Discover the electricity of consciousness in your business
Described as being aware something within oneself, consciousness is rising as an necessary company component. Long the ground of philosophers, consciousness in company is capturing the minds of some CEOs. It might be the next higher ground of much better businesses. It is coming in to view.
In fact, the CEO’s of serious companies such as Whole Foods, Container Store, Trader Joe’s and others have actually formed a nonprofit organization named Conscious Capitalism. It promotes better levels of consciousness in company – voluntary exchange, entrepreneurship, competition, freedom to trade, trust, compassion, collaboration and value creation.
Call it conscious commerce or company consciousness, it aims to serve the most effective passions of customers, employees, owners, vendors, the community and others.
The challenging hierarchy of commerce is evolving in to a better states of joining business. The lesser levels of frightening, disappointing, antagonistic or demanding environments are ascending to better levels of hopeful, harmonious, meaningful business.
Watch out, Maslow, we are taking the express elevator up your pyramid from the ground floor of survival to the self-actualized penthouse of well being for all of stakeholders.
The markers of the movement
As this trend rides the rails of acceleration, inertia and momentum, there are some indicators of this millennial movement underway:
Information Age morphs in to the Age of Consciousness, where big fairness and service to customers, employees and others is a lot more vital compared to big data.
Altruism ascends and “we” supersedes “me.” The newest Gens currently notice their globe this way. They are global and a lot more curious about humanity compared to the next dollar.
Tom Zender is a Phoenix-based professional company mentor. He held leadership roles at General Electric and Honeywell. Zender likewise is the author of two manuals regarding company ethics. He mentors students at Arizona State University’s SkySong company incubator, and is a member of Eliances, where entrepreneurs connect along with company leaders. Reach your man at 949-910-5075, email@example.com or www.tomzendermentor.com