In this episode, Brendan interviewed the incredible Myriam Sidibe, Co-Founder, Founder of Brands on a Mission, and they discussed how to drive impact through a purpose-driven performance culture
Myriam is an expert in public-private health partnerships, and has spent 20 years advocating for transparency and sustainability in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. In her 15-year stint at Unilever, she led a handwashing movement that reached a billion people and conceived Global Handwashing Day. Her popular TED Talk on handwashing has over a million views. A resident of Kenya and originally from Mali, she holds degrees in Public Health, Water and Waste Engineering, and Agricultural and Environmental Engineering from prestigious institutions. Currently a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Mossavar Rahmani Centre, she also serves on the boards of WaterAid and the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust.
In this episode, Brendan and Myriam discuss:
- How to lock down business success with purpose
- The truth about the importance of creating a social mission
- Why marketing is insanely powerful
- The beautiful power of profits
- The remarkable results of good partnerships for businesses
- And so much more…
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