What Makes a Conscious Company

A Conscious Company balances execution with humanity: it cares about its people as much as it cares about its business outcomes. Conscious Culture exists to empower you–whatever your role in your company–to create and grow people-first work cultures through resources, conversations, and connections.

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Putting the team’s health and well-being first.



Keeping standards for execution high, but fair.



Giving feedback frequently, consistently, and candidly.



Treating time with the company as one moment in a thriving career.



Making culture deliberate—and not accidental or afterthought.



Inviting all members of the team to embrace the mentality of a founder—which means giving them the ability to speak up, make decisions, and move forward.



Making work hours count in order to not have to count work hours.



Encouraging personality, fun, self-care, and a personal life—and not treating these as “sacrifices” to the altar of overwork.



Welcoming people of all personalities, backgrounds, beliefs, and philosophies.



Caring deeply about impact—both in what the company does for the world, and what it does for its people.


We believe that we can get better results when we focus on achieving our goals without sacrificing our personal lives. At Nexton, we aim to work smarter, not longer, creating an environment that will inevitably drive higher workplace happiness, personal fulfillment, and fantastic business results.”

Diego Sternberg

Founder & CEO, Nexton

As a founder, I couldn’t be prouder of the Conscious Culture we’ve created at Bolt”

Ryan Breslow

CEO Bolt

We are thrilled to be partnering with Conscious Culture to bring collaborative practices to thousands of organizations in the natural and organics industry along with creating forums for leaders to help each other as they live and breathe these practices within the workplace.”

Sharon Reddehase

Executive Director, Naturally Network

The most profound impact from Conscious Culture is the ripple effect. When people are meaningfully supported in work, they are able to give more to their loved ones, their children, their communities. It's an endlessly rising tide.”

Jessie Kernan

Head of Strategy and Product, We Are Rosie

The Future of Work is Here

Conscious Cultures unite personal growth with business success.

Where to Go from Here

If you believe company culture can be better, then sign the Conscious Culture pledge. Signing the pledge turns a passive commitment into an active one. You’ve decided that you want to work on and improve your work culture, and signing the pledge broadcasts that signal to all parts of your organization and beyond.

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