The effects of climate change are already beginning to change the ways companies do business: Stakeholders are asking what steps businesses are taking, renewable energy is revolutionizing the energy industry, and investors are already shifting dollars away from high-carbon, negative-impact businesses. Gonzalo Muñoz, co-founder of Sistema B and CEO of
Tag: inclusive economy
We have a long way to go to move from an economy that enriches an exclusive few to one that lifts and unleashes the potential of all.
In business, we have the opportunity to nurture human relationships and a spirit of common purpose. We don’t have to agree about everything, but we have everything to gain from each other.
Practice Makes Perfect founder Karim Abouelnaga discusses the “ovarian lottery” and wants us to learn how to distinguish between equality and equity.
Kevin Trapani outlines the elements of successful economic development that builds toward an inclusive economy.
Juliana Pasqualini of sustainable cosmetics company Natura makes the case for promoting beauty and sustainability in order to build a more inclusive economy.
An inclusive economy is one that prioritizes workplace diversity, that demands equal pay for equal work and that benefits all. Leaders including Gerry Valentine and Tiffany Jana weigh in.
Kenyatta Brame of Cascade Engineering Believes Business Has the Opportunity to Help Solve the World’s Problems
Cascade Engineering’s Kenyatta Brame says that working for a company that believes in people, profit, and planet allows him to be his authentic self and find purpose in contributing to an inclusive economy.
Women CEOs of Eileen Fisher and Green Mountain Power share their stories of leadership in the workplace and discuss how inclusive business means caring for workers, putting passion back into business practices and challenging the norms of what growth means.
An inclusive economy supports and uplifts every member through thick and thin, and Tiffany Jana writes that the biggest moves must start with conscientious business leaders.