In this 60-minute workshop you will hear from the latest research and learn from practical examples of what’s happening in the shift of business toward a different way of defining purpose and the opportunities for collaboration. There will be plenty of small group discussion and hearing from other participants.
Lynn Jackson is the Director of the Executive MBA program at BGU that was founded on Economics of Mutuality. She received her master’s degree in Social and Civic Entrepreneurship and spent several years as a consultant working with business organizations who were seeking a higher purpose. Lynn is completing her doctoral work in developing responsible global leaders and is a certified executive coach.
Kafi Carassco is the former director of Restorers INC. piloting and supporting Spring GR, a community entrepreneur training and coaching program in high unemployment communities. She has been involved in CCDA since 1993 and is currently a PhD student at BGU in Urban Innovation.