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Dialogue with Decision-makers

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Everyone's Guide to Achieving Change -

 

a step-by-step approach to dialogue with decision-makers

 

The Oxford Research Group has published a useful booklet with the above title. I have a note to self, made I don't know when, which says the booklet is freely copiable, and am uploading the text  bit by bit, starting with the bits that might be most relevant to our forthcoming meeting with Bill Rammell . KM. 26.10.09. 

 

SEE ALSO THE  PRE-MEEETING CHECK-LIST, BASED ON THIS ADVICE.

 

Extracts already uploaded onto this web-site

 

Preparing to meet a decision-maker

Non-confrontational communication

Take care of your own anger and stress 

 

 

CONTENTS of booklet (not all uploaded yet)

 

Introduction

 

About dialogue

 

Step1 : getting to the core of the problem

 

Step 2: beware of assumptions

 

Step 3: The basic research to find your decision-maker

 

Step 4: The first contact with your decision-maker

 

Step 5: Take care of your own anger and stress

 

Step 6: What to do if ...

 

Step 7: Non-confrontational communication

 

Step 8: Preparing to meet a decision-maker

 

Step 9: Following up the meeting and evaluation

 

Step 10: Remember that change is possible

 

Resources

 

Dialogue workshops

 

Supporting Oxford Research Group

 

Other ORG publications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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