Advocating for Frontline Workers at Davos: Reflections from a Social Entrepreneur after the World Economic Forum

Episode 24  |  21 minutes

Jonathan Jackson shares his candid reflections and takeaways from his time at the recent World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, as well as his stance on some of the biggest problems we are facing and the biggest bets we need to make to create a better world.

Some topics covered in this conversation include:

  • The background of the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship and its role at Davos
  • The reality of the state of ‘poly crisis’ - multiple complex crises that a lot of organizations are facing currently
  • The increasing scope of social entrepreneurship and social innovation on the global stage
  • Shedding light on some of the main stage topics at Davos such as the Global Debt Crisis
  • Advocating for Better Jobs for Frontline Workers and why this is important
  • Leveraging technology to scale a more responsive & adaptive workforce
  • The potential around AI & ChatGPT to amplify frontline impact
  • Some of the most compelling ideas shared from social entrepreneurs at Davos

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