• Each CAS is organized in 24-hour modules
  • The modules, spread over two weekends, take place on Fridays (2.15pm – 9pm) and Saturdays (8.15am – 1.00pm).
  • Some modules are organized on 3 consecutive full days, usually Thursday, Friday and Saturday (9.00am – 6.00pm).



2019-2020 Course Calendar (click here to download)


Courses are usually held at Uni-Mail, University of Geneva, 40 Boulevard du Pont d'Arve, 1205 Geneva

RL6 Managing Stakeholders

A project's merits are never enough. To success, it is critical to obtain the support of key stakeholders, including inverstors and decision-makers, with their own characteristics and cultural background.

  • Decoding and managing stakeholders
  • Using institutional communication as a lever to influcence stakeholders
  • Integrating diversity and cultural parameters while interacting with stakeholders

The first part of this course aimes at giving participants an overview of the specific organizational forms, tools and behavioral skills required to lead projects with a stakeholder orientation. Participants will understand the specificities of projects and know some tools, principles and tricks to successfully face these peculiarities.

The second part aimes to provide a structed approach to communications between the organization and its stakeholders, so that it can be applied in any organisation, small or large. It provides a basis on which to build communications knowledge and practice, which can then be expanded through implementation in the workplace.

The third part of this course focuses on cultural intelligence, that is the ability to function effectively across a variety of cultural contexts. This course will equip participants with a working understanding of cultural intelligence and its relevance to their industry and organization.


Modules CAS