community engagement

seagull engagement

What a Seagull Taught Me About Stakeholder Engagement

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 […]

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push back

How to deal with push back statements

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 […]

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Forage shrubs project insights

Should Cattle and Sheep Eat Small Trees? A Role for Forage Shrubs in Australia.

Insights from a project that tried to understand which forage shrubs species work best and where. The SERCS* project established demonstration sites in three states across Australia. It aimed to help farmers to better identify and understand the establishment methods and management techniques required for successful performance of forage shrubs […]

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Get your BIG questions on facilitation and working with teams answered in just 6 minutes

Facilitation TV has Arrived!

Want practical tips to assist you in facilitation and working with teams? But only got six minutes to spare in your busy day? We’ve got a solution (in fact we’ll have plenty for you…) Take a look at Episode 1 of Facilitation TV where I team up with my Facilitators […]

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Event Design Tips

Simple Event Design Tips

If you want to design effective events you need to learn how to grab and engage people! Here’s four simple tips to help you run effective events:    Be clear on the purpose of the event and make sure this guides your event design. This should also be clearly communicated […]

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Facilitating conflict in meetings

Building a skilled leadership group – Webinar

It can be difficult for community groups to maintain and foster strong leadership teams and having the right mix of suitably skilled and qualified people on committees can be a critical long-term success factor. I recently joined FRRR CEO, Alexandra Gartmann, and Victorian Community Leadership Program Secretariat, Katrina Baddely, to […]

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