Select Page

Raj Sisodia

Home » Sideshifters » Sisodia, Raj

Raj Sisodia

Professor, Co-Founder & Chair Emeritus, Conscious Capitalism


About the interview

  • Recognize the huge amount of harm that traditional business and marketing practices create for people and the planet – and how to flip the script so that, instead, organizations heal people and the planet
  • Learn the four pillars of Conscious Capitalism and how aligning with them builds strong organizations that outperform the competition
  • Learn why and how a focus on purpose and on helping people flourish is the key to business and personal success
  • Learn how the origins of the word “healing” will help you live in your unique purpose by following three key steps


About Raj

Professor, Co-Founder & Chair Emeritus, Conscious Capitalism

  • Raj Sisodia is a founding member of the Conscious Capitalism movement and the Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Conscious Capitalism Inc.
  • He is an FW Olin Distinguished Professor of Global Business and Whole Foods Market Research Scholar in Conscious Capitalism at Babson College.
  • Raj has published eleven books and over 100 academic articles. Some of his latest books include:
    - The Healing Organization
    - Everybody Matters
    - Shakti Leadership
    - Conscious Capitalism
    - Firms of Endearment
If you could invite 1 person to a dinner party – who would it be and why?
Martin Luther King, Jr. To understand how to confront hatred with the power of love.
What motivates you? Makes you happy?
Having a positive impact on others. Helping people discover their purpose and achieve inner peace.
What advice would you give your 10-year-old self?
Stay true to yourself. Life has so many surprises in store for you. You were put here for a reason.
If you could make 1 global change – what would it be?
To change the business paradigm from profit maximization to purpose maximization with human flourishing.
What are your Top 3 achievements?
Co-founding the Conscious Capitalism movement

Writing Firms of Endearment

Writing The Healing Organization

What does sustainability mean for you?
Not just doing less harm, but healing and restoring what we have damaged.
What was the most important event/influence that changed your perspective?
Researching and writing Firms of Endearment.

Calling all Sideshifters!

Know somebody who should share insights and effective solutions as one of our Sideshifters? Or want to add your own expertise?