Making Stakeholder Engagement Easier

Jul 16
Presented by Haydn Thomas, one of our highest rated webinar speakers


Through project lifecycles and iterative releases, we are being asked to interact with various stakeholders and ensure that we collectively come away with the understanding of our next steps and actions. So why is that we are still getting this so wrong.

Stakeholder engagement has increased, as has stakeholder misunderstanding. Stakeholders have defined preferences in sharing and consuming information. These are played out through Social Styles form a model of personality that focuses on our outer behavior, rather than the inner you. In this presentation, Haydn Thomas, will show how we can prepare for these interactions and have the flexibility to apply improvisation techniques based on the verbal and non-verbal feedback we are constantly receiving. 

Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: 

  1. Determine your own engagement preferences
  2. Become aware of the 4 different Social Styles 
  3. Recognise situations when you need to adjust your engagement style  
  4. Discuss techniques to prepare in collecting and sharing information  
Members $20 | Non-members $40
CPD: 3 Points


Haydn Thomas has over 20 years of real world experience in management, portfolio, program and project management, business analysis and business consulting. He has worked extensively in large international and domestic banks, government organisations, solution providers.  In addition Haydn has worked with small start-up companies in defining and implementing structure, business solutions, leadership, change management, competencies and efficiencies.  

Haydn’s record of achievement with developing and negotiating structured programs are based on his excellent creative direction, passion for quality, delivering on promises and professional approach. Coupled with his outstanding communication skills and the ability to influence decisions, these provide the basis to delivering successful outcomes. His skills are leveraged and derived from various industry experiences.

Haydn Thomas