Every day, we help our clients unleash the power of communication by bringing people and organizations together, getting them engaged and having meaningful conversations that help shape project plans. Our interdisciplinary team works with our clients to understand what matters, everyone involved feels connected and projects succeed.
In every engagement strategy for a project or event, many considerations must be made – who to reach, what messaging you need to convey, when to begin engaging with stakeholders, but perhaps the most important question is: How?
What is the key to running a successful Open House/Community Information Session? What is an Open House/Community Information Session…? If you’re asking these questions - you’ve come to the right place.
For every project, either small or large, there are always going to be stakeholders, public or community members who are impacted by the project. The amount of people affected by a project is inversely related to how big the project will be. Yet, many organizations don’t put enough thought into how to successfully engage with these groups.
The First Nations Communication Toolkit is a great resource developed by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada. The first toolkit was released in 2007 and it continues to provide a basic overview of communication planning, activities and tools.
Atlwest's Brad Schiele, Chair of Angels and Friends Foundation, presented students and staff at the Sutherland School in Saskatoon with equipment to support an interactive audio station. Check out Angels and Friends Foundation's post: