Exploring People Engagement online Coaching Programme

Exploring People Engagement online coaching programme

This exclusive online programme will be open again very soon

This programme is designed to take a groups of people through the material, threaded with live online events exclusive to that group. This is so that we develop a supportive community working through the material together, encouraging each other.

Based on my book, Practical People Engagement: Leading Change through the Power of Relationships, this programme is for anyone seeking to lead others through change. The was adopted, shortly after it was published, by APMG-International, a professional qualifications body, as the core reference for their Foundation-level qualification in Stakeholder Engagement.

This programme goes far beyond mere Foundation-level training, helping you gain a degree of mastery in human relationships and influencing strategies. A change leader equipped with what this exclusive programme can give them will save their organisation sometime $100,000's in avoided waste, hesitation and opposition.

Most project managers treat their project as primarily a technical challenge. The reality, though, is different. Most projects or change initiatives, if they fail, fail because the leaders did not engage the people around them with care. This programme will help you avoid that happening.

However, I only lead this programme at least twice this year. If you would like to be notified when we next open the doors for registration, please leave your details below, and I will be glad to get back to you when the time comes.


Judith Kean
New Zealand

"I'm developing a change management practice with and for change management practitioners in NZTA. Love your BATNA, so a great way to introduce it to my colleagues."

​David Tomlinson
Agile/PRINCE2/MSP/ITIL Trainer

"The customer/supplier relationship suffers if both parties do not understand the potential for cultural differences to affect communication. The errors though rely as much on false assumptions as the other culture's shortcomings. Good Stakeholder Engagement will take account of this, through categorisation and the use of personas. For me that best book on the subject is Practical People Engagement by Patrick Mayfield."