The Virtual Town Hall Summit convenes global business leaders to discuss opportunities for Corporate Transformation Amidst Unprecedented Societal Change
Drayton Glendower are proud to announce that Managing Partner, Moula Mokhobo-Amegashie, has been selected as a panelist at the second instalment of The Town Hall Summit.
Panelists to Share Advice on Navigating Financial Uncertainty, Racial Reckoning and the Evolving Tenets of Leadership During a Global Pandemic.
Global business leaders in industries ranging from finance to technology will gather for a virtual town hall discussion around the global Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 and how to find a way forward as the world grapples with sustained reopening, social unrest, and increased unemployment ahead of pivotal elections in a number of nations.
At the two-day summit scheduled on Thursday, October 1 and Friday, October 2, India Gary-Martin, long time global executive turned leadership expert and C-suite coach will convene what will be a second virtual global Town Hall Summit with 16 leaders from three continents. Like the previous summit, the upcoming Town Hall Summit 2.0 will create a space for global leaders to discuss the multitude of factors challenging operations in these uncertain times and share strategies dynamic leaders are using to challenge the status quo.
In four one-hour sessions over two days, participants will share strategies for leading through the new normal and reimagining what business should be to ensure alignment with the shift’s society is demanding. The sessions will include:
- C-Suite Spotlight: Best In Class;
- The Myth: Hard to Find Diverse Talent;
- Building and Maintaining Trust During Crisis; and
- Reimagining Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
The summit will also feature two fireside chats — one at the start of each day- — exploring the careers of Steve Pamon, Chief Operating Officer of Parkwood Entertainment and recent appointee to the Board of Directors for WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc), and Patricia Obo-Nai, the first woman to become Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana and a member of Vodafone’s executive committee.
“We find ourselves in really precarious times. Leaders who are agile, willing to learn and not afraid to say they don’t have the answers will fare better and be far more effective than those who apply outdated models of leadership to navigate change in modern times we haven’t experienced until now.” Gary-Martin says.
The Town Hall Summit is free to participants on a first-come first-serve basis and will also be broadcast on YouTube Live. Register at www.thetownhallsummit.com