John helps leaders fulfill the deeper purpose of their organizations and create value for all of their stakeholders - including customers, employees, communities and natural ecosystems - not just their shareholders.
Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
Conscious Capitalism, Inc. CEO, Doug Rauch, has announced the final list of keynote speakers and practicum topics for the 9th Annual Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit at the Hyatt Lost Pines resort near Austin, Texas on October 6 - 8, 2015. Conscious Capitalism is a transformational movement dedicated to elevating humanity through business.
“We are delighted that John Hope Bryant, an advisor to the last five sitting U.S. presidents and author of bestseller, How the Poor Can Save Capitalism, will share his wisdom about finance, entrepreneurship, dignity, and the human condition.” Rauch said, adding that, “True to the tradition of Summit keynotes and practicums, John helps leaders fulfill the deeper purpose of their organizations and create value for all of their stakeholders - including customers, employees, communities and natural ecosystems - not just their shareholders.”
This year’s theme for the Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit, Breakthroughs, Powered by Conscious Capitalism, examines how purpose-driven, multi-stakeholder, culture-rich companies gain competitive advantage by the way in which they solve problems and innovate. The event is open to CEOs and presidents of organizations with annual operating revenues of at least $5 million. For more information about the 2015 Conscious Capitalism CEO Summit, visit the Conscious Capitalism web site, http://www.consciouscapitalism.org.
Bryant joins ten other business luminaries who demonstrate how a higher purpose can bring higher profits naturally when leaders create value for all stakeholders.
“The Summit not only offers rich and deep presentations,” Rauch said, “it includes significant opportunities to engage in meaningful conversations with a diverse community of inspired and inspiring leaders.” The keynote speakers include:
- Apoorva Mehta - Founder & CEO, Instacart
- James White - Chairman, President & CEO, Jamba Juice
- Jim Sinegal - Co-Founder, Director, & Retired CEO, Costco
- John Hope Bryant - Founder, Chairman & CEO, Operation HOPE
- John Mackey - Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Whole Foods Market
- Miki Agrawal, Co-Founder & CEO, THINX
- Randy Garutti - CEO, Shake Shack
- Ron Johnson - Founder & CEO, ENJOY
- Seth Goldman - Co-Founder & TeaEO, Honest Tea
- Walter Robb - Co-CEO, Whole Foods Market
- Zeynep Ton - Author, Speaker & Adjunct Assoc. Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management
The program also includes practicums with thought leaders from diverse industries. Jeff Rosenblum of Questus addresses “How Great Content Builds Great Brands,” and Pamela Mattson of Axialent presents “Connecting Innovation, Passion & Culture with Diversity & Inclusion.” These sessions, among many others, invite attendees to discover the most innovative practices toward conscious leadership and excellent organizational health.
About Conscious Capitalism
Conscious Capitalism is a movement dedicated to elevating humanity through business.
Conscious Capitalism, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating the theory and practice of Conscious Capitalism through events, presentations, publications and social media. We also support an emerging network of Conscious Capitalism Chapters, which serve as communities of inquiry for business leaders, entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, and others.