Stakeholder Engagement

This In-house programme will teach your team how to engage with stakeholders in any role within the organisation from projects to negotiation through to implementing strategies.

Course Overview

The content of a one-day In-house stakeholder engagement course can be designed to suit the audience and is likely to include;

  • The notion and application of the stakeholder concept
  • Techniques to identify project stakeholders
  • How to establish the position of stakeholders in relation to the desired project outcomes
  • Approaches to prioritise stakeholders
  • How to negotiate a new position with key stakeholders

Sessions are designed to be practical and interactive so that delegates acquire knowledge, skills and new perceptions that they can apply to their specific contexts.

Why you should attend

Learn how to engage with stakeholders in any role within the organisation from projects to negotiation through to implementing strategies

Who should attend?

Anyone involved in projects within an organsiation or supporting projects with clients.

Your next step is to call us now on +44 (0)20 7729 6677 or email us at info@falconbury.co.uk or use our contact form and find out how we can help. There are no commitments, and if we cannot help our advice and recommendations are free of charge.

Recommended Trainers

Neil Allan, Senior Lecturer in Strategy at the Bath School of Management, University of Bath. Neil has over 25 years experience in industry working in an international context, including 8 years in Bermuda. He leads the MBA strategy programmes at Bath and has recently led a Dti funded initiative into Strategic Risk and published an innovative Guide for Senior Executives.

Dr Hilary Lewis, a visiting lecturer in Strategy and Organisational Learning at the Universities of Bristol and Bath, and whose consulting expertise is in stimulating organisational development through strategic visioning.