Events and Meet Ups
As a chapter, we strive to create and foster a community of practice in the Bay Area. Members and guests alike can be inspired by local conscious leaders and can learn how to practically apply the tenets of Conscious Capitalism to their own businesses.
We host a series of Events and Meetups throughout the year.
Please mark your calendars and register to join us at our next event.
We look forward to connecting soon!
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CCBA is a member of the newly formed Conscious Business Coalition SF. Join us at a special event we are holding with coalition members where we will re-imagine how capitalism can inspire both personal and large scale positive change. We will hear from panelists about how using the tenets of Conscious Capitalism as a framework has inspired them to make positive changes personally and within their organizations. PANELISTS Michelle Waite, CMO at ShiftRunner, a startup company that is grounded in doing things differently Mindy Christensen,…Find out more »
Conscious Capitalism 2017 is designed to deepen your practical application of the principles of Conscious Capitalism with high potency keynotes, new content for teams, multiple tracks of hands on practicums and rich opportunities to connect with and learn from peers. Speakers include innovative companies and noted authors: Back to the Roots Great Place to Work Greyston Bakery David Rendall, REI Raj Sisodia THINX Paul Zak April 18-20, 2017 CC 2017 will begin at 1:30pm on Tuesday, April 18th, and will conclude…Find out more »
In the Bay Area, the technology industry is ubiquitous and exhilarating, but the prevailing leadership paradigm can emphasize top down management and a highly stressful and competitive environment. The reality is that tech industry leaders do not always create environments that work for women, and that being a woman in tech is not always easy. Recent reports indicate that women with careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have a very small percentage of tech jobs, relative to men, and…Find out more »
“Managing for stakeholders is not about trade-off thinking. It is about using innovation and entrepreneurship to make all key stakeholders better off and get all of their interests going in the same direction.” - Ed Freeman (philosopher and professor of business at the University of Virginia) Traditional business practice often places the value of shareholders above all other stakeholders. This can lead to zero-sum thinking and trade-offs that are not healthy for the organization, because they don't address the needs…Find out more »
Conscious Company Media - Conscious Leadership for Impact. A workshop at SOCAP 2017. October 10, 2017; 1 to 4 pm. Fort Mason Center - Gallery Tent (adjacent to Gallery 308, near the Fort Mason entrance) 2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94109.Find out more »
We are please to be a San Francisco partner of Sum and Substance at SOCAP 17.Find out more »
Connecting Purpose to Your Work and Life – With Global Changemaker Carolyn Tate and Four Bay Area Leaders
We're proud to host one of the world's leading changemakers. Carolyn Tate will be with us for an event on November 8th that takes a deep dive into purpose, one of the four principles of Conscious Capitalism.Find out more »
We are expanding Conscious Capitalism to the South Bay. It's time for us to come to you. We are having a social event at Faultline Brewing Company in Sunnyvale on Tuesday, November 14th. Bring your friends, colleagues and family members to learn more about our growing movement.Find out more »
BEYOND THE ASHES. The Conscious Capitalism Bay Area Chapter invites you to join us in the North Bay for a business community discussion around healing and purpose as part of the rebuilding process after the fires.Find out more »
Conscious Capitalism Bay Area Holiday Party. SAVE THE DATE. December 14, 2017. It's that time of year again - a time for reflection, healing and celebration. Please join us for our year-end holiday party. It has been a tremendous year of growth for the movement in the Bay Area. We have much to be grateful for.Find out more »