Doing Good and Doing Well! | Conscious Capitalism Part One

For the last 25 years I have been speaking and consulting on culture change- subscribing to the tenets of conscious capitalism not knowing there was such a movement. It was gratifying to come across the book Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business, which echoes what I have been advocating- with clients from the United States Marine Corp to the SPCA of North Texas, that organizations can both do well and do good; whether they be a for profit or nonprofit.  [Read more...]

Purpose Driven Companies | Conscious Capitalism Part Two

Raj Sisodia , cofounder with John Mackey of the Conscious Capitalism movement joined the McCuistion program once again, along with Whitney Johns Martin: Co-Founder/ Managing Director of Texas Women’s Ventures and conscious capitalism practitioner Scott Miller: President of Interstate Batteries.

Our guests talked about the practical application of conscious capitalism and how organizations can adapt the premise of purpose driven capitalism. A strong emphasis was placed on the how to’s of engaging employees so they are excited and committed to the organization’s mission. As I talk about in my work, employees who are empowered to succeed in meaningful work and are energized and enabled by leadership who cares about their employees well being, practice the organization’s mission. The end result, customers who truly enjoy their experience with the organization, who are loyal, refer the organization to others, and no surprise- the organization is more profitable as a result. [Read more...]

Cooksey Communications Celebrates 15 years of Success

Niki McCuistion - Gail Cooksey - Cooksey CommunicationsCooksey Communications, a Dallas/Fort Worth-based strategic communications consulting firm, who works to promote the McCuistion program and the Foundation for Responsible Television, recently celebrated its 15 year anniversary. Founded by President Gail Cooksey in 1994, Cooksey Communications is now ranked the 9th-largest firm in the Dallas/Fort Worth region.

In recognition of the anniversary, Councilman Rick Stopfer of Irving presented a proclamation on behalf of the City of Irving’s Office of the Mayor, which declared Thursday, September 17 as “Cooksey Communications Day.” To celebrate 15 years in business, Cooksey Communications announced that the firm made a donation of $5,000 to the SPCA of Texas, for which Gail Cooksey serves as a member of the board of directors.

“I am thrilled to have achieved this milestone,” said Gail Cooksey. “None of this would be possible without the support of our wonderful and loyal clients and employees. I am grateful to everyone who has made our first 15 years so successful.” Over the last 15 years, Cooksey Communications has served and strengthened the local, regional and statewide business community as the strategic communications partner for hundreds of prestigious companies and organizations.

Niki McCuistion who attended the festivities said, “We are thrilled to have their assistance. Their client roster reads like Who’s Who. Lucky us for all they do, they are generous to a fault. Congratulations Gail and team. We wish you at least another 15 years plus of success.”