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When you engage with your community, you have an expectation of them. So do they of you. If there is not a clear definition of the expectation, each will adopt their own. Will they align? Are they reasonable? Can they be achieved?
We call this "the promise". Not a mysterious engagement concept but a master key to building public confidence in your organisation. Join Darren Keenan for this 45 minute OurSay webinar to help you build “the promise” and give you techniques to implement it.
Who should attend?
Community engagement practitioners, managers of community engagement practitioners, communications professionals, decision makers, and anybody with an interest in community engagement.
Like any milestone in our lives, planning generally means that we will be more successful and achieve our goals. People usually focus on their retirement savings and income with no real plan for how they intend to manage their life, time and relationships. Fear and subsequent avoidance results in failure to plan.
If you are aged 50 and over, now is a good time to consider developing goals and actions to realise your future through considering the following areas:
Take control and start preparing for your future today.
Registration at our events and programs are open to Local Government Professionals Australia, SA members, council employees, employees of regional subsidiaries and Local Government Professionals Australia, SA invited guests unless specified otherwise on the event or program brochure.
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This interactive workshop is designed to dispel the myths of public speaking, give you the tools you need to improve and then turn the learning into practice. It is a safe to fail learning space consisting of a small group, allowing you the opportunity to experiment with what you have learned and transform your speaking skills.
With the advent of smart-phone technology and social media we live in an era of transparency and accountability, the likes of never seen before. In today’s world, citizens demand the right to be involved in the decision-making process of matters that affect them. With technology and social media in-hand this has lead to a proliferation of misinformation and fake news, creating outrage, sometimes artificially, in otherwise un-engaged communities. This webinar provides public organisations with the tools to identify, manage and leverage community outrage, reducing the risk in communication exchanges and ensuring that correct information is available.
Do you fear using social media in your organisation? Instead of thinking about all of the things that could go wrong, many of which can be easily mitigated, why not consider the opportunities that ONLY social media offers your organisation (reach and cost are just two examples). In this webinar we show you how to prevent the social media train wrecks that we have all heard about. This webinar will help and support you turning social media from something feared into a great opportunity to positively cement your place and reputation in your community.
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