Effective community relations can only be achieved when an organization recognizes its interdependence with the other institution. When the management recognizes the many ways its organization can impact on the local community and the extent of reciprocal dependence, it will help to establish social balance. The practice of good community relations assists the organization in securing its needs from the community while it also provides what the community expects. Also, it helps to secure the company’s investments, increase sales of products, the value of stocks, and improve the general operating climate of business
This program is designed to assist participants acquire in-depth insights and hands-on knowledge on how to best create shared value for communities and businesses alike. It will not only dispel myths relating with community engagement but will also focus on how to manage community stakeholders effectively to ensure a ‘win-win’ and to prevent conflict whenever possible.
At the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the role of organizations in managing community relations
- Discern the different areas of meaningful impact organizations can have in the communities they operate in
- Develop meaningful stakeholder engagement techniques
- Learn how to analyze and report impact and why this is important
- Develop stronger relationships with the communities where their businesses operate which will likely contribute to the ‘social license to operate’
- Improved brand image and business reputation via the application of methods and concepts learnt during the course
- Increased recognition by community stakeholders as a collaborative partner
This program is designed for Executives involved in strategic and operational functions, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Practitioners at all levels, community relations personnel, Business Operations Managers. All Personnel involved in communications, business strategy, community relations, governmental affairs will equally benefit from this program.
|Premier Inn London Stratford hotel, 9, International Square, Westfield Stratford City, Mountfitchet Rd, London E20 1EE\\r\\n
||Oct 09 - 13 Oct, 2023
Registration: 09:00:am - 04:30:am
Asije Philip 08029170491, 08068933608, 07087578814, 08051365946, 08145745664, 08184727337
Group discount available
ADEGOKE, ADEMOLA BEN CROWNSON - B.A., Comm. & Language Arts, M.Sc., International Relations. Mr. Adegoke was the Principal Manager Corporate Communication, Eko Electricity Distribution Company Plc. His work experience spans over 20 years of practicing public relations management with the defunct NEPA and PHCN before venturing into consultancy. He has worked as a public relations consultant to various corporate organizations anhcoring master of ceremonies, consulting editor / proof reader to Osigwe Anyam Osigwe Foundation, a Nigerian based International research and academic oriented NGO. Mr. Adegoke Ademola has attended capacity building trainings in Nigeria and Overseas. He will bring his wealth of experience to bear on our programs. AUSTINE ANAZIA B.Sc., (Mass Com.), M.Sc. (Business Administration) - Communication Specialist at Noritas Consultancy Services. A former Director of information and public relations with over 18 years of public relations management in public and private sector of the economy. Mr. Anazia has worked in various organizations as corporate communication / Public Relations manager before venturing into public service and rose to the position Director of information and public relations. Over the years Mr. Anazia has trained for both public and private sector organizations such as Julius Berger, PZ, Nigeria Aviation Management Authority, Seven Up, Lagos State establishment, etc. He will join others to bring his experience to bear on our programs.