Usually, this annual gathering brings hundreds of people together to share ideas and hear from inspiring Conscious Capitalism leaders. Instead, registration is now free, and sessions are shifted to web-based conferences – all at no charge through May 1. Register and learn more here for sessions.
Leading with purpose and mission is a key element of this year’s Conscious Capitalism annual conference, and responses to the pandemic and its effects on commerce clearly are a priority for people and companies of all sizes. This is a rare chance to learn from each other and meet both local contacts and chapter members from around the world. Many speaker presentations and slide decks from this year – and previous conferences – are available at the YouTube channel and via links from the conference website.
Sessions on Monday-Thursday are open to join your fellow Conscious Capitalists and share, and learn together to find creative, stakeholder-oriented solutions to current challenges.
On Fridays, CCI staff help you to develop leadership and interactions to best serve your team and community, in an extended discussion format across a wide spectrum of locations and industries.
For instance, Kip Tindell, founder and former CEO of the Container Store, spent an hour detailing how he sees the world’s movement toward sustainability, economic fairness and other benefits all coming together in a way that resembles the critical mass of earlier eras, including the 1960s U.S. civil rights movement. He wrote about leading a company with passion in his book, Uncontainable.
A mastermind session with Ron Shaich, a co-founder of Panera Bread and Au Bon Pain, and longtime supporter of stakeholder capitalism is already posted. Nationally-known CEOs and strategists are available to help answer questions, and the community is gathering - while remaining safely at a distance and not traveling.