Carol Sanford Interviews Ross Baird of Village Capital for the Responsible Capitalist Podcast. Carol looks at what responsible partnering looks like when you are creating a community of investors and entrepreneurs. Four basic characteristics are addressed. 1) you will be, by definition, coming into a relationship or community, 2) What are the motives for being in […]
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Carol Sanford interviews Joel Solomon of Renewal Funds.
Carol Sanford interviews Responsible Entrepreneur Rodrigo Esquivel of New Ventures Mexico. Carol addresses the question: what does it mean to be a change agent? She introduces three different levels of a change agent as they compare to a brief history of business and how understanding essence and uniqueness and the expression of that is vital in realizing one’s potential. […]
Carol Sanford interviews Madelynn Martiniere of FTI Consulting Strategic Communications. Carol discusses what open source means to the entrepreneurial technology world, and the critical nature of authenticity. Three criteria are offered for how to recognize where and when authenticity is present. Madelynn and Carol discuss these criteria and how they play out in building communication in […]
TRE Podcast – Nathan Kadish and Amanda Obourne of Ecotrust. Carol Sanford interviews Nathan Kadish and Amanda Oborne for the Responsible Capitalist Podcast. They discuss what it means to be “local”, the collaborative nature of Ecotrust, principals of shifting whole systems, and what it looks like to invest in food systems. Find out about Ecotrust at http://www.ecotrust.org/ […]
This guest blog was originally posted in The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire, CSRwire on October 16, 2014. Conservation International Gives Nature a Voice-Literally When Peter Seligmann says, “First get their attention! Then make it really personal!” he sounds less like Chairman and CEO of the global not-for-profit Conservation International and more like Rocky Balboa describing his strategy […]
In a Responsible Entrepreneur’s business, not all work is equal in importance or in financial or societal return. Some work has more chance of producing success and making bigger a difference. But for a busy entrepreneur, it’s hard to know which effort or what kind of work will make a significant contribution. There are four […]