There are a number of key evaluation phases in which you can take a step back, reflect, and evaluate on your community engagement project.
In this new three-part blog series, follow Adrienne Hamilton’s journey to get a client-side view of successful project planning, launching, and reporting of a public involvement initiative for transport.
It’s essential that we build consensus throughout the community engagement process, especially when the project is new or controversial. We’ve wrapped up three methods you can adopt today.
When we ask citizens to share their feedback with us, it’s vital that we report back to them as to how their input has been used. Closing the loop with a comprehensive community engagement report shows respect and encourages further participation.
As people get used to using QR codes, we can see them playing a huge role in boosting community engagement too. Understand how they can play part in boosting your engagement rates.
When we create new plans and policies, we hope to drive positive change in our communities. In essence, our interventions should push the community in
Citizens have their own goals and deadlines, so you need to develop an unbiased feedback model that gives people ample opportunity to share their insights with you.
You might have planned your community engagement initiative perfectly, but if people aren’t aware of it, it’s impossible for them to engage. This Guide will walk you through an integrated communications plan.
Here’s how to ensure that you receive timely, insightful, and cost-effective feedback that will make your initiative successful.
After gaining momentum during the pandemic, this blended approach is becoming an industry standard because it gives people more choice over how they participate.