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Virtually possible: Community engagement
in the time of social distancing
Join this 60-minute webinar to find out how to use digital tools and facilitation methods to engage and co-design with communities remotely. 
Thursday 9 April 2020
2pm - 3pm (AEST)

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Individual access
starts at $55

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Community and stakeholder engagement is a critical component of the design, implementation and evaluation of strategic approaches.

This work needs to continue to enable organisations to thrive, and to effectively address societal needs, particularly in challenging times like the COVID-19 crisis. 

Even as social distancing and self-isolation practices increase across the community, there are a range of tools and approaches to engagement which can allow this work to continue. 

This is an opportunity for us to innovate how we work.

In this online session our expert presenters from Ellis Jones will guide you through all you need to know about:

  • creating a framework to assess which engagement methods will help you to meet your goals;
  • alternative virtual methods to achieve these goals, and making a simple decision-making matrix for determining if these are appropriate; and
  • facilitation approaches and digital tools to support effective virtual engagement.
In this interactive session, you'll have the chance to have your all questions answered live by our presenter via a chat box.
Reserve your place now
Presented by: Melaine Yap

Melanie Yap leads Ellis Jones’ social impact work. She heads an expert team delivering shared value strategy, social innovation, impact measurement, and initiative design projects, nationally. She has more than 12 years of experience working across business, government and not-for-profit sectors to develop, implement and evaluate social impact strategies and programs. 
And Eleanor Downie

Eleanor is a designer with experience working in Melbourne and Hong Kong. She has delivered client projects of all shapes and sizes and understands the importance of storytelling for brands to thrive. She regularly designs and facilitates Ellis Jones’ co-design, design thinking and human centred design workshops as part of larger projects.
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