A Case of the Mondays
People are Not Disposable (w/ Sebastian Buck)
Jun 24, 2019 · 1 hr 4 min
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This week, Chris sits down with Sebastian Buck, Founder and CEO of  the Creative Impact agency, Enso. They talk about values and meaning at work, how to measure the impact of corporate values, and how Enso helps companies understand and live their own values and make them relevant to their customers and team members.

Chris also reminisces about 1999 and how far corporate values have come since then.

References:
Follow Sebastian on Twitter, and check out his photography here. Read his work on Medium, and Fast Company.

Check out Enso.

Read Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari.

What? You haven't read No Logo by Naomi Klein yet? For shame.

And learn more about the Gilet Jaunes here.


Sebastian Buck is a co-founder of enso, a creative impact agency. He oversees strategic development across all initiatives, including work with Google, Uber, Mattel, Khan Academy, The Nature Conservancy, OfferUp, Medium and 23andme. Prior to enso, he co-founded GOOD/Corps, where he led work with Pepsi on the Pepsi Refresh Project, with Starbucks on Create Jobs for USA and Vote.Give.Grow and with Google, GE, MasterCard and the Gates Foundation. His background is in strategy development for major companies and new initiatives, including scaling GOOD from a magazine to a media business, launching Disney Mobile in Japan and multiple European countries, and establishing British Telecom's video on demand service in the UK (BT Vision). He writes for Fast Company on the evolution of business and publishes Unurth, a website on street art. He holds a law degree from the University of Warwick, UK, and studied corporate finance at London Business School. sebastian@enso.co

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