Presenter: Dora Lutz
Date: September 15
Post-Covid, the intersections between our communities and our businesses are more clear than ever; but how do we build meaningful strategies to support our business ecosystem without sacrificing financial results?
Years of research have proven that what matters is not just a fancy strategy that determines business results: it's a world-changing strategy combined with the culture, behaviors, and competencies that create both a positive social impact and financial results.
This presentation focuses on the five behaviors world-changing businesses demonstrate that allow them to build impact while creating a more profitable bottom line.
Dora Lutz is the author of The Aspirational Business, owner of Giving Spring, and creator of the course Business Planning for Social Entrepreneurs at Purdue University.
From her earliest days managing truck drivers through the creation of her second business, Dora has devoted her career to understanding the unique ways businesses can make a positive impact on society—and helping leaders accomplish their biggest goals.
Dora has worked with small businesses, Fortune 100 companies, non-profits, and even the United Nations' IMPACT 2030 program to leverage business models that create sustainable revenue sources and incredible social impact.