Leveraging Global Networks: Best Practices Workshop With Carnegie Council
The Melton Foundation, in collaboration with the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is delighted to host “Leveraging Global Networks: Best
Practices” on April 30, 2014. This luncheon workshop aims at sharing the practices and pitfalls of expanding professional networks, and connecting people with a demonstrated experience in managing global networks.
Topics will include the following:
- How do we achieve impact with a network?
- How do we balance diversity and coherence within a network?
- How do we raise the profile and financial support for a network?
When: April 30, 12pm – 2pm
Where: Carnegie Council, 170 East 64th Street New York, NY 10065
Please note: Participation in this workshop is by invitation only.
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) institution serving as a nonpartisan, educational resource for international affairs professionals, journalists, educators and students, business people, and the public worldwide. Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1914, the Council is a forum for the world’s leading thinkers, experts, and decision-makers. Through videos, audios, and publications, the Council reaches a global audience, and embodies Andrew Carnegie’s two great philanthropic interests: educational opportunity and the peaceful resolution of conflict.