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Video Archive One – Business Defining Your Purpose

Video Archive One – Business Defining Your Purpose

Video Library One

Video Archive One – For selected articles and presentations Jasper presents streaming videos featuring interviews with scientists behind the research and analysis from Jasper editors and contributors. To view the videos you will need the free Flash Browser Plugin…..

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Leadership the Productive and Moral Application of Influence !

The 20th century witnessed a lengthy battle between polar opposite views of how to organize and regulate economic activity. Although free market capitalism won that epic struggle decisively, it failed to capture the minds of intellectuals and the hearts of citizens. Corporations are probably the most influential institutions in the world today and yet many people do not believe that they can be trusted. Instead corporations are widely perceived as greedy, selfish, exploitative, uncaring – and interested only in maximizing profits.

Conscious Capitalism is a philosophy based on the belief that a more complex form of capitalism is emerging that holds the potential for enhancing corporate performance while simultaneously advancing the quality of life for billions of people. The Conscious Capitalism movement challenges business leaders to re-think why their organizations exist and to acknowledge their company´s role in the interdependent global marketplace. This thinking is based upon two guiding principles, 1. that business has a deeper purpose beyond maximizing profits and shareholder value, and 2. that business is managed to optimize the value for all of the interdependent stakeholders and because of the interdependent nature of these stakeholders this strategy will result in higher shareholder value.

Leadership as a leader, you have to take personal responsibility for the organisation’s VALUES. Ours is how we can make this organisation and others as HUMAN as the people that work in them. Leadership therefore is the productive and moral application of influence.

Globally Responsible Leadership and Business Management Education; what, why, how?

How do you create Globally Responsible Leaders? Academics and industry gathered over 3 months to create a paradigm shift in business management education; to create more than leaders who are ‘the best in the world’ – to create leaders who are ‘the best for the world’. These are their findings.

Nick Ellerby, a Director at the Oasis School of Human Relations

NEW BOOK – The Morality of Capitalism: Featuring John Mackey on the Morality of Business

In this 1 minute interview, Whole Foods co-founder, John Mackey, discusses the morality of business. Read his entire article in the new book – The Morality of Capitalism.

John Mackey on Conscious Capitalism

Transparent Businesses and Conscious Capitalism

Conscious Capitalism & the Stakeholder Theory of Business

Conscious Capitalism Applied Ethics

 

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