Old ways of doing business globally are over: Achieve inclusivity, equity and sustainability within your organization.

Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion provides a critical reference for senior business leaders as they create and maintain a sustainable, inclusive, equitable and compassionate business model that recognizes the new era of global corporate culture and successfully meets its unique challenges.

Identify and address workplace behaviors that threaten a compassionate culture.

Establish a corporate culture that enriches employees and drives profits.

Create strategies for true integration of racial and gender equality, inclusion, and compassion within your business.

Advance a culture that promotes risk mitigation, reputation preservation, employee retention, client satisfaction, investor alignment and profit generation.


Why This Is Needed

The lack of diversity, inclusion and equity that defined traditional corporate culture is on the verge of extinction. Businesses that fail to adapt and cultivate a more compassionate culture, particularly in this era of social evolution, will not thrive within the post-pandemic global marketplace.

Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion goes beyond other books on sustainable leadership and inclusion by analyzing post-pandemic shifts in business environment with a priority towards mental health, corporate culture, and business growth. As Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors continue to drive growth and impact performance, this book speaks to the “social” aspect of creating equitable practices that are demanded by investors, employees, clients, and regulators.

Keesa C. Schreane

KEESA C. SCHREANE is Global Partner Director at Refinitiv focusing on risk and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data and partnerships. She is also host and producer of Refinitiv Sustainability Perspectives Podcast, where she speaks with C-Suite and senior leaders about their agendas around impact investing strategy, sustainable finance, and social impact. Her efforts and dedication have provided her with valuable insights from corporate leaders, academics and not-for profit executives about social impact initiatives, human capital, and ESG practices.

Mark Cuban talks with Keesa about the Evolution of Corporate Culture

Praise for Corporations Compassion Culture

“Keesa Schreane is a powerful emerging voice in business; she represents a generation of innovators, especially women of color, who demand more from the brands that we buy and support. This book celebrates businesses that successfully evolve with social change, while cautioning those that maintain outdated cultures.” —Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO, Girls Who Code; author, Brave, Not Perfect

“Few issues are more important than diversity and inclusion. And few books offer a more practical guide to the topic than this one. Corporations Compassion Culture shows that treating employees with fairness and compassion isn’t a detour on the way to profits. It’s the only path.” —Daniel H. Pink, author, When, Drive and To Sell Is Human

“Schreane delivers a powerful and timely call to action for corporate leadership – revenue alone is not enough, companies must deliver both profits and progress to their employees, shareholders, communities and the environment.   Schreane lays out a framework for how to get that done by investing in a people strategy grounded in compassionate leadership.”—Alejandra Villagra, Financial Services Executive


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A performative diversity and inclusion statement is no longer enough. A compassionate workplace culture empowers all employees to bring innovation and intelligence to their jobs. Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion gives corporate leaders the foundation, analysis, and direction to craft a culture that truly embodies inclusion and equity while driving revenue.