Date

4 October 2018

Time

6.30pm - 8.30pm

Address

U.S. Chamber of Commerce 1615 H Street, Northwest Washington, DC 20062

A Conversation with Chris Lewis and Dr. Pippa Malmgren


How can today’s business leaders keep up with seismic geopolitical and economic shifts we see in the world around us? Join us to hear bestselling author Chris Lewis and superstar megatrends analyst Dr. Pippa Malmgren discuss their latest book The Leadership Lab, written to help you lead through these changes successfully. Covering everything from how to build a new type of leadership trust when other spheres of public power have been overturned, to robots overtaking companies and worldwide indebtedness affecting business, this book explains not only why the old rules no longer apply, but also how to blaze a trail in this new world order and be the best leader you can be.

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Key takeaways:

  • Learn how to adapt to changing political, social and technological changes
  • Find out what ‘situational fluency’ means and how to use it to strengthen your own leadership narrative
  • Discover how to build an empathetic, credible, stable and strong leadership path

Agenda:

  • 6:00–6:30 p.m. — Check-in and networking
  • 6:30–7:30 p.m. — Fireside chat and Q&A with Chris Lewis and Dr. Pippa Malmgren
  • 7:30–8:30 p.m. — Book signing and networking

All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of The Leadership Lab.

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Meet the Authors

Chris Lewis is an entrepreneur and author of the best-selling book on ideas and creativity, Too Fast Too Think. He is a former journalist and founder of one of the largest creative agencies in the world, LEWIS. Founded in 1995, his practice now encompasses more than 25 offices and 500 staff.

Dr. Pippa Malmgren is an economist and an entrepreneur. A former White House Presidential adviser, she now advises the British government and the world’s largest financial and military organizations. She is the author of the best-selling economics book Signals. She correctly forecasted the great Financial Crisis, the slowdown in China, Brexit and the rise of American nationalism.