Corporate Generosity Is Increasingly Essential For Your Company

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Jeff Bond

As the CEO of Chat With Leaders Media and Executive Partner at People-First Elevation Team, I lead a dedicated team specializing in thought leadership development, stakeholder engagement, and effective global communication. We excel in producing corporate podcasts, meetings, and events to drive customer and team member acquisition, retention, and engagement. Additionally, we provide speaker coaching to empower thought leaders within our clients' organizations.

My approach is grounded in Conscious Capitalism, fostering leaders with a values-driven, pro-capitalism perspective. I firmly believe in business's transformative power, not only as a commercial venture but as a catalyst for lasting social and generational impact.

Beyond my professional role, I cherish my most significant leadership role as a father to three children, alongside my wife Katie. This personal aspect deeply influences my professional path, aligning my business strategies with family values, faith, and community service in Atlanta, GA.

In today’s episode, Jeff chats with the Founding President of goBeyondProfit, Megan McCamey, about her leadership in the state of Georgia in partnership with Jackson Healthcare, the increasingly essential role of generosity in business resilience, and their latest research with Georgia CEO that outlines the critical issues surrounding mental health and flexibility.

More About Megan McCamey

Megan McCamey is the founding President of goBeyondProfit, a venture built to help CEOs lead purposefully and authentically amidst changing expectations from stakeholders. goBeyondProfit is an example of the types of ventures Megan has executed throughout her career bringing capacity and experience that turns an idea into a new business line or stand-alone enterprise.

Earlier in her career, Megan was Senior Advisor to the CEO for Points of Light and founding President of the Civic Incubator where she built new enterprises through mergers/acquisitions and joint ventures between for-profits and non-profits. Reporting to the Chair of McKenna, Long & Aldridge, Megan led the philanthropic and community impact strategy firm-wide including a multi-faceted effort to fight human trafficking nationwide. She transitioned to advise the new US Chair of Dentons, LLP on a post-merger social impact and corporate responsibility platform. She also worked closely with the founders of GreenPrint as they launched a sustainability solutions company.


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