Whether it’s responding to voting rights legislation or the latest incident in racial inequity, the pressure is mounting for companies to take a stand.
What guides your company’s decision to make a statement, or not, on high-profile issues? How can you develop a cross-functional decision-making process that takes into account your different key stakeholders? Who needs to be in the room to develop, deliver and execute on the key messages and communications strategy? What do you need to do to ensure your public response will endure immediate and long-term scrutiny?
Join us on May 20 at 10-11 a.m. EST for “Assessing Companies’ Roles in Corporate Activism,” a senior level, off-the-record virtual discussion about mitigating risk and uncertainty in the face of these daunting challenges. Our featured guests include Collis Jones, Vice President, U.S. Public Affairs Policy & Strategy at John Deere, Bruce Mehlman, Founding Partner, Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas; and Alison Omens, Chief Strategy Officer at JUST Capital, who will share their unique private and public sector insights and perspectives on navigating these complex waters. More speakers TBC. The conversation will offer practical tactics and techniques and will be facilitated by Dave Curran, Chairman of the FiscalNote Executive Institute.