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Politics, Populism and Trust in Business

As a result of the politically volatile times that we are living in, boards need to understand how public and political expectations of business are evolving. This report by EY outlines how boards should respond to political uncertainty and the public's diminishing trust in UK business.

Some of the key areas of discussion include:


- How to understanding and act on political risk 


- The best ways to utilise stakeholder engagement to assist the risk and opportunity identification process


- Ways to gain a better understanding of populism and what it means for your business


- How to use board diversity to better understand the wider business environment 

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Kerry Richardson
Client Services Manager
Collaborative Connections Ltd.

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