Conscious Capitalism Book Discussion
Can you imagine “awakening the conscience of business to help save the world?” Join us to discuss The Healing Organization, the latest book by Conscious Capitalism co-founder, Raj Sisodia and co-author, Michael Gelb. Conscious Capitalism puts forth a vision where companies are regenerative, where they maximize human potential while achieving profit, and elevate humanity and the planet at the same time. Can this be?
Join Elizabeth Ross Holmstrom, co-founder of the Portland Chapter and CEO of Mindful Employer, and David Wallace, Founder of GameChange, for a book discussion in conjunction with the Boston Chapter of Conscious Capitalism. Elizabeth will lead a conversation on the evolution and characteristics of a “healing organization.”
All are welcome.
March 23, 2021 12:15 - 1:00 pm EST
This virtual meeting will be held on Zoom (link will be shared upon registration and in event reminders).
Elizabeth has been practicing collaborative and conscious leadership for over 20 years. She is co-founder of the Conscious Captialism, Portland, Maine chapter and the founder and CEO of Mindful Employer. She helps companies understand how well their employees are connected with their company's purpose, leadership and culture with 10 simple and insightful questions, to help them begin their conscious journey.
David is the founder of Gamechange LLC and has been developing content and brand initiatives for innovative companies and non-profit groups looking to engage audiences and achieve key objectives for more than 20 years. He works with both strategy and digital transformation team leaders, primarily in emerging tech and B2B companies. Previously, he was a business reporter with Reuters, The New York Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and has taught news reporting at Emerson College and Boston University.
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