Virtual Workshop on Stakeholder Management

WBC has put together this Virtual Workshop on Stakeholder Management for those that are working from home or simply find this format more useful. All of our workshops are highly interactive virtual training solutions, delivered remotely in easily managed bite-sized chunks. Workshop size is strictly limited to 10.

The workshop director brings together experience as a line manager and HR executive from multiple sectors, including the world of energy.  He has worked in many regions and for companies such as Vodafone and Coca-Cola and will provide strategic and practical perspectives on Stakeholder Management.

Please email us at: or telephone/WhatsApp on +44 754 026 9827 to find out more.

Stakeholder Management – 2 sessions each of 1.5 hours (3 hours)

One of the key requirements for successful change is to have the right people supporting what you are trying to do.  Stakeholder Management is an art and we will share with you some of the systems and processes as well as the key success factors that will help you do this.  We will share with you our extensive experience and know-how, which is the secret art that gets your stakeholders on board and actively helping you in your plans.

“An unengaged sponsor sinks the ship” – Angela Waner

There are three topics in this virtual workshop:

  1. The importance of Stakeholder Management
  2. Identifying key stakeholders
  3. Stakeholder Management tools and processes
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Please email us at: or telephone/WhatsApp on +44 754 026 9827 to find out more.

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Workshop Director

Your workshop director has over 30 years international business experience in a variety of roles across the EMEA region in various sectors, including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Telecoms, Manufacturing and FMCG, covering global corporations and privately owned businesses.

He has a proven track record of successful businesses, especially in managing business transformation, sustainable growth, M&A and business turnarounds. Throughout his career, talent development has played a major role: from running graduate entry schemes at the start of his career and leading the HR functions in global brands to advising boards on leadership development and organisational change, he has always seen people as a company’s most important asset – “Engaged talent is the #1 ingredient for business success” he says.

With experience of working across different sectors and functions extensively in over 25 countries, including Turkey, UAE, UK & Italy, he is familiar with the leadership challenges that come with multi-cultural, multi-national and multi-functional organisations, and the need for an adaptable leadership style.

His training style is highly interactive and engaging, drawing on participants’ own experiences to share best practice and bring theory to life with story-telling and case studies.

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