The thought of involving community and stakeholders in our projects can make most of us a little...apprehensive, to say the least. And, if you've had bad experiences in the past you're probably not rushing back to do it over again. Right?!
But wait! What if there was a formula or step-by-step process that could help you build positive experiences with stakeholders and successful engagement processes? Engagement processes that will result in positive outcomes for your projects.
Well, there is! Take this free course to unlock the two key areas you can master to create successful engagement experiences and excel at your current role and projects.
More and more it is the people who can prove effective engagement and relationship building skills that are advancing in their careers.
So let's make sure that's you!
People who are expected to undertake community and stakeholder engagement tasks as part of their current role and/or projects but haven't had the opportunity to get practical training to help them.
- Project Managers
- Policy Makers
- Site Operators (mining, construction, landfill, industry)
Community and Stakeholder Engagement Specialist
About the instructor
In these roles, I've worked in science, environment, regulation, and infrastructure focused organisations. I have developed strategy that has calmed angry people down, build relationships and, sometimes, when engagement strategy is early and, there is time dedicated to planning, I have achieved time, cost and stress savings for projects and organisations together with great outcomes for the community.
Now, I'm passionate about helping others improve their engagement skills.
I know if you're able to build skills to identify stakeholders and plan to implement better engagement programs your projects will also run efficiently, great outcomes will be achieved and your career will accelerate.
About Max Hardy
I work with leaders and organisations to achieve results through collaboration. I focus on their toughest and most complex projects while building their ongoing capacity to collaborate and engage, across their organisation, with other organisations/stakeholders, and with their communities of interest.
Working as a coach, facilitator, process designer, trainer and strategic advisor, my approach is to work with people where they are at, understand their unique, and not so unique, challenges, and to co-create new ways of responding to those challenge