We have recently been discussing the need to have high expectations of individuals in business and finance, as well as firms if a moral capitalism is to become successful in the real economy.
The July issue of our newsletter, Pegasus, will have a presentation of what might make for moral “capitalists,” in addition to the organizational parameters of moral “capitalism.”
We are devising a self-assessment along the lines of the Gallup StrengthsFinder and the Myers-Briggs categories of personality dispositions so that individuals can consider which of their abilities might be those of a moral “capitalist.”
You may recall our self-assessment for decision-making, the Decision Style Inventory. We want to create something similar as a product for use by individuals and companies in self-improvement commitments.
We plan to present at this round table our list of attributes relevant to being a moral “capitalist” and get your help in thinking it through, adding new dimensions and revising what we have down on paper.
Please join us in-person at 9:00 am on Thursday, August 4 at Landmark Center to share your thoughts with us.
Registration and a light breakfast will begin at 8:30 am.
Because we are asking for your advice and guidance, there will be no charge to attend this round table.
To register, please email Jed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event will last about an hour and a half.