Our Leadership Principles
Our Leadership Principles aren't inspirational wall hanging. These Principles work hard, just like we do. Amazonians use them, every day, whether they're discussing ideas for new projects, deciding on the best solution for a customer's problem, or interviewing candidates.
Our Leadership Principles empower us to be owners and innovators while maintaining our customer centricity. We're willing to take risks - innovating requires failing.
Rubén Heras is an Amazon associate that combines his job at the Barcelona logistics center with his project Flamenco Queer. In the pursuit of his dream of being a flamenco dancer, he has broken down many gender barriers and has become an LGTBIQ+ rights advocate. He is one of the winners of the Amazon Stars initiative, which promotes the talents among the company’s employees.
During the lockdown in France, Michaël took part in the “Start from Scratch” workshop set up by Amazon, in partnership with Tekkie Unie, aimed at introducing primary school pupils to programming. He loved it and even plans on creating video games with his friends.
A roundup of actions Amazon has taken to reduce the spread of the coronavirus while supporting those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19.
Marina, who has been working at Amazon in France for over a year, is particularly glad to be working in an environment that takes into account the fact she is deaf. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, they have all been wearing inclusive face masks that allow for fluid communication.
AWS re/Start is a training and job placement program in the UK from Amazon Web Services (AWS) educating learners with little or no technology experience on software development and cloud computing.