改变这个世纪自然保护的现状。This would be a contribution that would go down in history, one that your great grandchildren would speak of with great pride.这将是一个名垂青史的贡献,你们的子孙说起它的时候都会面带自豪。The greatest inheritance we can pass on to the next generation is a safe and sustainable environment: the priceless endowment of nature.我们可以留给后代最宝贵的遗产就是一个安全和可持续发展的环境,大自然无价的恩赐。Let us not tell our children the sad tale of how we watched as the last elephants, rhinos and tigers died out,让我们不要把悲伤的故事告诉我们的孩子,我们是怎样看着最后的大象、犀牛和老虎死去的。but the inspiring story of how we turned the tide and preserved them for all humanity.但我们要告诉他们振奋的故事,我们怎样逆转潮流为了全人类保护了这些动物。And in so doing, let us show the world that by working together we can stand up to the great challenges our planet and our families will face in the generations to come. xie xie. (thank you)请让我们告诉全世界,通过一起努力我们可以共同面对这个星球和我们的家庭在未来几代将会面临的挑战。谢谢!201601/420937

And yet, I know you know the truth. We all know that we are better than the cynicism and the pessimism that is regurgitated throughout Washington and the 24-hour cable news cycle.然而,我知道你们明白真相。我们的真实情况都知道我们比电视上24小时滚动播出的新闻更好,比充斥着华盛顿的那些愤世嫉俗和悲观主义情绪更好。Not my channel, by the way. We understand that the vast majority of people in this country believe in stronger background checks because they realize that we can uphold the Second Amendment and also reduce the violence that is robbing us of our children.顺便说一句,那不是我的电视频道。我们理解,在这个国家绝大多数人相信并持背景调查,因为他们明白我们可以持宪法第二次修正案,同时减少残杀我们孩子的暴力。They dont have to be incompatible.而这两者并不必水火不相容。And we understand that most Americans believe in a clear path to citizenship for the 12,000,000 undocumented immigrants who reside in this country because its possible to both enforce our laws and at the same time embrace the words on the Statue of Liberty that have welcomed generations of huddled masses to our shores. We can do both.我们知道大多数美国人相信让1200万没有合法身份的移民居住在这个国家成为公民会有一条清晰的路径。因为在捍卫法律的同时,我们还要拥抱自由女神像上的辞藻,而这些话语欢迎了一代代人到达美国的海岸。我们都能做得到。And we understand. I know you do because you went to Harvard.正如我们了解的那样,你们能理解,因为你们上了哈佛。There are people from both parties and no party believe that indigent mothers and families should have access to healthy food and a roof over their heads and a strong public education, because here in the richest nation on earth we can afford a basic level of security and opportunity.来自两党派和无党派的人同样坚信:贫困的母亲和家庭都理应获得使其健康的食物、住所以及强有力的教育持。因为我们现在正生活在全世界最为富有的国家中,我们有能力去提供安全与机遇最基础的社会保障。So the question is what are we going to do about it? Really what are you going to do about it?于是问题便随之而来:我们将对此有何打算呢?说真的,我们将要对此做些什么呢?Maybe you agree with these beliefs. Maybe you dont. Maybe you care about these issues and maybe there are other challenges that you, class of 2013, are passionate about.也许你是赞同这些理念的,也有可能你会持反对意见。或许你作为2013届哈佛的毕业生,对这些问题很上心,抑或是你把关注点放在了其他极具挑战性的事情上。Maybe you want to make a difference by serving in government. Maybe you want to launch your own television show.你可能想要通过行政工作改变我们的社会,你可能想要做自己的电视节目。Or maybe you simply want to collect some change. Your parents would appreciate that about now.你也可能仅仅是想收集一些零钱,你的父母暂时会赞扬你这样的作为。The point is your generation is charged with this task of breaking through what the body politic has thus far made impervious to change.关键是你们这一代人肩负着突破国家积年累月无法突破的重重围嶂的使命。Each of you has been blessed with this enormous opportunity of attending this prestigious school.你们每一位上了哈佛这所名校的人都拥有千万机会。You now have a chance to better your life, the lives of your neighbors and also the life of our country.现在你有机会来改善你的生活,改变你周围人的生活,以及整个国家的命运。When you do that let me tell you what I know for sure. Thats when your story gets really good.当你这样做的时候,我可以坚定地告诉你:这个时候,你的故事开始渐甄完美。201508/390583

