Conscious Capitalism is a powerful philosophy for a better way of doing business. But, it does not have to be aspirational. There are multiple tools, exercises and assessments that can help organizations on the journey towards becoming a more conscious company - and we want to show you just a few!
Join us to hear Bob Scoville and Kelly Chewning outline tools that you can use to operationalize CC tenets in your organization, as well as American Surgical Company President, Erik Piasio, who will share real life examples of implementing these tools at his company.
Erik Piaso, President of American Surgical Company
Erik Piasio is the president of American Surgical Company (ASC), a medical device manufacturer located in Salem, MA. ASC started its journey to become a conscious company in 2018. This process, while ongoing, has helped turn ASC into a purpose driven organization with tangible results including increased employee and community engagement, significantly improved financial performance and winning the 2020 Business Partner of the Year Award from the Providers’ Council. Erik is a member of the Conscious Capitalism Boston CEO Peer Advisory Group and lives in Salem with his wife and two young daughters.
Bob Scoville, President of CCB
Bob Scoville is the President and Head Coach at Performance Talks, Inc., a firm specializing in helping leaders and teams improve their effectiveness. Performance Talks provides a variety of services: custom leadership development programs, peer development groups, team development, executive coaching, and strategic planning facilitation. Bob has conducted more than 5000 hours of executive coaching, designed and facilitated more than 150 Executive peer group sessions, and led more than 500 group meetings to help build healthy businesses and fulfilling personal lives. Bob is a Co-Founder and President of Conscious Capitalism Boston as well as a Certified Conscious Capitalism Consultant
Kelly Chewning, Board Member of CCB
Kelly is a passionate advocate of good business. She has spent most of her career in marketing, primarily in hi-tech. While grateful for her experience and being able to learn a broad range of skills, Kelly never connected with her employers as companies that had a higher purpose for doing good in the world. Believing business can be a powerful force for good in the world, Kelly discovered the Conscious Capitalism movement. She eagerly got involved volunteering, and then was asked onto to the Board where today she serves as head of Marketing & Programming. Kelly is engaged in a year long Consultant Certification program by Conscious Capitalism, Inc. She now does consulting full-time for organizations looking to integrate and operationalize conscious business practices in their organization.