The Asia Corporate Leadership Council authoritatively informs its members on critical stakeholder issues, defines cogent calls-to-action, and establishes and promotes best-practices in Corporate Purpose for Asia.
It is the “Go To Place” for knowhow on getting corporate purpose done in Asia.
Six, 2- to 3-hour, Council meetings per year featuring: research briefings; expert panels; facilitated round-robin and break-out discussions; and member case studies and peer-assist exercises. Meetings will focus on dimensioning key components of the “purpose-driven” agenda across stakeholder groups: employees, customers, communities, environment, and investors. Council meetings will be held under Chatham House Rules.
The Asia Corporate Leadership Council (ACLC) is agenda driven and research led. It features a continuous primary research program designed to: Illuminate key corporate purpose imperatives, issues, and challenges; Identify tools and methods for, and pathways to, corporate purpose excellence; Factually inform the public dialogue on the topic of corporate purpose.
The Council will undertake programmatic Public Relations, both via traditional channels and social media, to promote the awareness and prominence of the Council. Members will have the opportunity to feature in these activities on a voluntary basis.