Solving Problems: Getting Stakeholder Input

Be effective by building bridges across the organization

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People like to be valued. Surveying stakeholders is a great way to increase participation and get buy-in — especially when a big change is coming. When you ask for their input, you acknowledge the importance of their work, you acknowledge their ideas, and their opinions. You’ll see the big…

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Sorin Dumitrascu

Sorin Dumitrascu

A trainer, business consultant and author specialised in human resources, project management, computer literacy and career development.

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