A Financial Health Moon Shot: PayPal’s Dan Schulman
Barefoot Innovation Podcast
Dan Schulman is CEO of Paypal. With extensive corporate experience and a lifelong commitment to social justice, Dan Schulman believes the private sector has a responsibility to serve multiple stakeholders and to improve the state of the world. Dan has frequently been recognized by Fortune as one of the top 20 Businesspersons of the Year.
For Dan Schulman, being the leader of a major tech company isn’t about the financial bottom line -- for him, it’s about the social bottom line. Dan is the CEO of PayPal, and he’s dedicated his life and career to using his influence as a tech CEO to chase missions that go far beyond business. From helping solve issues of equity and equality, to addressing homelessness and providing living wages, Dan’s redefining what it means to run a business.Today, we feature a conversation between Dan and Monica Langley, host of "Inflection Point," They discuss why Dan believes business and social impact should go hand-in-hand and why taking care of your employees makes your business more valuable in the long term.
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How we can actually pay people enough -- with Paypal CEO Dan Schulman | TED Business
TED Talks Daily
Capitalism urgently needs an upgrade, says PayPal CEO Dan Schulman, and it starts with paying people enough to actually invest in their futures. He explains the epiphany that led PayPal to create a whole new metric for adequate pay, Net Disposable Income, and why investing in employees' financial health is just good business. After the talk, host Modupe Akinola makes the case for going one step further and considering how fair pay might actually mean something pretty different for every employee. Listen and subscribe to "TED Business" and more podcasts from the TED Audio Collective at audiocollective.ted.com.
Dan Schulman: Social Justice, Martial Arts, and No Suits, Please
Out of Office
As a young boy, his mother pushed him around in a stroller through civil rights marches. That memory and his parents' activism played a key role in shaping the values of the President and CEO of PayPal, Dan Schulman. He tells us about how those beliefs guide his decisions as a business leader, the benefits of starting his day with martial arts, and why he’s partial to blue jeans and cowboy boots.
Profit and Purpose Go Hand in Hand: Corporate Leaders Dan Schulman and Mellody Hobson on Values-Driven Business
Aspen Ideas to Go
Corporations can play a critical role in closing the wealth gap and confronting systemic racism in America. Taking a hard look at diversity in their workforces, supply chains, and customer bases will pay off — not just in a better corporate image but in an improved economy that benefits everyone, including the corporations. “We as leaders, those of us in positions of power, have an obligation to stand up and act as true corporate citizens, says Dan Schulman, CEO of PayPal. “It also gives us competitive advantage when we do that.” Schulman and Ariel Investment Co-CEO Mellody Hobson discuss corporate responsibility, financial literacy, supporting small businesses, and more. Aspen Institute CEO Dan Porterfield leads the conversation.
How we can actually pay people enough | Paypal CEO Dan Schulman
Capitalism urgently needs an upgrade, says PayPal CEO Dan Schulman, and it starts with paying people enough to actually invest in their futures. He explains the epiphany that led PayPal to create a whole new metric for adequate pay, Net Disposable Income, and why investing in employees' financial health is just good business. After the talk, host Modupe Akinola makes the case for going one step further and considering how fair pay might actually mean something pretty different for every employee.
Dan Schulman, CEO, PayPal: The Philosophy of Never Standing Still
Outside In with Charles Trevail
Five years ago, PayPal was considered a dinosaur in Silicon Valley. With an antiquated structure and business model, and new competitors like Apple Pay entering the market, the digital payments company’s future looked questionable. But in 2015, Dan Schulman took over as PayPal’s CEO. He brought with him a philosophy shaped by his experience studying the Israeli martial art of Krav Maga: never stand still. To constantly move forward, always be learning, and think expansively about the challenges you face. Today, PayPal is “a radically different company” than it once was, says Schulman. Under his leadership, PayPal has become one of the most successful tech companies in the world. He joins the podcast to talk about the mission to democratize financial services, why profit and purpose should never be at odds, and why being a “customer champion” means sometimes going against your own business model to do what’s right for customers. Listen to this episode to learn:• Why a company’s single biggest competitive advantage is its ability to attract and retain the best talent -- and pay them enough to be financially healthy • How PayPal created the “Net Disposable Income” metric to measure its employees’ financial well-being, and why other companies should do the same• Lessons from Schulman’s working relationship and kinship with Sir Richard Branson• How understanding someone’s life through experiencing it (rather than reading a report about it) engenders the authenticity and insight to design relevant products and services • Why CEOs shouldn’t be focused on politics, but rather consistently standing for a set of values