Gen2: Leadership Program Virtual Alumni Summit Gen2: Leadership Program Virtual Alumni Summit
Gen²: Leadership in Critical Issues Gen²: Leadership in Critical Issues
Virtual Virtual

Gen² is returning for a third year!

December 6-8, 2022
(this is December 7-9 in most of Asia Pacific)

Gen² (Generation squared), a generative space across generations, is a virtual summit of the East-West Center leadership alumni which brings together people across generations. This generative space showcases and celebrates the variety of diversity in our community. Gen² offers peer-to-peer collaboration, professional development, leadership learning, inspiration and opportunities to connect.

Click on the image to view this year's Gen² program guide.

Through the summit we hope participants...

  • Strengthen and make new connections
  • Learn about and try new things of professional and personal value
  • Experience the EWC Leadership Program and network as relevant and valuable
  • Recognize the possibility of communities to create positive change
  • Engage in and organize future events like this

This year's summit themes:

  • COMMUNITY PEACEBUILDING: developing and strengthening community trust, safety, and social cohesion helps build capacities for promoting inter-group interaction and dialogue, resolving disputes and conflicts, and addressing underlying structural and societal issues. How are you and/or groups you are involved in building peace at the grassroots? What kind of leadership is needed to support peace in tangible ways? What inspires you and your communities to work for peace?
  • FUTURES: imagining and actively preparing for the emerging world can help leaders and communities comprehend and shape the future. How are you and/or the groups you are involved with exploring and shaping the future? What are the key challenges and opportunities you see on the horizon and envision in the coming decades? What are the mindsets and capacities leadership must embody to be prepared for what's ahead?
  • WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: it's no secret that women are among those groups who are seen in fewer positions of leadership and are less recognized as leaders. And yet, gender diversity is consistently linked to higher performance and earnings, among other positive outcomes. How are you and/or the groups you are involved in helping leadership and leaders be more inclusive? What are the lessons you've learned along the way?

For information regarding the 2020 and 2021 Gen² alumni summits, visit our website here.

Gen² is returning for a third year!

December 6-8, 2022
(this is December 7-9 in most of Asia Pacific)

Gen² (Generation squared), a generative space across generations, is a virtual summit of the East-West Center leadership alumni which brings together people across generations. This generative space showcases and celebrates the variety of diversity in our community. Gen² offers peer-to-peer collaboration, professional development, leadership learning, inspiration and opportunities to connect.

Click on the image to view this year's Gen² program guide.

Through the summit we hope participants...

  • Strengthen and make new connections
  • Learn about and try new things of professional and personal value
  • Experience the EWC Leadership Program and network as relevant and valuable
  • Recognize the possibility of communities to create positive change
  • Engage in and organize future events like this

This year's summit themes:

  • COMMUNITY PEACEBUILDING: developing and strengthening community trust, safety, and social cohesion helps build capacities for promoting inter-group interaction and dialogue, resolving disputes and conflicts, and addressing underlying structural and societal issues. How are you and/or groups you are involved in building peace at the grassroots? What kind of leadership is needed to support peace in tangible ways? What inspires you and your communities to work for peace?
  • FUTURES: imagining and actively preparing for the emerging world can help leaders and communities comprehend and shape the future. How are you and/or the groups you are involved with exploring and shaping the future? What are the key challenges and opportunities you see on the horizon and envision in the coming decades? What are the mindsets and capacities leadership must embody to be prepared for what's ahead?
  • WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: it's no secret that women are among those groups who are seen in fewer positions of leadership and are less recognized as leaders. And yet, gender diversity is consistently linked to higher performance and earnings, among other positive outcomes. How are you and/or the groups you are involved in helping leadership and leaders be more inclusive? What are the lessons you've learned along the way?

For information regarding the 2020 and 2021 Gen² alumni summits, visit our website here.

Gen2: Leadership Program Virtual Alumni Summit

More from this series
VIEW ALL