And think about the friends who never got the chance to go to college but were still invested in your success—friends who talked you out of dropping out, friends who kept you out of trouble so that you could graduate on time, friends who forced you to study when you wanted to procrastinate.想想那些从来没有机会进入大学但依然为你们的成功出钱出力的朋友们吧——想想那些劝告你们不要辍学的朋友们,想想那些让你们远离麻烦以便你们能够准时毕业的朋友们,想想那些当你们想偷懒时强迫你们去学习的朋友们。Most importantly, tough, think of the millions of ids living all over this world who will never come close to having the chance to stand in your shoes—kids in New Orleans whose schools are still recovering from the ravages of Katrina; kids who will never go to school at all because theyre forced to work in a sweat shop somewhere; kids in your very own communities who just cant get a break, who dont have anyone in their lives telling them that theyre good enough and smart enough to do whatever they can imagine; kids who have lost the ability to dream. These kids are desperate to find someone or something to cling to. They are looking to you for some sign of hope.但是最重要的,想想世界上还有数百万计的孩子们,他们永远不会像你们一样离机会如此之近——想想纽奥良的那些孩子们,他们的学校遭受了卡特里娜飓风的肆掠,目前还在修复;想想那些将永远没有机会上学的孩子们,他们会被迫在世界各个角落的血汗工厂里做工;想想你们自己社区里的孩子们吧,他们没有这么好的运气,在他们的生命里没有人告诉他们,他们聪明优秀,足以完成他们想象的任何事情;想想那些失去梦想的孩子们吧。这些孩子们迫切想找到可以依赖的人或事物。他们想要从你们那里看到希望的曙光。So, whenever you get y to give up, think about all of these people and remember that you are blessed. Remember that you are blessed. Remember that in exchange for those blessings, you must gives something back. You must reach back and pull someone up.所以当你们准备放弃的时候。想想所有这些人,记住你们是幸运的。记住你们是被祝福的。记住,得到了这些幸福后,你们必须拿出东西来回馈社会,你们必须回过身去拉别人一把。 /201303/228914We need to ensure that these wetlands and forests我们必须保护这些湿地和森林that are our best and greatest and most critical它是对抗全球暖化最佳、最有利defense against global warming are protected,最重要的防线and we are not releasing that carbon bomb into the atmosphere.我们不能将这枚碳弹释放到大气中And we need to all gather together我们必须团结一致and say no to the tar sands.向油砂说不And we can do that. There is a huge network我们可以做到这一点,遍布全球的all over the world fighting to stop this project.庞大网络社群正致力于制止这项计划And I quite simply think that this is not我认为这不仅是something that should be decided just in Canada.加拿大本身该做的决定Everyone in this room, everyone across Canada,在座每位听众,每位加拿大国民everyone listening to this presentation has a role to play每位聆听这场演讲的人都该贡献心力and, I think, a responsibility.我认为这是一项责任Because what we do here因为我们的所作所为is going to change our history,将改变人类历史its going to color our possibility to survive,为人类生存的可能性带来希望and for our children to survive为下一代的生存带来希望and have a rich future.使他们拥有美好未来We have an incredible gift in the boreal,北方森林提供了an incredible opportunity to preserve不可思议的恩赐和机会,保存了our best defense against global warming,对抗全球暖化的最佳防御工具but we could let that slip away.但我们或许会让它消失无踪The tar sands could threaten沥青砂可能造成的威胁not just a large section of the boreal.不仅是北方森林大部分区域It compromises the life and the health也将危及一些of some of our most underprivileged and vulnerable people,弱势者的生命和健康the Aboriginal communities that have so much to teach us.危及对人类贡献良多的原住民小区It could destroy the Athabasca Delta,沥青砂将摧毁阿萨帕斯卡尔三角洲the largest and possibly greatest freshwater delta in the planet.