It’s hard to deny that the US election and its aftermath will have a profound effect on American citizens and the world at large. From climate change and the pandemic to global alliances and economic and social unrest, the populace is deeply entrenched in a state of polarization.
Many organizations are wondering how to address the chasm between right and left, and what many consider right and wrong. What outcomes are likely to unfold post-election? How can companies build bridges, send olive branches, and de-escalate the conflicts within their global employee populations?
We aim to answer these questions and more when NLI’s Dr. David Rock and Dr. Kamila Sip welcomes Dr. Peter Coleman (Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University) in a frank and informative conversation. Join us as we follow the science and history of large scale conflict, and outline the steps organizations can take to successfully bridge the gap.
CEO & Director, NLI
Senior Director of Neuroscience Research, NLI
Professor of Psychology and Education, Columbia University