Ample, credible, global research shows that people’s trust in virtually all large institutions and organizations is at its lowest point in recent history and it continues to drop. Engaging the public in making reasoned, rational decisions requires a level of mutual trust. The growing lack of institutional and expert credibility makes the job of the public engagement professionals working in or representing these organizations a major challenge. This course explores the reasons for mistrust and the behaviors, tactics and tools used to maintain, grow or rebuild public trust in technical expertise and public policy for the greater good.
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During this one-day course, participants will:
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Trainer: John Godec
John Godec his an IAF Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), coach and consultant. He’s a developer of both the IAP2 Foundations and newly revamped Outrage Strategies courses, Master Certified Public Participation Professional (MCP3) and adjunct professor at Indiana University. Godec’s a roster member of the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, trained thousands, facilitated and managed thousands of meetings, workshops and projects throughout the America’s, the Caribbean, Europe, Australasia, South Africa and Middle East. He’s the past Communications Director of the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and former Director of Issues and Crisis Management for Motorola Corporation.
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