At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2017, from 17-20 January in Davos, Switzerland, global leaders from around the world gathered to share insights on pressing economic and social issues. EY and other global leaders convened under the theme “Responsive and Responsible Leadership.”
At EY, we believe responsive leaders drive and inspire inclusive growth, an essential part of building a better working world. We are focusing on the role that business can play in solving big issues in collaboration with other stakeholders. The questions we were seeking to address in Davos included:
The seismic shifts in geopolitics and business are underlining the need for leaders to work inclusively to solve the most pressing issues. See insights from EY leaders and read more on the biggest challenges:
Multinational organizations helped create an era of diminished economic opportunity for middle and working classes. Global Vice Chair Beth Brooke-Marciniak says responsive leadership can help.
Can shifting the way women are portrayed in the media help close the gender gap? John Rudaizky, our Global Brand & Marketing Leader, explores.
Now is the time to write a new social compact for a more positive, inclusive future, says our Global Vice Chair Uschi Schreiber.
We are living in an era of accelerated innovation. Global Managing Partner Carmine Di Sibio explores which innovations could begin to drive inclusive growth.
Diversity of thought, openness and strategic thinking are key to innovation, says Jeff Wong, our Global Chief Innovation Officer.
Responsive leaders can no longer ignore the human element of disruption as they navigate into the future, says Valerie Keller, EY Beacon Institute Global Leader.
Can we make the intangible, tangible? Felice Persico, Global Vice Chair of Assurance, says that measuring intangible assets is more critical than ever.
Diversity in your talent pool not only broadens economic inclusion, it’s an essential ingredient of commercial success, says Steve Varley, Chairman and UK&I Managing Partner.
2016 has led to a crisis of trust, says Global Chairman & CEO Mark Weinberger. We need to respond by creating more inclusive growth.
At the start of 2017, it feels that many of the world’s greatest challenges are being left unsolved. Global Vice Chair Uschi Schreiber explores the road ahead.
In this post, originally published on the WEF site, Global Chairman & CEO Mark Weinberger shares five things he learned from working to accelerate gender parity.
The meeting in Davos convened global leaders to share insights on pressing economic and social issues shaping our world. Our delegation at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Davos included:
We are focused on the role that business can play in solving big issues by working inclusively. We invite you to join us in the discussion on social media on: