I was really inspired by Davos World Economic Forum winner, Pablo Camacho, a 24-year-old student from Bogota, Colombia.
Below is his answer to the question “Should company executives have a code of ethics similar to doctors and lawyers?”
I just thought this quick 3-minute video was insightful and really made a person think. Why shouldn’t we have secondary goals for CEOs? I understand that the primary job of a CEO is making money, but if you’re able to be a leader of a company, shouldn’t you possess qualities that make you successful not only as a figurehead and decisionmaker, but also a good samaritan?