Jean-Sébastien Simon, ESSEC Business School, with Conscious Business, the Planet and Change. A focus on those who talk and those who walk the talk.
Dr. Dulini Fernando, Warwick Business School, shares research into the barriers women face in the corporate world and the key areas in which managers can help to change that.
Leaders’ Art of Balancing: The company and employees during and after COVID. Anagha Adishesha, Trinity Business School, looks at several key dimensions to leadership as a way to explore how to tackle the challenges faced by firms and employees post-COVID.
Does Leader Integrity Influence Employee Creativity? What if the integrity of the manager-leader boosted creativity and innovation among the employees in the organisation? Professors He Peng, School of Management Fudan University, and Feng Wei, Tongji University, explore.
Women’s Philanthropy: the end of an invisible phenomenon? Anne Monier, ESSEC Philanthropy Chair, explores the visibility & transformative opportunity for the sector.
Jean-Sébastien Simon, ESSEC Business School, with a focus on Conscious Business: The need for well-being and the possibility of thriving.
Prof. Antonio De Vito, IE Business School, looks at the global bet on minimum tax. Can it end the multinationals’ “race to the bottom”?
How to Make Environmental Policy Drive Business Innovation: Pedro Vormittag, FGV-EAESP Runner-up in the 2021 CoBS CSR article competition, sets the argument for environmental policy to drive business innovation – by giving companies a voice in influencing which regulation to put on the table in international climate negotiations.
Why Measuring Social Impact is Good for Business: Professor Haley Beer, Warwick Business School, looks into the complexities of measuring social impact and provides a framework for successful implementation within organisations.
The Family of Beings: People, animals and diversities: In the fourth of a series of features on Conscious Business, Jean-Sébastien Simon, High Performance Coach and Trainer in Conscious Business at ESSEC Business School, focuses on the People dimension to Conscious Business. But are people the only of our fellow beings concerned?