Collaboration between international business, government and civil society requires accountable leadership. By Dr. Roger Hayes Teaching “Corporate Diplomacy” part of the year in Singapore and consulting with business and government in London and elsewhere the remainder, I have the best of both
Disruption has become the catchall word to describe this period of transformative change. Today’s world speaks of “the fray.” Collaboration and solutions can be difficult. It seems everyone has gone to war, for one point of view or another!
Whatever language you use to describe the polarization we experience online, at work or in communities, the 2018 Strategic Summit is designed to enable you to thrive in the face of turbulence.
Staying above the fray doesn’t imply doing nothing. Doing things involves positive action, clarity of purpose, creating solutions, rising above situations and seeing them from a higher perspective.
Every year, our Summit speakers and panelists are chosen to share the ideas that no one else quite sees, or that groups don’t yet understand well enough. These are digital trends and strategies with the most potential to change the game. These are strategies we will share at the 2018 Strategic Summit!
Don’t let worries about groupthink dissuade you from engaging your peers in collaborative innovation. Attend the 2018 Strategic Summit and learn strategies for overcoming obstacles and implementing new ideas to help you and your organization grow.
The 9th National Summit on Strategic Communications is scheduled on May 7-8, 2018 in an exciting new venue, Constitution Hall, opened recently at American University in Washington, D.C. Please SAVE THE DATES, and check this space often for updates.