by Naomi Devine, Senior Designer and Digital Engagement Specialist No, I won’t likely start my video, so please stop asking. It won’t matter how many times you ask me during a Zoom/GoTo/Online meeting. The reasons aren’t likely what you think. Well, ok, one of them likely is: ever since COVID19 gave us the world’s biggest […]
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by Jessica Delaney, Principal, Engagement + Strategic Communications Thank you to everyone who took our survey. Congrats to Katie who is the winner of the goodie bag that will be shipped out this week. Here’s what we heard for every training option. Technology matters; make sure the technology works The training is must be engaging; consider using breakout groups […]
by Danielle Armengaud, Specialist, Research and Communications How often have you heard engagement and a survey be joined as if they were one and the same? While there are many online and in-person engagement techniques to choose from, online surveys have become increasingly popular, especially during this COVID-19 time where in-person events are simply not […]
by Jessica Delaney, Principal, Engagement + Strategic Communications I recently finished Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande. Written by a surgeon looking to decrease medical errors and systemize a complex process, Gawande provides loads of evidence, research and stories to make anyone a believer in the power of a simple checklist. There are some key take-aways from the […]
by Jessica Delaney, Principal, Engagement + Strategic Communications There are many realities the pandemic has created and there has been much suffering, but our planet has rejoiced. Air quality improvements are off the charts, with major cities showing shocking before and after images related to improved air quality. Wildlife has expanded into areas previously dominated […]
Engagement when done right leads to better decisions. Whether they are big decisions on climate action or smaller decisions close home, understanding the impacts, ideas and motivations of those who will be affected by the decision just makes sense. So, if over the last two months or so you’ve had an opinion on how BC […]
by Valerie Delaney, Principal, Learning + Development We recently released a kids’ journal activity to help families talk with their kids about their feelings during COVID-19. The response has been so positive, we decided to release a COVID-19 journal for teenagers. These are challenging times for everyone – from little one to big ones – […]
“My resolution is to invest more in the wellness and skills development of people doing the work of public engagement. I have come to realize that engagement is really about human connection and democracy, and so it’s really difficult if your colleagues, clients, staff or partners are feeling beat up, tired, and suffering from a […]
A key question in my practice is this: “how do I continue to bring a creative approach to engaging and understanding the needs of the populations I seek to engage?”. Events such as the iap2 North American Conference often provide me with the welcome opportunity to take a fresh look at this very question. I […]
- Explaining the Spectrum to Decision MakersOctober 15, 2020 - 12:15 pm
- Happy Thanksgiving from Our Family to YoursOctober 9, 2020 - 1:02 pm
- Out with the old! Cracking the code on stellar engagement planningOctober 8, 2020 - 10:59 am
- Delaney – The Engagement People & Provincial Language Service – Provincial Health Services Authority Honoured for Improving Medical Access for Deaf, Deaf-blind and Hard of Hearing CommunitySeptember 30, 2020 - 4:45 pm