Dedicated to doing no damage and creating a sustainable future for our world
Benevolent capitalism, in our view, is a form of capitalism that is driven by businesses which not only think about the short-term financial benefits but also about building longer-term sustainable businesses that create economic, environmental and social value, that have a positive impact on society and the planet.
It is about seeing the kindest way, the least damage way to create something greater in the world that can create more possibilities so that we can have some kind of sustainable future.
Benevolent Capitalism focus on creating something greater in the world. This contrasts with conventional capitalism approaches that concentrate on maximizing profits rather than creating profit and being a contribution to one’s community and the world at large.
When benevolence guides business principles, vision, and practices, the result can be exceedingly affirmative. Benevolent Capitalism is meant to create an entirely new system for businesses whose approach and strategy rests upon the following:
Generating a sustainable future and maximizing possibilities
Creating organic growth whilst at the same time wishing all well
Doing the least amount of harm to create the greatest result for everyone involved
Empowerment and conscious benevolent leadership
We have a different choice
Benevolent leadership goes beyond being “ethical” or fulfilling social responsibilities. It is an entirely new way of being and functioning in life. Benevolent leaders shift away from the mindset “I have to get my share.” They give up using and abusing to get what they want and instead embrace generosity of spirit and a benevolent way of being that looks at the different futures that can be created.
Benevolent capitalism is an opportunity to create different possibilities in the world. We can begin by choosing to be a contribution to the world, and by choosing to eliminate all the created walls of separation around us. What will it take for this to become a reality here?