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In the last two years, elections and voting have been transformed from under-the-radar administrative functions to the most divisive political issues in the headlines. In this fractured political environment, many business leaders feel trapped in a “no-win” situation as their employees call on them to wade into this complex debate and take a stand.
After the 2020 election, the Bipartisan Policy Center convened a group of Fortune 500 business leaders to talk about the role of companies in election and voting issues and what resources leaders needed to engage purposefully and successfully. In this webinar, you’ll hear from you’ll hear from Bipartisan Policy Center’s Tycely Williams and Matthew Weil, as well as Prudential Financial‘s Sarah Keh. They share learnings from that group and advise on how corporate social impact professionals can apply them to make a difference.
You Will Learn:
- How to determine whether your company should engage in election and voting issues
- How to better understand the national political and policy landscape
- What are top action items to consider for engaging in election and voting issues