To give a structured understanding of engagement of government with stakeholders who are seeking to influence policy and administration.
This program covers stakeholder mapping, objectives, activities and effects, and how this is best managed by the parties. A structure for engagement with stakeholders is developed, its adaptation to different activities of government is shown and how this varies by jurisdiction is covered. Both general frameworks and actual cases are presented also.
Upon completion, participants will have a substantially enhanced understanding of the handling of stakeholder activities, whether from a government or stakeholder perspective, e.g. business and community sector.
This course is to be managed by ANU Professor Glenn Withers. Professor Withers was Chair of the National Population Council, Head of the Economic Planning Advisory Commission and CEO of University Australia. He has been an advisor to government, business, and community organisations and helped established the Productivity Commission, ANZSOG, Universities Australia and the Crawford School at the ANU.
The complete program costs $750 with a 20% discount for five or more enrolments from a single organisation. No prerequisites are required. A certificate of participation will be provided upon completion. The program delivery is capped at twenty, to allow discussion and any individual attention needed for learning.
The program requires attendance at two three-hour sessions on consecutive days. It can be provided on demand for enrolments of ten or more and can be customised. The presently scheduled program will operate 2.00pm-5.00pm with a short tea break at the BLI Training Facility.
Program Dates 2018: 13-14 March, 7-8 June, 6-7 September*
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