Working with Stakeholder Dialogues: Key Concepts and Competencies for Achieving Common Goals - a practical guide for change agents from public sector, private sector and civil society
BoD – Books on Demand, Apr 7, 2011 - Reference - 228 pages
Working towards a more sustainable world requires bringing together differing world-views and balancing conflicts of interests for responsible business, people-oriented public service and a strong civil society. Stakeholder Dialogues are a methodology for the design and implementation of consultation and cooperation processes that are built on the inclusion and integration of different interest groups. Such a collaborative approach requires new competencies for globally and locally responsible leaders. It calls for conscious leadership in integrating differences in cultures, interests and goals. With a well-structured approach Stakeholder Dialogues lead to practical outcomes that could not have been achieved otherwise and that can be implemented more easily because all stakeholders involved experience a higher degree of ownership. High-quality Stakeholder Dialogues create a climate of trust, commitment and collective intelligence. Based on the Collective Leadership Institute’s 5 years of experience in process support and capacity building, the practical guide Working with Stakeholder Dialogues supports you in planning, implementing and evaluating successful and result-oriented consultation and cooperation between different stakeholders.
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achieve actors agreements approach Area of attention assess challenges Chapter civil society Coffee Community 4C collective intelligence commitment Common Code common goal complex Container for change context context analysis contribution cooperation core group Corporate Social Responsibility create cross-sector David Bohm decision-making Dialogic Change Model dialogue process different stakeholder groups engagement process ensure evaluation formal forms of Stakeholder GETTING ACTIVE global Guiding questions helps holder Dialogue implementing Stakeholder Dialogues important initiative’s institutionalizing integrated interest internal issue joint joint implementation jointly key stakeholders learning logue meetings monitoring NGOs one’s Open Space Technology organizations outcomes participating stakeholders Peter Senge Phase planning private sector process architecture process design Process-monitoring public sector relevant stakeholders result-oriented role Scharmer stake stakeholder analysis stakeholder consultation Stakeholder Dia Stakeholder Dialogue events Stakeholder Dialogue facilitators stakeholder initiative stakeholder platform stakeholder system steering committee strategies structures success factor sustainability transparent trust understanding