Conscious Capitalism What’s Next
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Conscious Capitalism What’s Next

ELEVATE HUMANITY THROUGH BUSINESS. The Evolution of Capitalism. The landscape of capitalism and business is . shifting. . . Consumers are demanding more than variety and low prices, they are prioritizing .

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Conscious Capitalism

What’s Next

ELEVATE HUMANITY THROUGH BUSINESS

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The Evolution of Capitalism

The landscape of capitalism and business is

shifting

.

Consumers are demanding more than variety and low prices, they are prioritizing

purpose-driven brands and companies in their daily choices.Negative news spreads rapidly over social media, making corporate reputations more fragile than everTalented employees are looking for more than a steady paycheck, they desire a sense of purpose in their work.Investors are searching for opportunities that create impact and take care of all stakeholders to get ahead of these trends.

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The Evolution of Capitalism

Conscious Capitalism is a way of thinking about capitalism and business that better reflects where we are in the human journey, the state of our world today, and the innate potential of business to make a positive impact on the world. Conscious businesses are galvanized by higher purposes that serve, align, and integrate the interests of all their major stakeholders

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Greater harmony between employers and employees

Improved health and wellnessMore robust communitiesA healthier environment

Business seen as a force for good!

Conscious Capitalism is Good for the World

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Research by Conscious Capitalism co-founder Dr. Raj

Sisodia shows that conscious companies dramatically outperform the competition.

Companies that do not embrace this evolution will be left behind.

Conscious Capitalism is Good for the bottom line

14-to-1

“FOE”

(1681%)

Cumulative Returns 1998-2013

S&P 500 (118%)

“G2G” (263%)

*From his book

Firms of Endearment

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The Opportunity

For over a decade Conscious Capitalism, Inc.

has been building the community of purpose-driven business, ranging from small start-ups to successful private businesses to publicly traded companies.

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Pioneers of Conscious Capitalism

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Conscious Capitalism Inc.

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Building the community of likeminded business leaders, supporting businesses in operating on conscious principles, making the case for Conscious Capitalism

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ts are world famous for bringing together the world’s top business leaders to learn from each other in a healthy, productive, and fully conscious environment.

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lieve it or not, some people are excited to meet me, and they want to talk to me. I learn more from them than they learn from me. It’s great.”– KIP TINDELL,CO-FOUNDER & CHAIRMAN, THE CONTAINER STORE

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2018 Annual Conference

822 Attendees – The Largest Ever

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UPCOMING CONFERENCES

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NFERENCEOur largest event of the year: Over 800 people!APRIL 23-25 WILD HORSE PASS RESORTPHOENIX, AZ

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LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT

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Conducting tours of leading conscious businesses to learn how they are putting the principles into practice. Facilitating small-group workshops so that visitors can brainstorm how best to apply these lessons to their own companies.

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Bringing leaders of Conscious Capitalism to speak at

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Invitation-only workshops for conscious business leaders. Mastermind groups offer a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting. Participants challenge each other to set powerful goals, and most importantly, to accomplish them

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LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT

2018 Sight Visit to Barry-

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Papersystems

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Making the Case

That was Brady’s message Wednesday in Philadelphia, where he spoke at the Conscious Capitalism conference, a gathering of 350 business leaders who believe in elevating humanity through business. “There’s no skills test, no background check, no interview, no reference checks,” Brady said. “People who want jobs put their names on a list. They can have criminal records or be homeless or be among the long-term unemployed, the mentally ill, or the disabled. “You need to show up on time,” he said. “You need to listen to your manager. You need to follow our high standards…It’s not a program,” he said. “It’s a business. I need to get those brownies out of the door, and if you aren’t able to help me to do it, then we’re going to ask you to leave.”

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those attributes and, in the process, better defend themselves and their firms from anti-business attacks. CEOs must learn that focusing only on the self-interest benefits they provide too often fails to gain them legitimacy and doesn’t win over the hearts of their customers and employees. CEOs need to become more aware, more conscious, of the moral and economic virtues that capitalism advances spontaneously."“The success stories shared by

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esh ideas that have enabled our organization to make a greater difference in the lives of our stakeholders.”– GREG MASSEY,PRESIDENT & CEO, FIRST UNITED BANK

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Join other business leaders &

elevate humanity