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Episode Info: Warren Valdmanis and Bill Ringle discuss aspects of socially responsible policies and practices with regard to triple-bottom line businesses for small business leaders. >>> Visit MyQuestforTheBest.com  for complete show notes and more expert advice and inspiring stories to propel your small business growth. Warren Valdmanis, co-author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen Capitalism. Top 3 Take-Aways from this Interview With half of the American workers feeling no sense of meaning in their jobs, organizing a company around purpose is a great way to recruit, retain, and motivate a winning workforce. Three in four Americans distrustful of corporate executives, the purpose is a great way to show consumers that a company is built around more than value extraction. Business leaders say they agree: nine of 10 think that serving stakeholders is important. Tweet-Ready Insights from this Episode Impact investors must show how to build more socially and environmentally responsible companies in our most morally perilous sectors. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetSustainability advocates are increasingly winning the battle of ideas, but losing the war of substantive action. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetValuable companies, are those that focus on a purpose deeper than just profit. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetFor progress to continue, more companies will need to accept the premise that purpose and sustainability are critical. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetCompanies shouldn’t be accountable only to shareholders. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetBy putting social and environmental impact explicitly on the agenda for companies, impact investing offers a better way. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetWe know that it’s possible to ‘do well by doing good’, but many business leaders lack the understanding and the tools to do so effectively. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetComing out of the crisis, we should make all businesses essential. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetTo maximize our influence, impact investors should focus on new business models, scientifically measured, and effectively evangelized. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The Rise of Citizen CapitalismClick To TweetDuring the pandemic we must seize this chance to redirect the course of capitalism onto a more sustainable and socially responsible path. #MQ4B Ep272 with Warren Valdmanis, author of Accountable: The ...
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