When we talk about ‘stakeholders’ there are many, many groups that fall into this category. For example colleagues, customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers, the media, regulators, competitors and special interest groups. There are too many to manage all of them individually, so it’s helpful to have some tools, techniques, and processes to help you prioritize and get the greatest impact for the least effort.
As well as the tools and techniques, it’s helpful to have some insight into what matters to your stakeholders, and ensuring stakeholders know your value.
Alexander, Miesing and Parsons research focuses on 3 key groups of stakeholders and what matters to them.
They found that TRUST was really important in deciding to stay in the relationship for the long term or look elsewhere. They generally preferred to stay in the long-term relationship rather than invest time and energy finding an alternative. Being treated fairly, equitably and honestly was very relevant to their level of trust. If you also provided a good service it increased the likelihood of the long-term relationship continuing.
It’s very easy to think that we are doing all of these things and dismiss these sort of findings as ‘common sense’ however, in reality, we are often deluding ourselves.
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