The 2021 Declaration on Government reform states that:
"we will operate more seamlessly with institutions outside government, building partnerships with the wider public sector, private sector and community organisations to secure the best outcomes for citizens"
Yet, many strategy and policy interventions fail at the implementation stage, frequently as a result of ineffective stakeholder management.
This one-day programme looks at the principles of effective stakeholder management and some approaches to ensure long term stakeholder buy in and engagement.
This highly participative programme uses a blend of information sharing, conversation, examination of case studies to explore the topic, and exercises based on delegates own issues, led by our highly experienced facilitator.
Participants in this interactive programme will:
“ I really enjoyed the training and the trainer paced everything so well - I usually have a hard job writing as many notes as possible and get left behind - thanks for going at a nice steady pace. I really liked the process of engaging in stakeholders and how to categorise them - something I've never done, I've just labelled them all as stakeholders and managed them the same way - so I will 100% take that away from the day and be more methodical in my approach to stakeholder management. “
“ As we quickly moved into the subject it became apparent that this is something that is a lot more important than I may have given it credit for previously. The course definitely gave me awareness of the use of stakeholder management, and I feel far more confident in developing the skills and deploying the techniques revealed during the course. “