The Art of Stakeholder Collaboration – Potsdam
Designing Processes for Achieving Common Goals
4 July 9:00 am — 7 July 2023 4:00 pm

- 4 days of training
- core methodology: CLI Dialogic Change Model
- tuition fee: € 1,900
Registration status: OPEN

Stakeholder Collaboration has been recognised as critical to finding solutions to the complex challenges of sustainable development. The Art of Stakeholder Collaboration is the foundation course to the Collective Leadership Institute’s Skills Development Programme. In this course module, you will build your strategic abilities and implementation skills in stakeholder engagement, dialogue, and collaboration processes for high impact solutions.

Your key take-aways:

  • Learn how to successfully implement stakeholder collaboration through the application of the Dialogic Change Model
  • Understand the business case for co-creative stakeholder engagement
  • Learn how collective intelligence, commitment, and ownership can emerge
  • Produce a stakeholder network map to prioritise engagement activities
  • Develop new engagement strategies to minimise unproductive conflict and a methodology to create sustainable partnerships

 

Language of instruction: ENGLISH.

 

The training schedule for presence days is:

4 July: Concept and Form of Stakeholder Dialogues

5 July: Exploring and Engaging for Stakeholder Dialogues

6 July: Building and Formalizing Stakeholder Dialogues

7 July: Implementing and Evaluating Stakeholder Dialogues, Sustaining and Expanding Impact

 

+++ Important information +++

This training is planned as an in-person event in Potsdam, Germany. Priority is given to group registrations and participants who do not need to travel much. For individual participation from abroad, we recommend the online intensive trainings with the same contents.

CLI reserves the right to change this training into an online format if the pandemic situation does not allow your participation on-site. Registrations remain valid. We will come back to you individually in such situations and find the best possible solutions together.

Participants' feedback

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“Great course; offers food for thought; feed forward and gains in awareness really make a difference in every day life.” – Managing Director, Germany

“I would recommend this course to change the concept of stakeholders collaboration.” – Regional Hub Manager, Ukraine

“In post conflict societies it provides knowledge, skills and tools essential to creating inclusive societies and fostering development.” – Executive Director, Liberia

“Collective leadership tools make the understanding of common goals and values easy and vivid.” – Freelancer, Uzbekistan

“It is suitable for various contexts and it definitely equips colleagues with complementary skills and tools with regard to their general professional skills.” – Advisor, Germany

“This course tells you a lot about yourself and human nature, it helps you to structure and plan more wisely and gives you the right tools for it.” – Programme Manager, Poland

“I would recommend this course because everybody is somehow exposed to any sort of stakeholder collaboration.” – Managing Director and Founder, Switzerland

Registration

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4 - 7 July 2023
EUR 1,900

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If you want to explore the Art of Stakeholder Collaboration in more detail and ask your questions on the course in advance, CLI provides Free information sessions on the Collective Leadership Specialist Programme regularly.

You can find below the session dates. If you are interested in “the Art of Stakeholder Collaboration” course format, register and choose “the Dialogic Change Model” when you are asked which methodology you want to have a deeper look at:

 

Next free information session on 19 January 2023. Registration will open soon.