This two-day masterclass equips a delegate with the knowledge and skills to become a successful stakeholder relations manager and manage an intricate web of stakeholder relationships with a systematic and strategic approach. It assists companies to comply with the King Code 4 on corporate governance.
Early bird fee - R5,900 excl. VAT per delegate - save R3,000 T&Cs apply - offer expires 24 January. Thereafter full fees apply.
Why you should attend
(The World Economic Forum has announced the theme and details for its 50th Annual Meeting, to be held 21-24 January in Davos, Switzerland. The Meeting's theme will be Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/10/davos-2020-wef-world-economic-forum-theme/). This training provides strategic insight.
Stakeholder Management has been described as Strategic Management of the finest. An organisation derives its reputation from the way its performance, actions and behaviour are perceived by stakeholders. Stakeholders perceptions influence decisions and actions and are in turn influenced by the relationship building, communication, and engagement practices of an organisation.
The uproar of State Capture and the King Code four on corporate governance, have again underscored the importance of progressive and professional stakeholder management and engagement practices. The King Code 4, in particular, recommends becoming a stakeholder inclusive company.
The training includes Stakeholder Profiling, Engagement Techniques, Reputation and Communication Best Practices. It is essential training for Strategy Practitioners and Corporate Affairs Managers and any person working in the Stakeholder Landscape ecosystem.