Communicating With and Influencing Project Stakeholders

One of the major reasons for project failure is poor communication with stakeholders during the project. Stakeholders are the individuals who are involved in, have a vested interest in, or exert influence on, the project. To insure the success of a project, project managers and team members must seek to develop strong relationships with the important stakeholders. The development of these relationships must be an ongoing process throughout the life of the project. This program focuses on the skills and tools necessary to effectively communicate with and influence the stakeholders in a project.

  • Identifying Stakeholders
  • Communicating with Stakeholders
  • Influencing Stakeholders

This four-hour program is targeted for any associated responsible for project management.


We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Facilitator

Bob Jewell Bob Jewell

Bob Jewell has 36 years of hands-on experience managing and consulting on engineering, operational and strategic projects. His project experience ranges from the fabrication of hydro-electric turbines to the development of an open-heart surgery program and startup of a new aircraft engine repair facility. 

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“Very well taught! I would recommend to others.”

Courtney Panther, Facility Engineering Co-op, Lubrizol