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Includes Teaching Notes
How can business be a force for good? In this episode, Conscious Capitalism Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Raj Sisodia, explains how businesses can care for their stakeholders—and outperform their peers by doing so. Learn what your first...
This episode explores the tension and complementarities between wealth and spirituality. We discuss the origins of the tension and how the two do not have to be at odds.
Compassion is a complex mental state that is essential for leaders who want to embrace organizational humanity. This podcast talks about both the academic side of what compassion is and the applied side of why it matters for leaders. Given...
Shaping organizations that are grounded in values, respect the human experience of their employees, and contribute to something beyond ourselves makes a positive impact for the firm, employees, and their communities. The readings and...
Mindfulness is an excellent tool that is often conflated with simply paying attention. We briefly describe what mindfulness is and its benefits for physical, emotional, and professional health. This is a good introduction for those who have...
Lectio Divina is a practice of scriptural reading, meditation and prayer intended to promote communion or reflection. This practice may support a greater connection to and fostering of your inner voice.
In this podcast, we consider the specific challenges for teams while working from home and practices that may support teams as they weather those challenges.
Working from home may seem to simply be an alternative way to accomplish your job, but this structure of work poses its own challenges to spirituality for business leaders. In this podcast, we consider those challenges and examine ways to...
Calling is a valuable topic that forces students to consider not only their own ambitions, but their gifts and values along with the needs of their community. Listening to one’s inner voice and identifying your place in the greater good is...
Episode 2 includes a discussion with Thomas Plante from Santa Clara University about the importance of discernment for grounded, deep decision-making. We explore both the process of discernment and its application.