Because America and capitalism depend on the strength, health and future of families.
Davis Smith Wanted A Profitable Company That Would 'Do Good' by Respecting People Worldwide – It Worked
Local sourcing, local input drives Davis Smith to design a brand that is all about providing employment opportunity out of poverty and celebrating individual initiative.
In an amazing and exclusive Q and A with IBT’s Social Capital team, Delta Air Lines’ Ed Bastian gives an inside view of how doing business in the Social Capital way kept the company on course throughout the pandemic, arguably the most challenging year the travel industry has ever faced, and how it is helping them to not just persevere but to quickly rebound in amazing and inspiring ways.
Mike Brady exemplifies kindness in leadership -- leaders making decisions that follow the golden rule, treating people how we want to be treated, with humanity and respect.
These leaders run their businesses and their lives as if they are the citizens of a small town, or a student at a small college, or as if they are hanging out with their small group of friends, or like we mentioned earlier, as if they are running a small business or local store.
What Led CEO Roger Hochschild To 'Discover' His Simple And Sincere Approach To Diversity? Exclusive Q&A
In November we honored Roger C Hochschild as one of our Top 10 Social Capital CEOs for continuing and bolstering Discover’s commitment to its mission “To help people spend smarter, manage debt better, and save more so they achieve a brighter financial future.” But what was even more compelling were his incredible revelations how he empowers and respects the diversity of its employees with a revolutionary and organic approach that comes straight from the heart.
In this exclusive Q and A with IBT’s Social Capital team Bastian, or “Ed” as he likes to be called, talks about people over profits, persevering during the pandemic, and the important lessons he learned from his mom.
The difference between marketing and meaning is REAL authenticity. Some companies don’t care if the message they market actually coincides with their true essence.