Conscious Capitalism: contradiction in terms, or way of the future? Timothy Henry and Raj Sisodia, co-founders of the Conscious Capitalism movement and co-authors of ‘Conscious Capitalism - The Field Guide' get together and discuss current topics from the perspective of enlightened, conscious entrepreneurs and businesses.
Episode #16: The Healing Organization
Raj and co-author Michael Gelb discuss the book that wrote itself. Businesses that are more human and more successful - changing the narrative about business.**If you enjoy this podcast, would you consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It...
Episode #15: LOVE at work with Kip Tindell
Love and caring in the workplace? What’s the alternative? Kip Tindell co-founder and long time CEO of The Container Store grew revenue at 20% per annum and was twice listed as the best place in America to work- and on the list for 20 straight years!...
Episode #14: Purpose-Driven business
Best country in the world for Purpose-Driven business? Think UK, and Ed Boyd, and the effort of ReGenerate to do just that! **If you enjoy this podcast, would you consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes only a few seconds and...
Episode #13: Stakeholder Theory
This week we are honored to welcome R. Edward Freeman, "father" of Stakeholder thinking, Professor at University of Virginia and author of The Power of And: Responsible Business Without Tradeoffs.**If you enjoy this podcast, would you consider leaving a...
Episode #12: making Purpose matter
What do Southwest Airlines, Wal-Mart, Wholefoods and the Red Cross have in common? Chief Purposologist Haley Rushing! Listen to her experience with making purpose matter for the last 20 years**If you enjoy this podcast, would you consider leaving a...
Episode #11: where to start the journey to Conscious Capitalism? (Part 2)
This week, Timothy and Raj discuss with Doug Rauch, former President of Trader Joe’s and former CEO of Conscious Capitalism Inc., his journey to Conscious Capitalism, personally and at Trader Joe’s.**If you enjoy this podcast, would you consider leaving...
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very helpful to understand the making of great companies
an excellent series tackling what good business looks like, from the focus on stakeholders to the fostering of a caring culture via the importance of transparency and metrics and many qualities in between. A good structure to think about the elements that we used to bundle up in ‘soft skills’
Timely and important
Especially in these tough times, this podcast offers great advice for businesses and business leaders
Excellent start! Important topic that is must for all business leaders.
Looking forward to learning more and getting inspired.