A Conscious Capitalism Company
Lead with purpose
Live your values. That’s our philosophy and that’s why Marketwave CEO, Tina Young, is a founding member of the Dallas Chapter of Conscious Capitalism, a community of purpose-driven leaders in support of the international business movement that was built on these four tenets:
Purpose – knowing why you’re in business and fulfilling that higher purpose each day
Culture – based on shared values and a focus on the continued growth of the individual as well as the business
Leadership – often described as servant leadership, the conscious approach is people-centered and is built on developing and inspiring others to leverage their strengths in alignment with company goals
Stakeholder integration model – using innovation and entrepreneurship to make all key stakeholders better off – seeing them in an ecosystem vs. one being more important than the next
Conscious Growth Conscious companies out-pace their competitors because they don’t just know what they do to add value to the market, but why they do it – a higher purpose that drives them and inspires them to excellence.
Marketwave and other companies that have joined this business movement have a culture of caring and accountability, and are focused on making a positive impact on all stakeholders. Started by Whole Foods co-CEO, John Mackey, along with academic and business author, Raj Sisodia, in 2013, the movement today is international in scope and growing through a network of local chapters in major business centers. You can learn more about the movement at www.consciouscapitalism.org or in Dallas at www.consciouscapitalismdallas.org.
The Company We Keep
Conscious Capitalism is embraced by business leaders such as Scott Miller, President & CEO of Interstate Batteries; Kip Tindell, Chairman of The Container Store; Bob Jordan, Executive Vice President of Corporate Services of Southwest Airlines, as well as many small- to mid-size businesses that have recognized a better way to build sustainable companies and create thriving cultures. Across the U.S. and now in parts of Europe and Asia, this movement is spreading as companies experience the long-term growth benefits of operating with these core tenets in mind.