Gagarin's style: How to be number 1?
Communications and Leadership.
Just before the International Day of Human Space Flight, the WCFDavos session in Moscow will gather leading global experts and Russian executives in communications, for a discussion focused on the new challenges to leadership and today's growing value of communications in business and society.
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World Communication Forum in Davos invites you to be part of its Moscow Session:
GAGARIN'S STYLE: HOW TO BE #1?
COMMUNICATIONS & LEADERSHIP
10-11 April, 2014|Moscow Regional Session
- Which corporate unit/expert should reply the question: How to be #1? (CEO, Corporate Management, PR, Marketing, Development, HR)
- Russia & China. Communications as a resource in the battle for leadership: national, corporate, personal.
- How to invent new business ideas, become a leader on the market, or create your market niche?
Isaac Mao, o-Founder and Director of the Social Brain Foundation, venture capitalist, software architect, social media researcher, also known for establishing the CNBlogs.org.
James Gillies, Head of Communications at CERN, Swizterland.
- Debate: Agencies VS In-house PR. Which is the right communication strategy for securing leadership of your company?
- Personal branding. Who can be Gagarin today? How can you become #1?
- Leadership strategies. How to integrate multi-channel communications? Communications with clients, partners, stakeholders, employees, regulators.
- Case studies by leading companies – winners of international awards.
- Transparency Party
- Keynote by Isaak Mao, co-Founder and Director of the Social Brain Foundation, venture capitalist, software architect, social media researcher, also known for establishing the CNBlogs.org: "New leadership in the new era of Sharism".
- Communications as a resource for leadership: Place branding.
- In-house corporate communications at times of crisis.
- The leader’s communication competences. Can anyone become an evangelist? Communications and involvement.
- Communication lead by the organization leader – factor for successful organizational changes.
- Examples of major organizational changes with a high “communications component”.
- Leadership: Form or Content? Communicating the meaning, essence and values of the leader.
More details at: www.forumdavos.com/regional/4