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Stakeholder Mapping for Public Consultation

Any competent engagement and consultation programme starts with having a good understanding of your stakeholders, and anticipating both how they will react and how they need to be involved.

This course focuses on what is different when it comes to deploying stakeholder mapping in a consultation context, as opposed, to more generic issues.

In this course, we introduce the concept and basic methodology of stakeholder mapping based upon an interest/influence matrix. We explore identification and profiling, the techniques involved and the tests you can apply to aid your mapping.

We’ve created three fictional, but realistic scenarios from the worlds of Health, Planning and Airports, to help you understand how mapping works, and how it enables you to treat each group or individual to the best advantage.

“Great to refresh my knowledge on stakeholder mapping, the course was very clear and comprehensive. Will certainly recommend to others.”
Amanda Wells, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service

Modules: 2
Assessments: 2
CPD Credits: 15
Duration: 60 mins approx.
Bulk unit value: 2
Author: Elizabeth Gammell
Released: 22nd August 2018

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The cost for this course is £66.00 excl. VAT. (£79.20 incl. VAT)

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About the Author

Elizabeth’s career has taken her from teaching, through work in the public affairs industry and into the world of public consultation and engagement. As a Director of the Institute, she has helped to develop many of its unique products and services since 2003.

She is the joint author, with Rhion Jones, of “The Art of Consultation” and "The Politics of Consultation". She has researched widely on the subject – both for material for training courses and in order to deliver presentations and executive briefings, particularly on the impact of the law.

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