Page Conversation on Transforming Divisive Discourse

As divisions along the lines of political ideology continue to grow within workforces in the wake of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, organizations have an opportunity to reinforce their values, strengthen their culture management systems and provide stability for their employees. But, where should they start? On Monday, December 7, at 11 a.m. ET, join us for a Page Conversation on Transforming Divisive Discourse, hosted by Michelle Russo, CCO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. This conversation will also feature insights from:
  • Brooke Barnett, Professor and Dean of the College of Communications at Butler University;
  • Mary Lynn Carver, former CCO of General Mills; and
  • Dr. Joanna Dodd Massey, author of “CULTURE SHOCK: Surviving Five Generations In One Workplace.”
Together, we will discuss how communicators can bridge internal divides during this still-polarized political climate. Then, we'll open up the floor for you to contribute your perspective, ask questions and share your thoughts on political polarization, civility and the future of workplace discourse. Page Conversations are virtual events that give Page and Page Up members a forum to discuss critical topics that are impacting their enterprises and the role of the CCO. Each Page Conversation will feature an interview with an expert, followed by a discussion among members conducted under Chatham House Rules. If you have any questions, please contact Nicole Graney.

WHEN December 7, 2020

TIME 11:00am-12:00pm