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Social And Environmental Inputs In An Age Of of Innovation

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3rd Annual Corporate Working Group On Stakeholder Engagement …

3rd Annual Corporate Working Group On Stakeholder Engagement

Social And Environmental Inputs
In An Age Of of Innovation

A Focus On Energy And Technology Stakeholder Activism

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  • 1. 3rd Annual Corporate Working Group On Stakeholder EngagementSocial And Environmental InputsIn An Age of InnovationA Focus On Energy And Technology Stakeholder Activism November 15 & 16, 2012 Cavallo Point, Sausalito, CA Join Us For This Dynamic Workshop On Stakeholder Engagement The AHC Group and the Future 500 invite you to join 25 senior corporate executives from the world’s leading companies at the 3rd Annual Corporate Working Group on Stakeholder Engagement. Energy and Technology issues and campaigns will impact every company globally and have far reaching policy implications. In a digital world where issues explode in minutes, learn how leadership companies leverage proactive stakeholder engagement to: • Harness external feedback to mitigate reputation risk • Build brand equity and trust • inform long-term, proactive strategic planning. You will hear from leading stakeholder engagement strategists, business executives, and NGO activists on the best practices needed for corporate and NGO decision makers to find the common ground needed to advance the sustainable world we all envision for generations to come. An AHC Group/Future 500 Executive Briefing
  • 2. 3rd Annual Corporate Working Group On Stakeholder EngagementSocial And Environmental InputsIn An Age Of of InnovationA Focus On Energy And Technology Stakeholder Activism November 15 & 16, 2012 Cavallo Point, Sausalito, CA Why You Should Attend This Workshop: • Content-rich networking and collaboration among corporate and NGO executive leaders in stakeholder engagement and corporate social responsibility. • Gain insight into best practice approaches from peers and experts in the field. • Opportunity to learn from compelling case studies that highlight successful strategies and common mistakes. • Connect with Stakeholder Engagement experts from Future 500 and AHC Group, including New York Times best-selling author and AHC Founder Bruce Piasecki, and on the morning of Day 2, here from leading NGO activists leaders. Who Should Attend: • Senior Corporate Executives who wish to enhance their stakeholder engagement efforts with new insights and best practices from other leading firms. Registration: • Cost to attend this event is $1,950. To register, please call AHC Group at 1-518- 583-9615 or Future 500 at 1-800-655-2020 or visit: http://www.ahcgroup.com/Stakeholder-Engagement-c147.html An AHC Group/Future 500 Executive Briefing
  • 3. 3rd Annual Corporate Working Group On Stakeholder EngagementSocial And Environmental InputsIn An Age Of of InnovationA Focus On Energy And Technology Stakeholder Activism November 15 & 16, 2012 Draft Agenda Topics Include: Cavallo Point, Sausalito, CA • Top 10 Issues in 2013 driving stakeholder activism for the Energy and Technology Sectors and their inter-relationships. • Implications for governmental policies from local to global following the U.S. Presidential election. • How a competitive innovation agenda encourages a race to the top by doing more with less. •Case studies highlighting internal culture change needed to avoid repeating common mistakes in stakeholder engagement. • Insight from leading corporate campaigners about how to find common ground and advance corporate leadership. • Shareholder Activism: Hear from leading institutional investors on how they work with companies to build durable shareholder value by competing on sustainability. Registration: • Cost to attend this event is $1,950. To register, please call AHC Group at 1-518- 583-9615 or Future 500 at 1-800-655-2020 or visit: http://www.ahcgroup.com/Stakeholder-Engagement-c147.html An AHC Group/Future 500 Executive Briefing
  • 4. DOING MORE WITH LESS THE NEW WAY TO WEALTH BRUCE PIASECKI Bestseller ranking with…Doing More with Less is an actionable call to arms, with global insights—applicable toprofessionals in any industry—that will make you more adept in the short run andadaptive in the long run. When you establish principles of frugality, you’ll receiveabundant recompense with less debt and risk. Through frugality, we recognizeobligations beyond our own needs and capture greater returns for ourselves, ourfamilies, and our firms. Let it be your mantra: Doing more with less is success. It is timeto rediscover basic frugality and create a better tomorrow for ourselves and for theworld. To order your copy and comment on the book, please visit www.amazon.com. www.doingmorewithlessbook.com

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