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January 21, 2020

EY's The Better Question Podcast: Episode 13 - For CEO’s, are the days of sidelining global challenges numbered?

Increasingly disruptive global challenges, such as income inequality, cybersecurity, and climate change, pose direct risks to long-term economic and business growth. Governments are increasingly unable to respond effectively to these challenges. At the same time, corporations have grown more powerful, and employees, customers and other stakeholders expect CEOs to lead the way in addressing them.

The latest EY CEO Imperative Study, created by EYQ, reveals we have now arrived at a tipping point, as CEOs, board directors and institutional investors of the world’s largest companies align on the need for corporate action.

In this episode of The Better Question podcast, EYQ Fellow Chris Meyer and Yassmin Abdel-Magied are joined by Daryl Brewster, CEO of Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose, and Jan Babiak, Independent Board Member and Audit Committee Chair.

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