Conflicting Stakeholder Engagement in a Polarized Political Climate
Private round-table breakfast - London, 6th June 2019, The Ivy Club
“In an age when anyone invents his own truth, there are no communities, only factions” - Dean Koontz, Relentless
The remit of professional bodies and trade associations in 2019 is a challenging and exciting one, demonstrating the value and contribution of your sector to the economy and society amid an ever-changing geopolitical backdrop and conflicting stakeholder demands.
To share perspectives on addressing the many communities organisations serve, this by-invitation only round-table breakfast exclusively for leaders is set for Thursday 6th June at the Ivy Club, London.
To help lead the conversation with Echo Advisory Board Member Neil Sherlock on conflicting stakeholder engagement and managing in a polarized political climate from New York is Mike Fernandez, a highly skilled professional who has helped organizations navigate complex challenges in technology, health care, food, insurance and financial services sectors, including the world's largest privately-held company, Cargill. Mike is also the youngest press secretary in the history of the US Senate and the first US-born Latino to serve as the CCO of a Fortune 500 company.
The event is held under Chatham House rules to encourage a frank and open exchange.