Workshops, Surveys, Tours – Oh, My!
This course focuses on the critical and oft-neglected professional development “zone” between process design and detailed instructions on specific techniques – that space where practitioners and decision makers decide which tools and techniques to employ.
Too often those decisions are based on the practitioner’s experience or comfort with a particular technique, a project lead or decision maker’s new favorite tool, fears about stakeholder influence or conflict, and so on. While there are always demands and constraints on choices, this course offers a more thoughtful and efficient approach to wisely choose tools and techniques to support stakeholder engagement, meet your project and engagement objectives, and account for key variables including schedule, budget, opportunities, and risks.
Who should take this course?
Practitioners and decision makers responsible for choosing tools and techniques to support stakeholder engagement in a project, or for an organization to acquire as part of longer-term engagement support.
At the end of this online course, participants will:
This course will be delivered via two live sessions, and includes participant materials as well as an open-source resource directory of tools and techniques.
DATES: May 1 through May 12, 2017
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Anne Carroll has been a consultant and trainer in public involvement and strategic planning for many years, working in the public and nonprofit sectors. She focuses on designing and implementing authentic stakeholder engagement on major public issues, engaging diverse groups of people and perspectives, and tackling complex and multistakeholder environments. She served for 16 years as an elected member of the St. Paul Board of Education, and serves in leadership roles with the International Association for Public Participation USA and E-Democracy.org.
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