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GLC 2022
Join Our Public Sessions

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Join us for the public Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Global Leadership Challenge 2022
on 8 and 12 December.

Live from the University of Oxford and the Kulturzentrum Lokremise in St. Gallen, we will explore the values and skills needed to empower the next generation of responsible leaders and highlight the most outstanding ideas of this year’s GLC cohort on how to accelerate action on four key UN Sustainable Development Goals.

 

From 8-12 December, GLC 2022 convenes 100 promising young leaders to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time by integrating responsible leadership and practical actions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Throughout the week-long challenge, GLC participants engage in cross-generational dialogues with Senior Advisors to learn from each other and develop a wide range of action projects focused on one of four SDGs that directly impact their communities around the world. Learn more: About GLC .

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8 December:

Virtual Opening Ceremony live from the University of Oxford

In the Opening Ceremony of the Global Leadership Challenge at the University of Oxford, we will explore a new vision for leadership and how young leaders can address some of the most pressing challenges of our time. The Ceremony will set the context before GLC Members dive into the challenge and start shaping their ideas into projects. The event will feature an intergenerational dialogue between Arunma Oteh, Former Vice President and Treasurer of the World Bank and a GLC Member, moderated by Dr Edward Brooks, Executive Director of the Oxford Character Project, University of Oxford.

 

The public Opening Ceremony will take place on 8th December from 1:00-2:00 pm GMT / 2:00-3:00 pm CET. You can register to participate online here.

 

12 December:

Closing Ceremony live from St. Gallen

During the Closing Ceremony, a jury - including Prof. Amanda Shantz (HSG) and Prof. Alexander Betts (Oxford) - will select the best GLC projects. In addition, our speaker Simona Scarpaleggia (EDGE Strategy, former CEO of IKEA Switzerland) will explore ways in which generational and gender equity matter for the future of work. 

 

We would be very pleased to welcome you to the Closing Ceremony, which will also enable an exchange between the Swiss participants of the GLC, the members of the ISC and selected partners of the St. Gallen Symposium.

It is also possible to register for digital participation. Further information on the event will be provided after your successful registration. 

 

The public Closing Ceremony will take place on 12 December from 5:00-6:00pm CET / 4:00-5:00pm GMT - followed by an aperitif - at the Lokremise, St. Gallen. You can register for both physical and digital participation.

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