The Covid-19 pandemic has tested institutions in unprecedented ways and challenged the public’s trust in each institution—government, business, media and NGOs—to do what is right. The 2021 Trust Barometer shows
The Covid-19 pandemic has tested institutions in unprecedented ways and challenged the public’s trust in each institution—government, business, media and NGOs—to do what is right.
The 2021 Trust Barometer shows that business has a new mandate to lead in addressing societal challenges, while also reimagining the post-pandemic workplace and the social contract between employer and employee.
With some countries, particularly developed nations, are starting to take post-pandemic steps, a post-Covid era presents an opportunity for social and economic innovation to redefine how we live, work and collaborate and address an urgent set of challenges: an ongoing infodemic, growing inequality, continued racial and gender injustice, climate change and automation’s impact on the future of jobs and the workplace.
This thought-provoking panel discussion will bring together a group of experts to discuss insights from the latest Edelman Trust Barometer report: “The World After Covid.” The group will engage in conversation, exploring how CEOs and other societal leaders can define a post-pandemic agenda for their organizations, as well as the renewed role business has in making a positive impact on society.
The Edelman Trust Barometer has for more than 20 years studied the perception of Trust. The global communications firm believes that this is the ultimate currency in the relationship that all institutions—companies and brands, governments, NGOs and media—build with their stakeholders.
INFO & REGISTRATION
This webinar will be held on Zoom.
The language will be English.
Participation free of charge – Registration required.
For further information please contact Maria Luisa Fantoni – BCCI Marketing & Event Manager:
(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm