The permanent quest for the common good, according to Naftali Brawer, CEO of Spiritual Capital Foundation

11 Jun The permanent quest for the common good, according to Naftali Brawer, CEO of Spiritual Capital Foundation

Geneva, XX June 2014 – The Zermatt Summit Foundation and its members have decided on “The Courage to Dare” as the theme of the fifth Zermatt Summit. As globalisation starts to show its limits and downsides, certain emblematic personalities in spiritual circles have decided to engage in the drive to change people’s mindsets, and thereby, to change the world itself.

Naftali Brawer will attend the 2014 Zermatt Summit to talk about his commitment and his permanent action to create a world with more humanity.

Naftali Brawer is an inspired and inspirational man. Since he was ordained as an orthodox Rabbi at the age of 22, he has worked to encourage people to contribute to the Common Good. Today he writes and consults extensively promoting new economic models that are undergirded with a deep sense of purpose and higher values.

As the CEO of the Spiritual Capital Foundation, Naftali Brawer helps leaders to discover and articulate values so as to lead purpose driven organisations. This entails applying management methods that add meaning to their work and to the lives of their employees.

Rabbi Naftali Brawer will take part in the “Dare to Engage” round table on Friday, 27 June 2014 at 2 pm.

He will be accompanied by:

  • Francesca Immacolata Chaouqui
  • Manuel Leuthold
  • Kate Robertson
  • Arun K. Nanda

The following personalities have already agreed to share their experiences with us