Milan, May 17, 2021 – 3:44 p.m.
Digital divide, microphones on, little time available: in the book “Negoziando – Toolbox for executive classes” by Tufarelli and Zagari, tips and strategies to reach summits
of Alessia Cruciani
Extraordinary G7 summit last February with double entry: Joe Biden new president of the United States and Mario Draghi new Italian prime minister. Of course, this is an online summit. Which immediately begins with an out of program. Angela, are you listening to us? Maybe you should mute the mic …British Prime Minister Boris Johnson interviews German Chancellor Merkel. Yes, the technological dictatorship imposed by the pandemic has also become the protagonist of political, national and international negotiations. With the most disparate consequences, as recounted by Francesco Tufarelli, Director General of the Presidency of the Council and Director of the Office for the Coordination of European Policies, former Chief of Staff of the Ministers of European Affairs and Cultural Heritage, and author of the precious book ” Negotiating – Toolkit for the ruling classes ”(editor The Skill Press), written with expert on European negotiation issues Cristiano Zagari.
May 17, 2021 | 15:44
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