Last episode, we spoke with Raj Sisodia, the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the movement Conscious Capitalism.

We talked about how amidst tragic events, unifying moments can emerge from great leadership. Today, we’ll delve deeper into what it takes to become a conscious leader, How conscious companies outperform their competitors 9 to 1, and What the silent revolution is that’s taking place.

You need to listen to this episode if you want to learn:

  • Why even in a world full of well-intended, talented, intelligent, educated people, we still need great leadership.
  • How using military language and mindset in organizational leadership has harmed businesses.
  • The benefits of having noble competitors.
  • How conscious companies outperform their competitors 9 to 1, even when paying their employees twice as much, paying higher taxes, investing in their communities, etc.
  • What is the silent revolution that’s taking place.
  • How women leading as who they are will usher one of the biggest transformations on the planet.
  • …And SO MUCH MORE!  

AHA Moments:

  • People can do extraordinary things or horrible things; it depends on the leadership.
  • Most people do not have the inner resources to resist a malevolent authority (conclusion of the Milgram experiment, 1963).
  • Organizations can amplify or diminish our capacity for caring.
  • The importance of embracing the feminine

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Raj Sisodia is the Co-Founder and Co-Chairman of the movement, Conscious Capitalism, and has been a thought-leader since its inception in 2008. His work has been highly influential in fostering a more humane, caring and enriching way of doing business.

Raj has written over 100 academic articles and 9 books, including the New York Times bestselling book Conscious Capitalism which he co-authored with John Mackey, co-founder of WholeFoods.

He also co-authored the Wall Street Journal bestseller Everybody Matters and Shakti Leadership: Embracing Feminine and Masculine Power in Business. His book Firms of Endearment: How World Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose was named one of the ten best business books of 2007 by

He was named one of “Ten Outstanding Trailblazers of 2010” and one of the “Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior” for 2010 and 2011.

Raj was born in India and spent parts of his childhood in Barbados, California and Canada. He has a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, an MBA in Marketing, and a Phd in Marketing and Business Policy from Columbia University.

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