Aug 17th: Establishing an Online Citizens Panel

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Utilising an online citizens panel or dedicated group of community residents, can be a great way to increase participation in your community consultations.

In this webinar, Dr. Robyn Cochrane of Cochrane Research Solutions will take us through the process of planning and establishing an online residents panel project.

Drawing from her extensive industry experience, Robyn will examine key organisational decision points to consider, prior to recruiting participants as well as steps for hosting an online residents panel.

Robyn currently provides advisory services to Glen Eira City Council (Community Voice – Online Residents Panel), Port Phillip City Council (Youth Resilience Surveys) and Whittlesea City Council (Whittlesea 2040 Community Consultation).

 

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Robyn Cochrane

CEO & Lead Researcher, Cochrane Research Solutions

Using ideation in online engagement

 

Join us for a webinar looking at ways online ideation can help you extend your online engagement activities.

This session is suitable for anyone interested in learning about how online ideation is used in community engagement.

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Johannes Kresling

Product Release and Support Manager, Bang the Table

Implementing Online Engagement

This session will look at how to get organisational buy-in for online community engagement, ways to help you understand the resources required as well as how to manage risk and designate roles and responsibilities for implementation.

Recommended for anyone interested in implementing online engagement into their current community and stakeholder engagement activities.

Joe Waller

Engagement Manager, Bang the Table

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Beyond the Engagement Spectrum

Join conservationist and community engagement practitioner Arkellah Irving for an in-depth look at how creativity and heart-felt leadership have helped shape the future for Adelaide’s newest national park.

Learn how Arkellah went beyond the boundaries of the engagement spectrum in order to take a deep-dive at dreaming and imagining of a better place and what it took to lead this kind of a process in government.

Arkellah specialises in engagement design and creative communications for policy development. She has a strong focus on inspiring action through community engagement and working across-sectors to find innovative local solutions to global problems.

 

Arkellah Irving

Team Leader of Protected Areas, South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager

Online Digital Deliberation

Join Founder and Chief Practice Officer at Bang the Table Dr. Crispin Butteriss, for a look at ways to harness online deliberation for community and stakeholder engagement.

This webinar focusses on overcoming 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.

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Co-Founder, Chief Practice Officer, Bang the Table

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Qualitative Analysis for Community Engagement

Conducting effective qualitative analysis is an essential skill for good community engagement practice.

However, knowing how to manage, interpret and report on community feedback collected through written means such as online forums, social media as well as surveys and face-to-face activities is a skill that needs constant refining and practice.

Capire Consulting Group’s Koel Wrigley takes us through some simple steps to better manage qualitative feedback collected in community engagement activities including; identifying the right times to seek qualitative input, managing contributions, coding and organising feedback collected and reporting on the findings.

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Koel Wrigley

Senior Consultant, Capire Consulting Group

Planning for Online Engagement

Planning for engagement plays a significant factor in determining the success of your next project and by using some simple critical thinking techniques, you can greatly improve your chances of hosting a successful online or offline consultation.

In this webinar Dan will explore some key considerations when planning an engagement project, and unpack a series of questions, which should be addressed before inviting stakeholders to participate.

This webinar will also look at steps to developing an engagement plan and draw on Dan’s more than 15 years experience working in community and stakeholder engagement.

Nathan Connors

Learning and Practice Manager, Bang the Table

Dan Popping

Engagement Manager, Bang the Table

Analytics, Measurement & Performance Management

Analytics, Measurement & Performance Management

Find out about measuring an reporting on online engagement to better understand your communities views.

Matt Crozier

Co-Founder, CEO, Bang the Table

Casey Earp

Engagement Manager, Bang the Table

Managing Risk In Online Engagement

Managing Risk In Online Engagement

Find our about the perceived risks of online engagement and ways to manage your online activities for the best results.

Matt Crozier

CEO, Co-Founder, Bang the Table

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