它或许是世上最大、最壮观的淡水三角洲It could destroy the Great Bear Rainforest,它将摧毁大熊雨林-the largest temperate rainforest in the world.世上最大的温带雨林And it could have huge impacts它可能对on the future of the agricultural heartland of North America.北美农业腹地的未来造成巨大影响I hope that you will all, if youve been moved by this presentation,我希望在座各位,如果这场演讲令你动容join with the growing international community请加入逐渐壮大的国际社群行列to get Canada to step up to its responsibilities,督促加拿大尽一己之责to convince Canada to go back to being a climate change champion说加拿大再次成为对抗气候变化的斗士instead of a climate change villain,而非导致气候变化的罪魁祸首and to say no to the tar sands,向沥青砂说不and yes to a clean energy future for all.迎向拥有洁净能源的未来Thank you so much.十分感谢201410/331450

But Ill tell you, weve built a great company 我们建立起了一家伟大的公司but the best thing of all is we put that 111 model in 不过最重要的是 我们有这种111模式so today Im very proud to be able to tell you that 今天 我很自豪地告诉大家weve also given away more than 600,000 hours of community service this year 我们今年对社区务的贡献已经超过了60万小时weve also given away more than million in grants 我们还将5000万美元用于慈善事业and we run more than 20,000 nonprofits and NGOs我们为2万多家非营利机构和非政府组织for free on our service all over the world 提供全球范围的免费务and that was deep into our culture 这深深根植于我们的企业文化之中Thank you 谢谢大家And I can also tell you on the first day of employment our new employees come in在受雇于我公司的第一天 我们告诉新员工and we show them where their desk is and we show them where the kitchen is 他们的办公桌在哪 厨房在哪and that afternoon they all go out and they do something for someone else 而在下午 他们都要去为他人做点什么they go to our soup kitchens and they go to our homeless shelters 他们可以去流动厨房 可以去无家可归者的庇护所and they go to our hospitals 可以去我们的医院and they go out and learn 他们能够从中学到that Salesforce is a company that is about Salesforce这家公司building great technologies and being innovative and creating new markets 不仅创造伟大技术 开拓全新市场and also giving back and doing it simultaneously 还同时回馈社会 帮助他人And Ill tell you why that integrated business, that integrated life is so important 我要讲讲 为什么说这种整合型理念非常重要because the real joy in life comes from giving 这是因为 生活的真正乐趣来自于施予it comes from service, it comes from doing things for other people 来自于务 来自于为他人做些什么That is what is so powerful about this 这就是这一理念的强大之处Nothing will make you happier than giving 没有什么能比施予让你更能体会到快乐Look around you today at this gorgeous campus 看看这个美丽的校园201601/422598Typewriters were very expensive and my family could not afford one.打字机非常昂贵,我的家庭负担不起。I was one of two kids from Baldwin County that was chosen to go to Washington along with hundreds of other kids across the country.我是鲍德温县两个被选中的孩子之一,和全国数以百计的其他孩子被选去华盛顿。Before we left, the Alabama delegation took a trip to our state capitol in Montgomery for a meeting with the governor.在我们离开之前,阿拉巴马州代表团去了趟我们在蒙哥马利的州议会大厦,会见了州长。The governors name was George C.Wallace.州长叫做乔治·华莱士。The same George Wallace who in 1963 stood in the schoolhouse door at the University of Alabama to block African Americans from enrolling.1963年,乔治·华莱士站在阿拉巴马大学校舍门阻止非洲裔美国人入学。Wallace embraced the evils of segregation.华莱士奉行邪恶的种族隔离主义。He pitted whites against blacks, the South against the North, the working class against the so-called elites.他让白人对抗黑人,南方对抗北方,工人阶级对抗所谓的精英。Meeting my governor was not an honor for me.与州长会面对我而言并非荣誉。My heroes in life were Dr. Martin Luther King, and Robert F.Kennedy, who had fought against the very things that Wallace stood for.