Publications

  • March 2016

    The Engagement Triangle Worksheet

    March 2016

    The Engagement Triangle Worksheet

    The Community Engagement Triangle Worksheet

    The Engagement Triangle is a spatial tool we developed which identifies desired outcomes of engagement based on the overarching objectives of informing decisions, building capacity and strengthening relationships.

    Aimed at practitioners and the wider community, the Triangle can be used by teams in early stages of planning to help clarify objectives, map stakeholders and identify appropriate tools/techniques.

    This is a handy A3 worksheet that is printable at any scale for you to use…

  • March 2016

    The Inclusive Community Engagement Toolkit

    March 2016

    The Inclusive Community Engagement Toolkit

    The Inclusive Community Engagement Toolkit

    Every project we undertake lets us further develop our tools and confidence to connect with different groups, and this updated toolkit allows our friends and colleagues to learn from these experiences, ensuring high quality and meaningful engagement practice is widespread.

    In the new edition we’ve expanded the thinking process to incorporate an iterative approach which looks at meaningfully evaluating and collating your findings through a six phase process: Define, Understand, Design and Implement, Capture, Feedback and Evaluate. We’ve also added new innovative ideas for engaging hard-to-reach members of the community, reflecting current engagement practice.

    Everyone has a role in community engagement – we should all take a step back and think about what we can share with others to create stronger communities. We hope you find these ideas useful!

  • March 2016

    The Community Engagement Triangle

    March 2016

    The Community Engagement Triangle

    The Community Engagement Triangle

    The Engagement Triangle is a spatial tool we developed which identifies desired outcomes of engagement based on the overarching objectives of informing decisions, building capacity and strengthening relationships.

    Aimed at practitioners and the wider community, the Triangle can be used by teams in early stages of planning to help clarify objectives, map stakeholders and identify appropriate tools/techniques.