GLF Members Contribute to the House View
Saidler & Co. has been a proud partner of the Global Leadership Foundation (GLF) for many years. As part of a new partnership initiative, several members of the GLF will start contributing their distinguished expertise to Saidler & Co.’s House View publication. All members of the GLF are former heads of state or heads of government.
Since the beginning of our partnership with GLF, we have always sought mutually beneficial ways to enhance our cooperation. Besides the donation aspect of our partnership, Saidler & Co. also participates in the GLF's International Council - a community of supporters comprised of business leaders, philanthropists and foundations. As of next month, the partnership will be further expanded. Select GLF members will start contributing their distinguished insights in the form of articles in Saidler & Co.'s House View, with a particular focus on current events, politics and geopolitics.
The Global Leadership Foundation (GLF) is dedicated to supporting political leadership and good governance, worldwide, by making the experiences of past leaders available to today's national leaders. The GLF is a global network composed of 45 members - all of whom are former heads of state or heads of government or other senior leaders with first-hand knowledge of the difficulties of political leadership. From September onwards, the House View will benefit from the expertise and views of these professionals and will publish select articles, exclusively available to House View readers.
Among the esteemed Members of the Global Leadership Foundation are Joe Clark, Prime Minister of Canada (ret.), Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand (ret.), Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia (ret.) Carl Bildt, Prime Minister of Sweden (ret.), John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland (ret.), Micheline Calmy-Rey, President of the Swiss Confederation (ret.), Lawrence Gonzi, Prime Minister of Malta (ret.), Wolfgang Schüssel, Chancellor of Austria (ret.), Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Prime Minister of Denmark (ret.) and Kaspar Villiger, President of the Swiss Confederation (ret.).