With an rapid increase in online engagement activity, having a digital engagement methodology is now more crucial than ever. No longer can you simply set a launch date, and expect to have a successful online engagement exercise. If you want to create a deliberative space, you cannot simply launch a website and hope for the best.
This webinar will look at ways to overcome the challenges of process design in establishing a digital deliberation exercise and helps participants better understand the crucial principles for online deliberative dialogue.
Highly recommended for anyone who is new to online deliberation, would like to learn more about the benefits of online deliberation or simply to improve on their current practices.
Crispin is one of three founders of Bang the Table, the company behind EngagementHQ, a digital engagement platform used by some 250 organisations including governments in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and UK.
The company has been in operation since 2008 and has worked with hundreds of organisations on thousands of public engagement projects.
His formal designation within the company is Chief Practice Officer, which means it is his job, broadly, to try to ensure that our clients are getting the best possible advice about how to “do” digital engagement, AND that our software enables good practice digital engagement.
He has a background in public policy and community & stakeholder engagement, and a PhD in the application of adult and organisational learning to public engagement practice.
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