Conscious Companies Strategic Paper to President

Posted on Friday, 24 July 2020  404 Views

The Conscious Leadership and Ethics Summit, held in Johannesburg recently, shifted the paradigm in understanding conscious leadership and how it manifests in the evolution of organisations. There was a virtual presence of global humanitarians and beacons of consciousness at the Summit. They included the Dalai Lama, Sadhguru, head of the Isha Foundation, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, co-founder of the World Forum of Ethics in Business and head of the Art of Living Foundation as well as John Rensch, founder of the Conscious Leadership Guild in San Francisco. They were joined by dynamic International and local speakers and partners, who included Prof Saul Klein of Canada, Dr Jan Bellermann of Germany, Prof. Mervyn King, His Excellency Jong Dae Park of South Korea as well as Obama world leader alumni Marlon Parker from Cape Town, all of whom shared comprehensive views of wisdom, clarity and awareness to influence the culture and quality of ethical and conscious leadership. Bold corporate titans are shedding the constraints of what business had traditionally looked like. They are aligning the traditional model of maximising profit and creating shareholder value, to create radical new models to better bridge their organisations with the world they operate in. Access to a more diverse and innovative strategy enables them to design a conscious animating force for change. The CEO of Disney, Bob Iger told the BBC recently: “The greatest challenge that we are facing as human beings is climate change. You cannot run a successful company in a world that is not environmentally healthy.”

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