Effective community engagement requires a planned approach that identified the key stakeholders, their needs and the benefits to them from participating in the process.
Let’s jump in and support Movember G’day folks – it’s time to support Movember! I try not to be too needy and rarely ask you for anything (just to occasionally laugh at my jokes!) But now I’m on to the serious subject of Movember. It’s all about awareness and supporting […]Read More
Today I want to give you my three fast tips for online stakeholder engagement. I’ve been doing lots of online stakeholder engagement work lately and I’ve learned some valuable things that I want to share with you now, specifically in regard to running online workshops. Tip 1 – Encourage responsibility […]Read More
Top tips on how to help your clients in a changing environment Now more than ever it’s important to be thinking about how to help your clients beyond the scope of your ‘normal’ work. As I’ve mentioned before, I occasionally ‘volunteer’ at my wife’s café, here in Perth. We’re thankful […]Read More
Dealing with client engagement in changing circumstances I hope you’re fit, well and focused right now – that’s where I’m putting my energies, especially around client engagement. I’ll get straight to the point today to let you know of some strategies that you can easily use to continue to work […]Read More
A brief insight on engagement principles Not long after I started my consultancy business I was invited by my local town council to attend a ‘community visioning’ workshop. It taught me a lot about engagement principles. I was interested to see how it was run from a facilitation perspective, along […]Read More
Ever experienced a push back moment? You’ve no doubt been in a meeting or workshop when you hear someone saying, “we can’t”, “you can’t” or “it won’t”. My Gen Y buddies tell me these are push back statements. They’re often used as a strategy by meeting participants when things […]Read More