我生命中的英雄是马丁·路德·金士和罗伯特·肯尼迪,他们与华莱士的立场针锋相对。Keep in mind, that I grew up, or, when I grew up, I grew up in a place where King and Kennedy were not exactly held in high esteem.你需要知道的是,成长的过程中,我是在一个金和肯尼迪并不备受尊敬的地方长大。When I was a kid, the South was still coming to grips with its history.当我还是个孩子的时候,南方仍然对其历史紧抓不舍。My textbooks even said the Civil War was about states rights. They barely mentioned slavery.我的课本里甚至说内战关乎国家权利。它们几乎没有提及奴隶制。So I had to figure out for myself what was right and true. It was a search. It was a process.所以我不得不为自己找出什么是正确的和真实的。这是一种找寻,一个过程。It drew on the moral sense that Id learned from my parents, and in church, and in my own heart, and led me on my own journey of discovery.它汲取了我从我的父母,教堂,和在我的内心习得的道德观念,引领我走上了自己的发现之旅。I found books in the public library that they probably didnt know they had.我发现了一些在公共图书馆可能不为人知的书。They all pointed to the fact that Wallace was wrong.它们都指出了一个事实:华莱士是错误的。That injustices like segregation had no place in our world. That equality is a right.在我们的世界不应存在不公和种族隔离。平等是一种权利。As I said, I was only 16 when I met Governor Wallace, so I shook his hand as we were expected to do.就像我说的,我遇见华莱士州长的时候只有16岁,所以我按照期望的那样与他握了手。But shaking his hand felt like a betrayal of my own beliefs. It felt wrong. Like I was selling a piece of my soul.但是与他握手感觉像是背叛了自己的信仰。那感觉很不对劲。就像出卖了一部分自己的灵魂。From Montgomery we flew to Washington. It was the first time I had ever been on an airplane.我们从蒙哥马利飞往华盛顿。那是我第一次乘飞机。In fact it was the first time that I traveled out of the South.事实上那是我第一次离开南部。On June 15,1977, I was one of 900 high schoolers greeted by the new president, President Jimmy Carter, on the south lawn of the White House, right there on the other side of the ellipse.1977年6月15日,我作为900位高中生的其中一个迎接新总统,总统吉米·卡特,见面会在白宫的南草坪上,就在椭圆的另一边。201512/414190Once when he was eating his contraband ramen有一次 他正在无照小摊旁边吃面next to the vendor, police started chasing the vendors and all the customers警察来了 开始驱赶小摊贩和顾客But my father told me但我的父亲告诉我that as he was running, he kept eating his noodles他一边跑一边还在吃他的面because he knew he wouldnt be able to afford any more因为他知道自己买不起另一碗面了My mother was born in China near Shanghai我的母亲出生在中国上海附近among a small community of Korean expatriates一个韩国侨民居住的小社区After returning to Korea, on a day she will never forget回到韩国后 有一天 她永远都不会忘记my grandmother went outside to hang the laundry and she never saw here again我的外祖母出去晾衣就再也没有回来she was probably either taken or killed by North Korean soldiers她可能是被北朝鲜士兵绑架或杀害了With the war closing in around her随着战争的临近at the age of 15, my mother became a refugee我的母亲在15岁时成了难民and literally walked, with her younger brother on her back为了躲避战火 她背着她弟弟for 200 miles to escape the fighting徒步走了200英里Luckily, she was able to resume her schooling in a tent in the southern city of Masan幸运的是 她在南部马山市的一顶帐篷里得以继续学业She was an excellent student and with great good luck她是一个好学生 非常幸运地she received a scholarship from a secret womens society in the ed States获得了美国一个秘密妇女学会提供的奖学金and enrolled as a freshman at Scarritt College in Nashville, Tennessee进入田纳西州纳什维尔的斯卡里特学院Through almost unthinkably divergent and unlikely paths通过几乎是无法想象的完全不同和不可能的路径my parents ended up meeting in New York City at a Christmas party我的父母最终在纽约市的一次圣诞聚会上邂逅相遇that gathered together the few hundred Korean students那次圣诞聚会聚集了几百名当时居住who were living in the ed States at that time在美国的韩国学生201502/358315

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