|Dear Conscious Capitalism Community,|
We know that you are doing all you can to support your stakeholders through the most difficult conditions most of us have ever experienced in our lifetime. You, your team, and your businesses are never far from our minds. We are with you. We support you. And we are here for you as we work through this together.
So much has changed in the world in the two weeks since we announced that the Conscious Capitalism Annual Conference was going virtual. We know that many of your businesses need to save every dollar you can to take care of your people and you need community, insights to best practices, and innovative solutions to get through this.
That’s why we are now offering this year’s Conscious Capitalism Annual Conference at no cost and expanding it to fill an entire month with daily sessions beginning this coming Monday, March 30th.
From March 30th through May 1st, at 12 pm PT/3:00 pm ET each day, Conscious Capitalism’s Expanded Virtual Conference will provide you with an opportunity to connect with and learn from a business leader in our network via a “How To” webinar addressing day-to-day challenges:
· Mondays through Thursdays, join your fellow Conscious Capitalists as we connect, share, and learn together in order to find creative, stakeholder-oriented solutions to the challenges we are facing.
· Fridays, we will help you nourish your conscious leadership through conscious connections so you can best serve your team and your community, in an extended format.
· On the original conference dates, April 14-16, we will be offering extended programming and content.
Each Friday, we will email you the schedule of next week’s webinars. Pick the topics that are most relevant to you- join one or join all five! It kicks off next week with our first Leadership Through Crisis series session with Kip Tindell, co-Chair of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., co-founder and former CEO of The Container Store who will share how he used Conscious Capitalist principles to lead the company through past crises including 9/11 and the 2008 Financial Crisis.