Can bad times bring out the best in business? Can a pandemic create a renewed sense of purpose in companies? Ask any of these leaders and the answer is “YES!” It’s easy to get caught up in the negative news surrounding COVID-19 – struggling businesses, startling unemployment statistics, and talk of an emerging recession. Yet, many bright spots surround us. For the conclusion of our Conscious Conversations virtual series, we delivered a GOOD NEWS BLITZ.
Conscious Capitalism Indianapolis · Leadership in the Time of COVID-19: Focusing on “We” Vs. “Me” Conscious Businesses do not exist without Conscious Leaders. But in a time when the focus is on personal and professional survival, how does the importance of “we” outweigh “me”? How can a business truly exemplify “we’re all in this together”? Join part III of our Conscious Conversations virtual series to hear two more local business stories highlighting the importance
Conscious Capitalism Indianapolis · Leadership in the Time of COVID-19: Pivoting & Keeping Perspective When the world turns upside down, survival depends on pivoting your business and keeping perspective. Easier said than done. But, not impossible. Learn from companies, with very different stories, on how they are doing just that. In part II of our Conscious Conversations virtual series, two local leaders share their journeys, lessons learned, and advice for other businesses guiding
In a world of uncertainty, how do you maintain a high level of care for the relationships that matter most? These unprecedented times are challenging us personally and professionally. Acting consciously during times of chaos may not be easy, but it is more important than ever. We invite you to replay this conscious conversation on supporting key relationships with employees, customers, and families during this difficult time. The discussion offers insight and advice from three
“Pay attention to the people at the back of the line.” Fitting words from Jim Hallett, KAR Global Chairman and CEO. It’s the story of his life. Raised by a single mother in Canada living below the poverty line, Jim learned two important lessons early on: give what you have, and you can accomplish anything if you outwork everyone else. His career began with selling cars before he could even afford to drive one. He