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Corporate diplomacy consists in developing the company’s political, relational and social capacity so that it can interact positively and build with all the stakeholders in the countries or regions in which it is active; the goal is to ensure long-term sustainability and economic performance. Conceptually, this form of diplomacy is an emerging domain that crosses two fields that seem a priori distinct: International Relations, geopolitics, social and societal analysis with the strategic vision of the company and its management. stakeholders) thereby enabling effective implementation and accomplishment of the company’s objectives.”

Corporate diplomacy is an emerging domain that brings together two fields:  international relations, geopolitics, social analysis on the one hand and the strategic vision of the company on the other.
The arrival of corporate diplomacy has led to important changes in the public role of economic stakeholders. 
Companies are becoming stakeholders in society among traditional forms of power such as states, or new forms, such as NGOs or virtual communities. Corporate diplomacy consists in developing and maintaining dynamic interactions not only with governments but also, and perhaps above all, with the different components of society. In this sense, one could say that companies are stakeholders in civil society.

Stakeholder mapping & analysis
Integrating stakeholder mapping & analysis into core systems
Stakeholder relationships 
Adapting to negative feedback 
Strategically communicating to reinforce trust & reputation
Cultivating an externally-facing organizational mindset

Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund


The Institute participates in Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund

October 2023, O. Weretelnik (PhD) participates in the 2023 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group (WBG) in Marrakech, Morocco, as a member of the delegation from Institut de diplomatie publique.

The Annual Meetings serve as a platform for finance ministers, agency heads, central bank representatives, NGOs, and academics from around the world to convene and discuss global concerns.

Key topics include the world economic outlook, development, and responses to climate change.

The meetings focus on fostering balanced, resilient, and inclusive global economic growth; controlling inflation and maintaining price stability; promoting transformative reforms to tackle global economic challenges; eradicating poverty; and responding effectively to climate change.

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