How to Accelerate Communication With Stakeholders

If stakeholders feel that their input is being considered and integrated into the project and they feel valued, they are more likely to offer constant support. This requires constant communication and ensuring that stakeholders receive the information needed when they need it through multiple channels.

The frequency of communications should be tailored to each stakeholder group. CEOs, for example are more focused on long-term growth or strategic alignment whereas teams may place a greater emphasis on efficiency gains. It is crucial to tailor content to the requirements of the people who are involved, avoiding technical language and using non-technical terminology for those with less technical knowledge.

Information dissemination through different channels is crucial to your acceleration efforts. Meetings, emails, a project report, and other things are all aspects of this. Email is a flexible and customizable tool that can be used for project updates photographs and news, budget updates and contact information. The next steps, top-level plans, and much more can be delivered via email. It can also be used to gather feedback through surveys and other online engagement tools.

Meetings are a great opportunity to discuss issues, questions and concerns with your employees and stakeholders. They can be scheduled daily and weekly, as well as monthly as required. They are an effective method to give updates on a face-to-face basis. It’s also a great method to get buy-in for your project and to discuss any potential obstacles. Meetings can be recorded and shared with those who may not attend or need to refer to a specific conversation. A summary report of the project can be used to deliver information to the stakeholders. This can be a simple document that can include all the pertinent information or a more comprehensive report that is tailored to the specific stakeholder.

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