Adapted from "The Heart of Business," leadership principles for the next era of capitalism.
Retiring Allianz Insurance CEO says it's critical for successful companies to develop new engagement strategies.
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Smaller players can bring big fixes to our inadequate system.
Social capital in action
Founder Maraia Tanner shares what capitalism can do to open up opportunities in space.
Managers are people, too, and challenges of the "new normal" affect us all.
CEO Shawn Conway shares what makes this coffee company so unique as a people company.
The year’s most surprising new ways of looking at business done right by our Social Capital CEOs.
Grokker founder created a successful business helping corporations that 'just needed to justify being human.'
And CEO Tony Capuano is ensuring the legacy lives on!
KnowBe4 founder Stu Sjouwerman believes better tech solutions have to put people first.
Here are IBT’s 10 most-read social capital articles of 2020/2021.
At its core, diversity fosters connections, empathy, greater understanding, drive and purpose.
At the heart of what Edward Jones Investments does is a great respect not just for the financial future of its clients but the overall well-being of its employees.
Open the door to all, train them right, and the profits will flow.
Robert B Ford and Abbott are leading the charge for greater access to affordable healthcare technologies.
If not for these heroes, we face the possibility of a dark and lonely world filled with people lost in greedy self-service.
Dr. Angelo Falcone knows first-hand the challenges of being on the front lines of healthcare delivery – at the patient level, and as head of one of the nation’s largest providers.
Passionate about how medicine makes people's lives better, the Warburg Pincus director and former Schering-Plough CEO promotes doing business "the right way."
Family doesn’t intrude on business; it’s a driving force in Ultimate Kronos Group CEO’s operational philosophy of building a strong company.
One of the world’s most sought-after leadership coaches, Marshall Goldsmith, is making the business world a better place by spreading his knowledge -- and inspiring hundreds of other leaders to do the same.
Differences can coexist in a culture that uses listening as the bridge for communication.
As our country continues to battle the biggest public health crisis we’ve ever faced, children suffer disproportionately due to school closures and other restrictions in their day-to-day lives.
Almost a year ago, we set out to find select CEOs who respected people. We discovered a treasure trove of compassionate and caring capitalists.
Drawing inspiration from her personal struggles and challenges, Modern Health founder links “humanity” and “community” to help businesses support their own greatest asset – their people.
Delta’s CEO creates Gaining Altitude podcast series of powerful conversations as expansion of company-wide Town Halls.
In co-founding Motherly, Liz focused her journalism skills toward her vision for a fact-based, non-judgmental platform that breaks the one-dimensional mom stereotype.
PwC’s U.S. chair and senior partner sees trust as the backbone of best practices/best outcomes for employees and clients.
Jill Koziol leads Motherly to move the focus of motherhood from baby-centric or business-centric to mother-centric, supporting our new generation of moms seeking validation as multi-faceted, educated, professional women.
Barry-Wehmiller’s CEO is an exemplar of business as a force for good that can transform the world. His philosophy in action of inspiring the best in employees by treating them respectfully has brought major business and thought leaders from all over the world to his doorstep to learn how he does it.
Qooore’s co-founder believes investment need not – nay, should not – be just about making or losing a quick buck, and co-developed an app that helps people make more sense and more meaning out of their investments.
When CEOs get out in front with their employees and connect at every level, it helps improve productivity for sure but, more importantly, it shows their employees they value and respect them.
With a quick-exit payday, founders miss out on taking their people to greater heights.
In times of crisis, leaders inspire the grit to persevere by being brutally honest and totally transparent, along with demonstrating faith in their employees’ own work ethic.
CEO Kristin Groos Richmond is committed to empowering students to succeed in school – and thus in life – by giving them good nutrition; she reveals why Revolution Foods’ for-profit model was the best way to make that happen.