CALENDER OF REPUCOMM COURSES FOR THE LAST QUARTER OF 2007


STAKEHOLDER REPUTATION (7th & 8th November 2007)

This 2 -day course shows business leaders and managers how to establish and maintain positive, mutually beneficial stakeholder relations. Based on a synthesis of ideas from community relations, marketing, strategic communication, reputation and stakeholder management, organizational change, sustainability and CSI thinking, it offers an integrated framework, as well as practical tools for developing new kinds of collaborative relationships and will cover areas such as stakeholder identification & profiling, stakeholder communication, stakeholder engagement and relationship building strategies and tools.

REPUTATION RISK MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS (30th & 31st October 2007)

This practical two day course provides delegates with an in depth working knowledge of why reputation is an asset and how risk manifests itself to destroy relationships, market share and trust and credibility. (The financial industry is a good current day example). The course demonstrates how a business can avoid the consequences of damaging its good name and reputation by adopting a range of internal and external strategies designed to identify potential vulnerabilities at the smouldering assessment stage and by improving reputation management procedures such as Crisis Management & Crisis Communication. 

MARKET YOUR FINANCIAL CONSULTING PRACTICE (25 October 2007)

This one –day workshop is focused on financial advisers & planners and will enable them to create a noteworthy reputation in an aggressive and very competitive marketplace. A Reputation that will serve as a magnet to attract clients!

MARKETING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES – MARKET YOUR CONSULTING PRACTICE (5th December)

This one day training course is open to all professional service providers whether they are medical practitioners, management consultants or involved in the provision of specialist advice. It (now in its 7th year) enables prospective and existing consultants and professional service providers to develop strategies to market themselves and build their reputations in a competitive knowledge economy.

I build internal capacity through training, presentations and coaching. Contact me should you have a need. If I cannot help you, I will act as a signpost to someone who can.

Other courses that are available for internal use include Crisis Communication & Management Response, Strategic Communication as well as Media Reputation – How to build your reputation with the Media (Previously called Media Survival Skills).

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