M: So who does he think he is, anyway, I can't believe the way that my boss has been ordering everyone around laterly, I mean, it's now like he is the CEO, or anything.
W: Um, Actually I am guessing you didn't get the MEMO. Your boss was selected to fill the vacancy in the CEO slot. He actually is the CEO now, or will be, as soon as the official press releases and hoop-la is done with.
M: Yikes! you are joking, right? I can't believe it. No wonder he is so stressed and bossy lately. I thought he was just being ostentatious by giving orders to people and all the different departments. What big shoes to fill!
W: No kidding! When the last CEO left, we were worried about the future of the company.
M: What does a CEO do anyway? I know the CEO makes the most money in the company, but what does he actually do?
W: He is responsible to the board of directors for everything that happens in the company. He or she must give leadership to all company officers, as CEO is also responsible for providing the guidance of philosophy of the company, and acting as official representative, or face of the company.
M: Must be one smart guy.
Now we'd like to hear from our chief executive officer, Ms. Anida Moler. Ms. Moler.
Thanks Allice. Just like what was expressed by many of the speakers today, I'd also like to talk about all the changes in store for us in the very near future. I'd like to remind you all of some of the basics we must stick to during the transitory period ahead. When you signed up with this company, you all recieved an employee handbook, in which you can find our mission statement, if you would all recite along with me.
"We would provide quality service at the lowest possible cost to our customers, while maintaining positive outlook, proactive mind and sight and efficient habbits."
Correct. Speaking as your CEO, I can assure you these principles will not change. We are opening many new production lines, but we will maintain or status.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-7008-128107-1.html