"Changing people's minds" is powerful
An example of the extraordinary locations where we stimulate leaders to both think the unthinkable and think bravely. Then they are better equipped to embrace and confront the huge new existential challenges for leaders, especially on sustainability and the climate emergency.
TtU’s Nik Gowing was a panellist (second from right) at the Swedish Lunch’s annual outdoor event at the World Economic Forum in Davos. It is described as one of the hottest tickets of the week.
Host Alexander Widegren said afterwards: “What I heard of the panelists views I have never heard before - it changed my mind. Changing an audience’s mind is not only very powerful but also memorable.
“I am sure I speak for the entire team Swedish Lunch: to have you involved once again if you so wish - a true delight!”
The Swedish Lunch provides a multi-sector forum to promote Swedish values of innovation, equality and inclusive growth. Its aim is to bring world leaders together, increase global connectivity and share inspiration.