Thursday, February 25, 2021 (1:00-2:00 p.m. EST)
The world has shown us how human, conscious businesses are needed now more than ever. Conscious Capitalism exists as a framework for organizations to create meaning making models that are aligned with the goal of acting as a conscious business. What it does not necessarily give us is a way to operationalize the concepts of the model. How do you determine and define success and how your business is living into the goal of being a Conscious Business?
Join us for this insightful webinar with special guest, Mark Kovacevich, President of North American Enterprises for Improving. We feature the incredible story of Improving in our latest book, Rehumanizing the Workplace. Mark will share with you what Improving has done to create a measurable, actionable, and consistent method as a means to evaluate how your business is acting in a conscious manner.
About Mark Kovacevich
Mark Kovacevich is the President of North American Enterprises for Improving, an International leader in delivering technology consulting and training. He is responsible for all International operations, execution, and implementation of Improving’s vision and purpose. In addition, Mr. Kovacevich is responsible for the corporate integration of Improving’s mergers and acquisitions strategy. Through a combination of leadership, excellence and teamwork, Improving has enjoyed great success becoming an nine time recipient of the Inc. 500 award. Based in Columbus, Mark’s efforts led the enterprise to eleven Inc. 500/5000 awards, and more than 50 best places to work in the markets that Improving serves.
Mark is very active in the Columbus philanthropic community. He currently serves on the board of directors for Columbus Speech and Hearing, Alvis 180, The Goodwill Business Advisory Council, the Central Ohio Conscious Capitalism chapter and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council. A proud graduate from Ohio State University, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife, two girls and watching the Buckeyes deliver another win against Michigan.
Finally, Mr. Kovacevich was a proud recipient of Business First’s 40 under 40 award in 2010.