Why CEOs Need to Take a Stand on Social Issues, According to a Harvard Business School Professor

"Do you take a risk? Absolutely. But if you don’t, the greater risk is that you don’t believe in anything."

Bill George, a senior fellow at Harvard Business School and former CEO of Medtronic, stopped by Thrive Global to talk about why it’s important for CEOs to stand up and speak about social issues.

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