The Decision is about conscious capitalism, a new way to define success in business that goes a level higher than raw profit to consider core purpose, stakeholder orientation, conscious culture and conscious leadership. We interview business leaders who’ve made their own decisions on the winding path to harnessing the power of capitalism for good, and share their real-world lessons with you. Made possible by Conscious Capitalism Seattle.
The Decision – Capitalism Redefined – Nick Hanauer
Nick Hanauer, one of Seattle’s best known venture capitalists and civic activists, discusses his mission to redefine the core tenets of capitalism.
The Decision – Go Slow to Go Fast – Brett Alston and Brett Clifton of RedCloud Consulting
Brett Alston and Brett Clifton, Managing Partners of RedCloud Consulting – recently named the fastest growing private company in Washington State – discuss their values-based approach and how they’ve carved out a contrarian path in ...
The Decision – Trust Your Crazy Ideas – Rashelle Tanner of Microsoft
Rashelle Tanner, Attorney with the Office of Legal Compliance at Microsoft, walks us through her “crazy idea” that led to a wholly new approach to company-wide training in ethical decision making, what she learned about ...
The Decision – Sustainability Is a Journey – Jacqueline Drumheller of Alaska Airlines
Jacqueline Drumheller, Sustainability Manager at Alaska Airlines, offers a frank analysis of the successes and challenges of sustainability leadership in the airline industry.
The Decision – Give First – Brett Greene and Red Russak of New Tech Northwest
Brett Greene and Red Russak, cofounders of New Tech Northwest, talk about the role a “give first” ethic played in helping New Tech Northwest become a beacon in the Seattle tech community — and the ...
The Decision – Keep Clam and Hire Optimists – Bob Donegan and Patrick Yearout of Ivar’s
Bob Donegan (President) and Patrick Yearout (Director of Recruiting and Training) of Ivar’s detail how conscious capitalist principles helped them overcome a major disruption to their flagship location on Seattle’s waterfront.