- April 8, 2021
- 11 a.m.–12 p.m. PT
The 2020 Leading with Love interactive webinar series Stage 4 Solutions co-sponsored with Santa Clara University’s Silicon Valley Executive Center was very well received by our professional communities. In a much needed time, we were pleased to be a part of inspiring conversations around diversity, inclusion and leadership topics. We are very excited to announce 2021 Leading with Love, a three-part interactive webinar series. With this series, our goal is to continue educating, inspiring and supporting our colleagues, clients, and communities.
The series will feature Marilyn Gist (Professor Emerita, Executive Programs and Center of Leadership Formation, Seattle University), Jay Jakub (Chief Advocacy Officer – Economics of Mutuality (EoM) Movement, EoM Solutions; author of Completing Capitalism) and Chris Lowney (Author of Heroic Leadership).
2nd session of Leading with Love features Jay Jakub. To learn more about the other sessions, please visit the events page.
The purpose of business is not to create profit. The purpose of business is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and the planet. Putting purpose into practice in corporations is the objective of the Economics of Mutuality (EoM), which is a breakthrough innovation that empowers companies to thrive by meeting the needs of the world. EoM was pioneered by the internal think tank at Mars, Inc., a global food and beverage company with iconic brands such as M&Ms, Snickers, Pedigree, IAMS, and Wrigley’s. Oxford University’s Said Business School has been EoM’s flagship academic partner since 2014 and is teaching EoM at the MBA level. EoM is proving to be a more complete, responsible form of capitalism that fits the context of today’s global economy.
Jay Jakub, PhD
Chief Advocacy Officer – Economics Of Mutuality (Eom) Movement | Senior Client Advisor Eom Solutions, Geneva, Switzerland