• Neighbours

    What do your communities really think?

  • Community Engagement

    What?

    Assess community views of your operations and specific community engagement efforts. Establish a baseline of perceptions in the community.

     

    Why?

    So you can understand where your organisation stands with your communities and what would help enhance their trust. While it varies for industry, community trust is important for an organisation's 'licence to operate'.

     

    How we help?

    We provide an external lens to provide a neutral assessment of the community's view. Through our approach, we can identify what really matters for the community, and suggest actions which could improve relations.

  • Our added value

    We focus on understanding the Client - what they know, who they know and what they want to achieve

    We have experience conducting stakeholder engagement for large, complex organisations

    Neutral assessment, review and analysis of the community's view of your operations, and your community actions - what is working, what is not

    Deep-dive into specific issues identified, and their importance, relative to other drivers of opinion

  • What our clients say about our community engagement...

    "Good neighbours go and listen"

    Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Director

    Infrastructure

    What our clients say about our community engagement...

    "Research showed that the level of support for the process is higher among those who are aware of the process"

    Head of stakeholder engagement and communication

    Government Agency

  • News & Views

    Hackathons for social good

    Hackathons have been used to bring people together work through to address social and sustainability challenges.

    Read a previous blog on hackathons, what they, and why they are interesting, here.

    Think about who you are not listening to

    Whom in your community is under-represented in your strategies as they are today, who is not being heard?

    Read a previous blog on the voiceless, here.

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