Protocol popular in times of crisis
The Institute of Protocol The Hague experiences an increase in the demand for protocol since the start of the economic crisis. The university minor of the Institute at The Hague University became one of the largest minors with over 40 students participating. Also the number of subscriptions for the two day protocol training has doubled in the last two to three years. The Protocolbureau has seen a decline in luxurious events, but the demand for protocol support has increased over the last years.
How is this possible?
Organisations understand more than ever that they have to make the most of their network. A good relationship with stakeholders remains important, but costly meetings are no longer being held.
Most people associate protocol with strict rules of behaviour, but modern protocol is actually relationship management. Modern protocol is a tool to efficiently organise meetings and realise meaningful encounters.
Good examples are State Visits. A State Visit is not only a meeting between two Heads of State, at all levels meetings are being organised.
Good eduction in protocol starts with the basics. The Institute of Protocol The Hague developed a two day protocol training in English about the complexities of protocol management.
The training is given by t
With The Hague University the Institute of Protocol The Hague developed a minor about modern protocol and relationship management. During ten weeks students learn how to develop a relationship management strategy and how to translate this strategy into effective meetings.
The minor is for university students only. In 2014 the minor will be given as post-graduate to professionals.