Read Cynthia Figge’s chapter in Trust, Inc. …Hot New Release on Amazon!

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Read Cynthia Figge’s chapter in Trust, Inc. …Hot New Release on Amazon!

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Cynthia has joined many thought leaders in Trust, Inc.: Strategies for Building Your Company's Most Important Asset, edited by Barbara Kimmel. Trust, Inc., steady on the Hot New Release list on Amazon, includes powerful essays by thought leaders like Stephen M. R. Covey & Greg Link, Patricia Aburdene, Amy Lyman, Jim Kouzes & Barry Posner, Lolly Daskal, Bob Whipple, and many others.

“Business must also address real needs and be compassionate and sustainable,” says Figge, who wrote the In Apple We Trust? chapter focusing on Apple's new stated direction in regards to transparency and supply chain.

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Cynthia Figge is a forerunner and thought leader in the corporate sustainability movement. She is COO and Cofounder of CSRHub, the world’s largest database that aggregates and organizes data and knowledge on the social, environmental, and governance performance of 8,400 companies to provide sustainability ratings to the marketplace. In 1996 she co-founded EKOS International, one of the first consultancies integrating sustainability and corporate strategy. Prior to founding EKOS, she was an officer of LIN Broadcasting / McCaw Cellular, and led new businesses and services with Weyerhaeuser, New York Daily News; and with New Ventures. Cynthia is Board Director of the Compassionate Action Network International. Cynthia received her bachelor's degree in Economics and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. She lives in the Seattle area.  

Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Amy Lyman | Apple | Barbara Kimmel | Bob Whipple | Cynthia Figge | Diversity & Inclusion | Inc. | Jim Kouzes & Barry Posner | Lolly Daskal | Patricia Aburdene

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