Irvine, CA (PRWEB) May 20, 2010
Norman Wolfe doesn’t just understand the complex and dynamic forces surrounding today’s organization impacting its capacity for development and enlightened growth– he invented an entire business model centered around it.
Known as The Living Organization®, this breakthrough model helps today’s leaders recognize the unique factors and deep forces that drives their organization’s ability to reach its ultimate potential and purpose. The model lays out a clear and detailed roadmap to navigate around these barriers and achieve success using conscious or spiritual business philosophies and principals.
For this reason, the Conscious Capitalism Institute and Bentley University have recently announced Norman Wolfe as a featured speaker at their 2nd Annual International Research Conference on Conscious Capitalism, (http://www.cc-institute.com) held at the university campus in Waltham, Massachusetts on May 24-25, 2010.
“We have selected Norman Wolfe as one of our featured speakers at this event because we feel strongly that The Living Organization® model speaks to the core of what conscious capitalism is all about,” says Shubhro Sen, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Conscious Capitalism Institute.
“The Living Organization® model embodies many of the same principals of conscious capitalism that is uniting forward-thinking business practitioners, prominent thought leaders, and leading academics around the world,” states Norman Wolfe, CEO of management consulting firm Quantum Leaders, Inc. “Today, these values are at the heart of a fast-growing movement that is resonating deeply with millions of top-level professionals around the world. We’re living and breathing it, literally. It’s an exciting time to be in business.”
So what exactly is conscious capitalism? According to the Conscious Capitalism Institute, it is a ‘movement’ featuring several prominent member CEOs and thought leaders including John Mackey of Whole Foods, Sally Jewell of REI, George Zimmer of Men’s Warehouse and Michael Strong.
The conscious movement is built around three core pillars: Businesses can and should exist for a deeper purpose beyond generating profits for shareholders. Businesses can create all kinds of wealth—financial, intellectual, social, cultural, ecological and spiritual, and should be managed for the simultaneous benefit of all key stakeholders. And finally, businesses should be led by visionary leaders who inspire and mentor the people they lead, rather than the traditional top down command-and-control leaders.
“What is key for leaders today to understand is conscious capitalism, like the ‘green’ movement, is no longer just a nice way to conduct yourself and your business -- it’s a necessity.” Wolfe continues. “To successfully compete and make efficient decisions in today’s complicated playing field, organizations must learn to embrace the guiding principals which encourage transparency and instinctual action focused on a higher purpose.”
To schedule Norman Wolfe to speak at an upcoming event or to schedule an interview with him, contact his organization, Quantum Leaders, Inc., directly at (877) 502-7747. To learn more about the Conscious Capitalism International Research Conference in May, visit http://conscious-capitalism.bentley.edu/.
About Norman S. Wolfe – With over 35 years experience leading organizations and successfully executing corporate strategy, Norman Wolfe, CEO, Board Member and published author, founded Quantum Leaders, Inc. in 2002 to help organizations learn a more effective way of addressing the challenges they face in today’s unique business environment. Quantum Leaders developed a robust and adaptive model, The Living Organization™, which addresses the complexities within the 21st century business and creates tangible measures of success.
The Quantum Leaders team collectively has decades of professional speaking and practical experience, working with large corporations, entrepreneurial ventures and middle market companies across a multitude of industries. For more information about Norman Wolfe and Quantum Leaders, Inc., its clients and work, please visit http://www.quantumleaders.com.
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