Role : Co-lead faculty, co-program developer
Location: London, England
Date:Oct 30-31, 2014
An unhappy stakeholder with a cell phone and internet connection can turn a problem into a crisis that can threaten the very survival of your company
Twenty executives will spend two intense days learning from and with global experts on how to effectively engage stakeholders in emerging markets. This course is a practical blend of lectures, case studies, discussions, dilemma-solving group work and individual reflection. The two-day programme combines real-world tools and strategies with strategic insights and down-to-earth approaches. These will equip executives to engage and work better with stakeholders especially in lean or frontier markets.
Objectives & Learning Outcomes
The programme objective is to provide participants with insights, understanding, tools, techniques, strategies and networks that will help them and their companies to be more effective at engaging and working with stakeholders in what used to be known as emerging markets – now frontier markets.
Course Leaders Include:
- Tobias Webb, Founder, Innovation Forum and Ethical Corporation
- Wayne Dunn, Founder and President of the CSR Training Institute and Professor of Practice in CSR at McGill University
- Ignacio Gavilan, Owner & Principal Consultant at Accipiter – Sustainability Advisory Services
- Dr Peter Davis, Co-chaired David Cameron’s Working Group on Responsible Business Practice and Author of “Corporations, Global Governance and Post-Conflict Reconstruction”
Ongoing support for your development
As part of your participation in the two day course, we’re offering you a six month follow up option with Wayne and Tobias via phone, email or even face to face to help you achieve your goals and become a more effective manager.
If you have any questions, or you’re interested in attending, do get in touch:
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