6 – 7 June Stakeholder Reputation Management Master Class Training in Johannesburg

I will facilitate my acclaimed Stakeholder Reputation Management Master Class again from 6 – 7 June at the Hotel Apollo in Ferndale, Randburg – just around the corner from Multichoice HQ.

With the upcoming municipal elections and a new draft King Code 4 on Corporate Governance, many organisations are revamping their stakeholder profiling and engagement practices, as they are envisaging changes in relationships, networks, contacts and stakeholder importance.

The Stakeholder Reputation Management Master Class covers stakeholder identification, profiling, mapping, prioritization, engagement and other techniques. It also helps companies to comply with the recommendations of the King Code 3 on Corporate Governance and will lay the foundation for a more stakeholder inclusive approach as recommended in the King Code 4 draft – one that takes into account and balances stakeholders legitimate and reasonable needs, interests and wants.

Since its inception in 2006, the Stakeholder Reputation course has received many accolades and became established as a must-attend course for stakeholder managers looking to gain best practices about stakeholder management and building company reputation. It has been attended by more than 800 senior executives and managers from Government and Industry.

The Stakeholder Management Master Class has been described as essential training for anyone in the Stakeholder & Reputation Management field and will equip a delegate with the competencies to design a Stakeholder Management system and manage an intricate web of relationships with a systematic approach.

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Time: 16.00 - 16.45
Appearance: 18th Southern African Internal Audit Conference Presentation
Format: Other

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