Our current economic model is broken. But it did not break itself. And it will not repair itself. We, as private sector and civil society leaders, envision the way forward as a better way of doing business. That’s why we’re working to shift the culture of accountability in business to include not only numbers and performance, but people and planet.
We acknowledge that while we are part of the problem, we have the responsibility—and the power—to lead on the solution. We will create new norms of corporate leadership that go beyond commitment and toward fundamental transformation today, for a better tomorrow.
Leadership in action
United Nations Generation Equality Forum Catalyzes $40 billion in new funding
Business Leaders Champion the Right to a Healthy and Sustainable Environment ahead of the September United Nations Human Rights Council
Superlatives aside, the G7 tax deal is an important step. Courageous business leaders should now push for more
Enel becomes first Italian company to endorse The B Team Responsible Tax Principles
The Inclusion Revolution in Leadership: Changing who leads will transform how we do business
Shell, Unilever and Vodafone explain why responsible tax is so important to their companies
Danone Joins Growing Group of Companies Endorsing The B Team Responsible Tax Principles
Leading Investors Call on Companies to Commit to Responsible Corporate Tax Practice
We will not see the changes we seek by working alone.
We partner with leaders across sectors, regions and industries to collectively create new norms of corporate leadership.