Challenging Assumptions, Thinking Ahead, and Managing Surprise
What will the international peace and security environment look like in 2025? Which issues will be the focus in 2025? How do we address the complexity of interconnections and speed of change? How can we most effectively respond in this changing landscape? Join us for an enriching discussion and exchange with a diverse group of participants and experts.
The overall objectives are to:
- Enhance awareness of the skill-sets on – crisis management, leadership, strategic foresight – to be better prepared to respond to the peace and security environment of 2025.
- Gain familiarity with the security implications of emerging technologies and how long-standing issues, such as terrorism, are rapidly changing.
- Recognise the principal challenges of global issues, such as climate change, in an increasingly interconnected world.
Part 1 – with a scenarios as a frame and a solutions-oriented perspective: deep dives into three topics – climate change, terrorism, and technology (focus on artificial intelligence) in small groups – followed by a plenary discussion on the interconnections.
Part 2 – actively exploring the approaches necessary to have to manage 2025 – related to crisis management, leadership, and strategic foresight – to start employing in professional settings today.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is open to anyone interested in collectively exploring with GCSP experts the future of peace and security and to those keen to enhance their ability to respond to the challenges and opportunities this environment may pose.
Due to the COVID19 situation and the understanding of the need for specific soft skills and leadership good practices particularly at this moment, the GCSP is offering the workshop with more accessible prices.
Apply by 8 January to qualify for a 15% discount. GCSP Alumni qualify for a 20% discount. A limited number of partial tuition waivers may be available.
Discounts are not cumulative.