Conscious Capitalism 101: The Basics of Business as a Force for Good
The Way of the J.E.D.I. in Conscious Companies
Civic engagement efforts connect values, purpose, and mission to your stakeholders and support business strategy. They impact the bottom line by: supporting employees, increasing brand loyalty and strengthening communities. Join us to understand what a culture of corporate civic engagement includes, and how you can bring these principles to your organization.
New to Conscious Capitalism or just need a refresher? This video is for you! Conscious Capitalism 101 covers all the basics like: Background of the Conscious Capitalism movement Understanding the mission of “elevating humanity through business” The four tenets of Conscious Capitalism – Higher Purpose, Stakeholder Orientation, Conscious Leadership, and Conscious Culture Why and how Conscious Capitalism provides a better way to do business This session sets the stage for embracing and embedding the tenets
The Future of Conscious Capitalism After COVID Ten years ago, Conscious Capitalism wasn’t taken seriously by mainstream businesses. Fast forward to one year ago and Conscious Capitalism was gaining traction with BlackRock, the Business Roundtable, and the World Economic Forum. Then COVID hit. The media called it an “acid test” for conscious business principles, predicting that companies would jettison them to survive. Instead, more businesses are joining the movement than ever before. So, what does
While most want to toast 2020 being over, we’d like to celebrate something different. Let’s step back and consider all the good things coming from this challenging year. With a little reflection, 2020 likely made us better people, better professionals, and better leaders ready to take on 2021. Join Conscious Capitalism – Indianapolis for some virtual small-group networking around the high points of 2020. Then we’ll have some “spirited” fun with our special guest Jim
Category: Conscious Leadership, Stakeholder Integration
The Jedi have a proverb: A plan is only as good as those who see it through. That also applies to J.E.D.I.: justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. The events of 2020 have conscious companies wanting to do better when it comes to social justice issues. Yet knowing where to begin in solving this sensitive topic is tough. What can companies do to support the movement, rather than simply addressing the moment? This is a discussion