Do You Know Your Target Audience? How to Do Stakeholder Analysis [video]

Engaging Leader

Stakeholder Analysis is very helpful with the second “M.” ” It is a simple exercise that you can complete as an individual or group to identify which audience members have a stake in your communication/leadership issue. If you don’t identify all the stakeholders, you could miss important groups of people who could impact (positively or negatively) whether you achieve your objectives. The post Do You Know Your Target Audience?

015: How to Deal with Resistance to Change | Featuring Megan Burns

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Video: How to Use a Stakeholder Analysis to Identify Audience Members. https://twitter.com/JesseLahey/status/276703885912076290 Resources Mentioned in This Episode Video: How to Use a Stakeholder Analysis to Identify Audience Members Blog post: The 8 most common mistakes companies make with continuous improvement Megan''s Webinar: How to Deal with Resistance to Change Subscription Links RSS iTunes Stitcher Your Feedback If you like our show, please rate us on iTunes.

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