Activating Values in the Face of Social Pressures
March 22, 2023 | 10 am PT / 1 pm ET
The general public is more mindful about purchasing habits than ever before. Businesses' values are becoming as big a factor in consumers' decision-making as price and quality; people want to know who they're buying from and what the companies' values are.
Amanda Kathryn Hydro will share a four-part growth formula to lead with values in a society that is asking business to speak up and act on hot-button issues. She will share actionable takeaways to revitalize your team and blaze a path for all stakeholders to make meaningful contributions toward your Higher Purpose.
Founder and Principal, LIONHEARTED, Inc.
Amanda Kathryn Hydro is a serial social entrepreneur, leadership coach-advisor for courageous executives, organizational development strategist, and trusted convener. She is a change agent who has been scaling disruptive models for three decades and counting. Amanda challenges status quo thinking with intentional approaches to systemic evolution, actionable plans, and measurable results.
For three decades, she has worked as an entrepreneur, speaker, executive, consultant, and trainer. Amanda is the co-founder of three regenerative organizations designed to create space for changemakers to have courageous conversations and take bold action in collectively driving systemic shifts: Living Room Conversations, Bridge Alliance, and the Institute for Corporate Transformation. She served as the lead strategy and innovation executive for a dozen organizations, accompanying them throughout all business phases: start-up, growth, repositioning, and expansion.
Currently, Amanda is Oxford University’s Saïd Business School Principal Executive Education Director for the global Economics of Mutuality program, and a catalyst for a growing global network of world-class consultants working together to accelerate the transition to stakeholder-centric business models as co-creator and co-facilitator of the consultant certification program for Conscious Capitalism, Inc. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Lemonade Day, a national nonprofit teaching kids the power of entrepreneurship; on the Central Florida Regional Leadership Team for Florida For Good, a movement helping businesses across Florida to become more conscious, sustainable, and focused on people, planet, and profit; and as a steering committee member of Conscious Nona, a collective activating conscious self-awareness to intentionally create a sustainable, high-frequency community in her neighborhood of Lake Nona, Florida.
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