Business leaders in the Conscious Capitalism network are committed to demonstrating what it means to have a purpose beyond profit, cultivating their conscious leadership and culture throughout their business’s entire ecosystem, and focusing on long-termism by prioritizing stakeholder orientation instead of shareholder primacy.
Join Alexander McCobin, CEO of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., as he dives into the tenets of the philosophy and how it takes shape at businesses across the globe. This session we will be specifically focusing on how it's taken shape at the companies Karen Sammon has been a part of throughout her career.
This half hour session is designed to introduce you to the philosophy of Conscious Capitalism while rooting the philosophy in a business leader's journey.
Karen Sammon is a CEO, President, Management Executive, public company Board Member and committed Conscious Capitalist with successful record of spearheading turnarounds, driving corporate transformations including digital and culture transformations, and transitioning business models from transactional to recurring revenue. She delivers stability, strategically cultivating and empowering collaborative, engaged and high performing teams, through servant leadership and authenticity.
Karen is the former CEO, President and Board Member of PAR Technology Corporation (NYSE: PAR), an international company providing management technology solutions to the Company’s restaurant/retail and government customers worldwide, together with its subsidiaries. Across her roles, she led both company segments for the $240M revenue across Restaurant/Retail and Government, with its 1,100 employees in the US, North America, London, Dubai, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney. Karen oversaw capital structure, corporate P&L, cash flow, investment oversight, and critical relationships with lenders and auditors
Alexander is CEO of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., dedicated to elevating humanity by improving the practice and perception of business. In his youth, Alexander’s entrepreneurial drive led him to start and run several businesses, both for profit and nonprofit. During college, though, he didn’t see business as a way to change the world, he thought the way to do that was through academia. So he began a PhD program in Philosophy at Georgetown University. As he began to work on a dissertation regarding corporate moral responsibility, he attended the first Conscious Capitalism Annual Conference in 2013, where he was inspired by business leaders dedicated to changing the world. Within a year, he left Georgetown without the PhD and dedicated himself to running one of the businesses he had started during undergrad. Before he joined CCI’s staff, he turned that organization into a multimillion dollar operation.
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