The 2-Day action learning workshop covers the 6 mission critical knowledge areas of stakeholder management.
What is Stakeholder Management?
Stakeholder management is managing people and relationships. It is synonymous with 360 degree system, i.e. begins with self, and then peers, subordinates, superiors, customers. Self-awareness requires a person to “See-Think-Feel-Do-Reflect” for introspection so that corrective actions can be made rapidly. Focus on maximising the strengths.
Why is Stakeholder Management Essential?
Stakeholder management begins with planning with clarity to achieve your strategic intent. It involves organising meticulously to achieve effective and efficient implementation of your endeavour taking cognizance of stakeholders’ expectations. Leading and influencing stakeholders’ requirements. Monitoring and controlling risks within the threshold of stakeholders’ demands. Also includes coordinating to attain optimisation of resources to satisfy stakeholders’ needs. In reality 4 Qs are essential, i.e. AQ (Adversity Quotient), EQ (Emotional Quotient), SQ (Social Quotient), and IQ (Intellectual Quotient).
When is Stakeholder Management Inevitable?
The organisational politics life cycle is inevitable. Each cycle will depend on the longevity of the CEO. Whenever a new CEO is appointed the organisational politics will resonate from peak to stability when positive politics over powered the negative ones.
How to Romance Organizational Office Politics?
There are 7 steps in romancing positive organisational politics. A case analysis will be carried out by the participants.
Who are the Political Stakeholders?
There are 6 distinct types. Each type will be discussed in detail and reinforce by a case analysis as to which type is the most vital.
Where is Organizational Politics Most Severe?
Organisational politics happen any time, any place, anywhere. To survive, a person requires 4 types of power, i.e. expert power, connection power, adaptive power, and survival power. The one with the full-power will be the winner in organisational politics.