This course focuses on the development of a consistent and strategic approach including online tools specifically chosen to broaden the reach of the complete engagement process. Participants will work through a ten-step checklist to design a public participation process and leave with a toolkit to assess and build individual and organizational consultation capability. Session concludes with a participant debrief to evaluate and improve course for future deployment.
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On completion of the workshop, participants will have achieved the following learning outcomes:
Participants will leave with a statement of work that walks through the 10 strategic steps outlined in the course agenda—having utilized one of the examples provided by a small group member. Those who choose to make notes in their workbook regarding their own pending project will also have those to apply to their checklist for their own pending process after the conclusion of the course.
Trainer: Anthea Brown & Amanda Nagl
Anthea Brown has been working with Bang the Table since 2012 as an Engagement Manager training and onboarding clients to get the most out of their online engagement efforts. With her extensive experience in strategic communications and public relations, working with both the government and private sector, Anthea brings a unique perspective and understanding of sound practices in community engagement. Using the right language and tools online to strategically and effectively achieve set objectives, her focus is always on reaching the community. Anthea has a degree in Communication Science with a major in journalism and public relations.
Amanda Nagl has led community conversations and engagement efforts in three of Colorado’s front-range cities as a professional problem solver, in local government, for almost 20 years. Her work, with Bang the Table, is now to assist governments in the creation of consistent, comprehensive community engagement strategies, utilizing online tools as a mechanism for inclusion. Amanda has degrees in Psychology and Organizational Leadership and Human Resources; graduated from Colorado Chiefs of Police Command School and IACP Leadership in Police Organizations. Her work in Restorative Justice has been recognized by Harvard as a “Bright Idea in Government.”
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