Live 'Story telling' event

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This event has concluded

You can read a summary of the event, participant feedback and the lessons we learnt in the Event Summary tab below.

Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had numerous requests of how our EngagementHQ digital tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

While many are familiar with how you can use our eight digital engagement tools, there are many ways these tools can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to be used to host an 'online event'.

Feature Tool

This live event will focus on EngagementHQ's Stories Tool.

Empathising with your community is essential for understanding the "lived" experience in relation to an issue or event. This tool allows people to share rich-media including videos and images. It also allows the contributor to receive comments on their contribution and there is also a sentiment tracking feature where people can like or dislike these comments. This tool is used best when it's part of a design thinking methodology, to truly understand your community's needs and desires.

In this event, we're asking you all to share your stories of how a single moment or key development(s) shifted the focus or approach of an engagement project.

When

Wednesday 22 April at 11.30am (AEST – that's Victoria time).

Details

Stage one

11.30am: Sign up.

11.35am: Take the Quick Poll

Have you had to change your engagement methodology during a consultation?

Stage two

11.45am–12.30pm: Tell us your story using the Stories Tool

Share your stories of how a single moment or key development(s) shifted the focus or approach of an engagement project. We're accepting stories until Wednesday 22 April, 5pm. Please refresh your screen regularly to see other people's stories.

Stage three

We will look further into the data using EngagementHQ's tagging and sentiment analysis features and report back on the key findings on Thursday 23 April (via the Newsfeed Tool).

This event has concluded

You can read a summary of the event, participant feedback and the lessons we learnt in the Event Summary tab below.

Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had numerous requests of how our EngagementHQ digital tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

While many are familiar with how you can use our eight digital engagement tools, there are many ways these tools can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to be used to host an 'online event'.

Feature Tool

This live event will focus on EngagementHQ's Stories Tool.

Empathising with your community is essential for understanding the "lived" experience in relation to an issue or event. This tool allows people to share rich-media including videos and images. It also allows the contributor to receive comments on their contribution and there is also a sentiment tracking feature where people can like or dislike these comments. This tool is used best when it's part of a design thinking methodology, to truly understand your community's needs and desires.

In this event, we're asking you all to share your stories of how a single moment or key development(s) shifted the focus or approach of an engagement project.

When

Wednesday 22 April at 11.30am (AEST – that's Victoria time).

Details

Stage one

11.30am: Sign up.

11.35am: Take the Quick Poll

Have you had to change your engagement methodology during a consultation?

Stage two

11.45am–12.30pm: Tell us your story using the Stories Tool

Share your stories of how a single moment or key development(s) shifted the focus or approach of an engagement project. We're accepting stories until Wednesday 22 April, 5pm. Please refresh your screen regularly to see other people's stories.

Stage three

We will look further into the data using EngagementHQ's tagging and sentiment analysis features and report back on the key findings on Thursday 23 April (via the Newsfeed Tool).

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Have you had to change your engagement methodology during a consultation process?

Yes, this has happened before
13%
I've only had to do this couple of times
25%
I'm always adapting my methodologies based on feedback mid-way through an engagement project
50%
I've never had to do this
13%
Total Votes : 8
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