Civic Engagement in a Time of Social Distancing

For Mark S. Pancer, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Wilfrid Laurier University, civic participation produces a positive sense of connection; but, in a time of crisis, its essential to building community and trust. 

Dr S. Mark Pancer

Dr S. Mark Pancer

4 months ago

The Patient Leadership Triangle

This ebook underscores equal involvement of patients and carers as an integral, respected part of decision-making – an inclusion that not only leads to better awareness but humanises healthcare for patients, staff and health professionals.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

5 months ago

The Digital First Engagement Methodology

Building on from our 21st-Century Practitioners Guide to Community Engagement, Nathan Connors unpacks a digital-first engagement methodology to create purposeful, well-planned engagement that ensures great outcomes for community. 

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

5 months ago

Keep Your Community Connected, Online

Keep your community connected through online engagement. Inclusive digital engagement is the key to keeping your community connected and informed.

Meghan Walker

Meghan Walker

5 months ago

Seven Reasons to Keep Talking

UK-based Jonathan Bradley discusses why, in the current crisis, it is important that local councils and other public bodies keep engaging with residents online. 1. You are the voice of reason. People need a place where they can talk to each other safely. According to like MIND and the NHS, for people staying at home […]

Jonathan Bradley

Jonathan Bradley

6 months ago

Supporting Small Business Using Online Engagement

As federal, state and local governments scramble to support residents, the healthcare industry and others during times of crisis, it can be easy to overlook the needs of small, local businesses that play vital roles in maintaining the fabric and culture of a community. Local governments might actively avoid these supportive conversations, because they are […]

Meghan Ruble

Meghan Ruble

6 months ago

Making Deliberative Dialogue Work Online

Community-based deliberation is an important element of social cohesion and resilience. Deliberative processes facilitate social learning and dialogue, expose participants to new information, and enable higher quality engagement with important public policy – and with each other. Focusing on key issues in planning an online deliberative dialogue, this eguide will help you to: identify risks, […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Nathan Connors

Nathan Connors

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

6 months ago

How Bang the Table + EngagementHQ Can Support in Times of Crisis

In times of crisis, it is more critical than ever that communities have a trusted source for factual, up to date information. Below are suggestions to help you harness the power of your EngagementHQ site to keep residents informed, meet misinformation with facts, and facilitate discussions over distance.

Meghan Ruble

Meghan Ruble

6 months ago

Bluehaven for Project Administrators

As we’re fast approaching the official roll-out of the new Bluehaven interface, it’s time to get your Project Administrator’s up to speed. For those managing projects on the new interface, we’re happy to report that Bluehaven will actually simplify your project creation experience in a few ways.  How the project creation experience is changing: The […]

Zane Taylor

Zane Taylor

6 months ago

COVID-19 – Let Us Know How We Can Help

We recognize the incredible strain you, our clients, are dealing with as the world changes in response to COVID-19. We want you to know that you have the support of our global team behind you. We’re here to provide ideas, strategic direction and support. However we can help, please let us know.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

6 months ago

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