Developing strong communication models

Ensuring stakeholders are on board and engaged can help create support for change and manage risk; but getting people on side isn’t always straightforward.

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Contributed by Di Burton, October 2011.

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In this briefing note, we take you through the five steps to effective stakeholder mapping, and look at how to develop a strong communication model.

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DiBurton

Di Burton is the Managing Director of Cicada Communications, which she founded in 1987. She advises at board level on leadership issues and stakeholder management for a range of blue chip organisations. For the past 14 years she has been directing the MA in Public Communication programme for the Government Communication Network at Leeds Trinity University College.

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