It only takes a brief glance into the news these days to understand that we as a global society have completely lost our way.
We are suffering from social and economic inequality, racial divides, and climate crisis. One of the biggest factors that plays into all of these challenges is corporate greed. Corporations are just starting to wake up and realize that consumers will no longer support these unsustainable and unfair practices. For instance, big companies have responded by creating corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects, diversity and inclusion (D&I) policies, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives. But is any of it trustworthy or authentic?
Society is demanding a new social contract, one that accomplishes more than just lip service.
Join us as we welcome back third-time repeat guest Charles Eisenstein. He is one of the great philosophers and integrative thinkers of our age.
Together, we’ll explore these questions:
✔️How can we do better for the environment?
✔️What is the new social contract?
✔️How can a diversity of world views within a company change the DNA of the organization and its raison d’être?
✔️Can corporations be part of an ecological transformation?
✔️How can we be sure big companies are moving beyond token gestures into real change?