This conference will bring together scholars, researchers and thought leaders in the areas of Food Security, Public Health and Policy Advocacy. This unique gathering will consist of speakers and participants from all over West Africa. Africa in the last ten years has seen an upward pivot into harnessing its human capital to implement change in many areas of development. It has become crucial to have a regional forum to discuss these challenges and to initiate collaborative efforts for actionable solutions.
The 2017 Palladium Summit brings together public, private, and government leaders and executives like you who are responsible for leading their organisations into the Impact Economy. These executives drive innovative change, seek new solutions to realize future value, and, most importantly, provide the visionary leadership to effectively guide and align their organisations to make better decisions.
In the last three decades, the role of a corporate citizenship professional has evolved. While many still operate in small teams, you have become experts at drawing on the ideas and information, expertise, effort, and financial support of your internal and external partners to advance your businesses, your communities, and our world. These networks are part of your broader ecosystem. The ecosystems in which we operate create constraints and offer opportunities—coming from multiple directions and always in flux. These ecosystems will be the focus of our conference.
The 2017 Shared Value Leadership Summit will be held on Tuesday, May 9 and Wednesday, May 10 at the Conrad New York. We’ll be hosting for the fourth time in New York City and will feature a two-day agenda gathering more than 400 shared value practitioners. What Can You Expect at the Summit? The 2017 Shared Value Leadership Summit will not only offer inspiration to the innovators who create shared value—but also the tools to get the work done: Expect to be inspired: The plenary stage will feature inspirational speakers who find business opportunities in social challenges.