Echo Chamber 2019, London - Conflicting stakeholder engagement in a polarized political climate
Private round-table breakfast
6th June 2019 - London, 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.
Echo Advisory Board Member Neil Sherlock lead the conversation on conflicting stakeholder engagement and managing in a polarized political climate with Mike Fernandez from New York, 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 was held under Chatham House rules to encourage a frank and open exchange.