Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1-day workshop
Stakeholders can often define the success or failure of a project or initiative. They can be your biggest champions, or your harshest critics.
So, learning how to effectively communicate with stakeholders is a required skill for any project manager or leader, or anyone who regularly interacts with an organisation’s stakeholders.
Communicating with stakeholder groups requires balancing the needs of stakeholders with the needs of the project.
It also entails engaging stakeholders while managing their input, ensuring that they receive appropriate information in a timely way, and also have the opportunity to provide feedback.
Communicating effectively with stakeholders means first gaining and fostering their trust, and then being able to effectively influence them in order to solicit their buy-in, support and assistance.
In this course, participants will learn valuable skills which will enable them to enhance communication with this strategically important and powerful group and vastly improve stakeholder relationships.
This course, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for people who are required as part of their role to manage and deliver internal and/or external stakeholders’ expectations.
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