CORPORATE: International Projects



Stakeholder Management


Stakeholders are the people who are directly or indirectly involved with a project and its impact. Stakeholders may be the prime team, the financiers, the clients the company aims to serve and the parties sub-contracted for various services or resources. Legislators, the public sector, civil society, intergovernmental bodies and the media can be stakeholders depending on the scope of the project and the perspective of the analysis. Stakeholder management is about defining the nature of such relationships and using them well for the success of the project. This seminar provides a comprehensive practice of stakeholder analysis and the ensuing communications plan to manage all interfaces with them excellently.


Contents:


  • Mapping the full landscape of stakeholders
  • Analysing and defining the nature of the relationships
  • Prioritizing systems of communication and degrees of engagement
  • Dealing with conflicts of interests
  • Managing the contractual and informal aspects
  • Delegating stakeholders to core team members for them to manage
  • Securing buy-in of top leaders of stakeholder groups
  • Reporting policies and protocols
  • Working with the media.