Coaching to walk the halls of an International Organisation
Learning their language to be an effective advocate.
International Organisations can be very intimidating and difficult to understand. Entering a room of people who sound as if they were speaking in code, that rarely answer spontaneously or sincerely, that have little time to listen to you, or that hide behind procedures, norms or policies can be very frustrating. In addition, to travel from far to a costly city like Geneva can be a distant aspiration. Many causes and topics relevant to developing countries do not make it to the UN because of lack of funding. And those who achieve this, often do not know how to communicate effectively with the organization they are facing.
Learning to deliver your message effectively, using the language and style of the international organisations can make the difference to get the attention of those who could help you obtain the results you are looking for.
That’s why we offer you a customized coaching plan suited to your needs, to prepare you and train you in the techniques that will allow you to persuade partners. With them at hand, you can overcome the distances and get the most out of your international strategy. Or if you prefer, you sign up for one of our courses, and you learn at your own pace.
Customized advice on advocacy and communication
Together, we’ll define what success means to you, and put together a strategy with the necessary elements. This may include monitoring of a particular subject or situation, communication campaigns, all through which we will teach you the key concepts, and walk with you along the process if necessary.
Coaching in negotiations:
We give you the methodological foundations of multilateral negotiation, we train you in the structure and substance of a negotiation. We teach you how to analyse the negotiating process and we offer you the tools so that you can feel like a fish in the water.
As the name indicates, we research and prepare the material relevant to your specific topic, make a diagnosis and propose lines of action. If necessary, we evaluate how the multilateral debate affects or impacts your area of concern