Meet the Speakers
April 22, 11 a.m.–12 p.m. PT – What Brave People Do That Cowards Can't; Presented by Chris Lowney
Gandhi once said, "A coward is incapable of exhibiting love; it is the prerogative of the brave." Chris Lowney, drawing from ancient thinkers, modern business sources, and common sense, will try to convince us that love in an organization is the prerogative not only of the brave but also of the wise and the sane. The session will include both the philosophical and the practical as well as breakout room discussion.
March 25, 11 a.m.–12 p.m. PT – Leading with Humility; Presented by Marilyn Gist
Leader humility—showing genuine regard for others’ dignity—is a critical competency. Humility is a leadership strength, not a weakness. This webinar provides evidence and valuable insight to help leaders at all levels build thriving organizations and great results.
April 8, 11 a.m.–12 p.m. PT – Putting Purpose into Practice; Presented by Jay Jakub
The purpose of business is not to create profit. The purpose of business is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and the planet. Putting purpose into practice in corporations is the objective of the Economics of Mutuality (EoM), which is a breakthrough innovation that empowers companies to thrive by meeting the needs of the world. EoM was pioneered by the internal think tank at Mars, Inc., a global food and beverage company with iconic brands such as M&Ms, Snickers, Pedigree, IAMS, and Wrigley’s. Oxford University’s Said Business School has been EoM’s flagship academic partner since 2014 and is teaching EoM at the MBA level. EoM is proving to be a more complete, responsible form of capitalism that fits the context of today’s global economy.
Chief Advocacy Officer - Economics of Mutuality (EoM) Movement | Senior Client Advisor EoM Solutions, Geneva, Switzerland
Jay Jakub, PhD