Whether online or in person, there’s never been a more important time to participate in thought leadership.

As we resurface from the pandemic, are you challenging yourself to get outside of your own head in how you lead your organization? How are you making time to connect with top experts across different industries, network, and gain new perspectives that will strengthen and inform your ability to make good decisions? What resources do you have to stay on top of the latest trends, ideas, and changes shaping your industry?

The FiscalNote Executive Institute is proud to announce our 2021 fall programming.

 

SEPTEMBER

 

Saving Bipartisanship in an Age of Extremism: Can the Electoral System be Designed to Support Consensus?

Sept. 9, 11 a.m.-noon EDT

While the past few months have shown brief moments of bipartisanship, the prevailing political sentiment in Washington is ideological gridlock. Elected officials remain incentivized to further polarize American politics, creating uncertainty for business leaders and a crisis of public faith. Join FNEI and the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress to discuss how to navigate this reality.

 

OCTOBER

 

“Keep a Seat” Discussion: Living (and Surviving) in the Moment

Oct. 14, 9:30-10:30 a.m. EDT

Building upon FNEI’s previous “Keep a Seat at the Table” gender equity discussions, join FNEI in October when we team up with 3M to host an invite-only discussion for senior leaders. We’ll continue an important conversation about female executives’ resilience during the pandemic and discuss lessons learned, new priorities, and asserting equality in a hybrid workplace.

 

Making Healthier Employees, Families, and Communities an ESG Priority

Oct. 28 2021, 10-11 a.m. EDT

The pandemic made it clear that the private sector plays a key role in health, safety, and security — whether it is protecting employees at work or influencing the health of individuals, families, and communities across America. Join FNEI to hear why health belongs on the ESG agenda and learn how businesses across a range of industries are taking steps to help build a healthier country.

Register here.

NOVEMBER

 

Integrating Your GA Strategy Into Your Company’s DNA

Nov. 9, 10-11 a.m. EDT

Making sure your government affairs strategy is front and center across your company or organization is key to ensuring you have the buy-in, resources, and support needed to make an impact. Join FNEI for a virtual conversation covering best practices and lessons learned on integrating GA into a company’s overall DNA and getting the C-suite on board with your vision.

Register here.

Post-COP26 Insights: Assessing Countries’ Climate Commitments and the Outlook for ESG

Nov. 18, 10-11 a.m. EDT

COP26 is set to be a landmark event in global climate policy, with many governments and policymakers focusing on “building back better” after the COVID-19 pandemic. For global companies, the decade out to 2030 will be crucial to act on climate change and to strengthen their ESG commitments. Join FNEI and top analysts from Oxford Analytica after the UN’s COP26 is over to hear their assessments of countries’ latest plans to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement, and hear their exclusive insights to inform how to align your ESG goals.

Register here.

DECEMBER

 

Data Privacy Discussion

Dec. 7, more details forthcoming

Join FNEI and top tech insiders and experts for a deep dive into the latest data privacy issues affecting policy and regulation and what that means for how organizations can mitigate risk and uncertainty.

 

FNEI Advisory Board Meeting

Dec. 16

FNEI will end 2021 with a festive gathering with our FNEI Advisory Board members in the Big Apple. Join us in one of the world’s most exciting cities to reconnect, meet new Board members, and envision the new year together.

Please note FNEI will be acting in accordance with the latest social distancing guidance from the CDC and FiscalNote’s corporate policies for any and all events. We will put the health and safety of our participants first and notify them accordingly of any changes to our programming.