The single most important resource in every company is its human capital. At times of crisis, the significance of this resource is reinforced. The Charney Forum offers a tailormade program with unique content, in order to create a sense of belonging for employees to their workplace, encouraging them to “pay it forward”.
Organizations and high-tech companies (e.g. community managers), big and small, that would like to maintain a connection to their human capital by providing a sense of purpose and belonging to the workplace, as well as resilience, both in times of crisis and normalcy.
The Charney Forum, in collaboration with the University of Haifa, offers workshops and seminars, presenting diverse perspectives about complex issues, promoting multicultural discourse, between people and organizations. We provide tools to navigate the information overload and expand echo chambers. Programs are tailormade to your needs. Participants receive a certificate from the Charney Forum and University of Haifa.
Diplomacy in the 21st century has been profoundly disrupted by the digital revolution, causing a fundamental paradigm shift – from a G2G (government to government) global policymaking model, to a more proactive P2P (people to people) approach, based on marketing, communications, and storytelling. Information overload, hyper-connectivity, social media, and countless newsfeeds, have led to sectarian discourse, fake news, and echo chambers.