Would unlocking stories of failed engagement evolve the practice of engagement in Australia today? New eBook outlines challenges and recommendations for future skills for practitioners.
In April 2021 I started in an Equity Leadership role in our regional health response to COVID-19. My responsibility was to the 18,000 Pasifika people living and working across our region. It was one of those roles that was meant to be for up to 3 months and as I write this article my assignment is coming to an end.
We are thrilled to announce the first release of ultra early bird tickets for the Annual IAP2 Australasia Conference, 26-28 October, 2022 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
This year’s IAP2 Australasia Conference will see a welcome return to face-to-face sessions where industry leaders and innovators will come together to discuss engagement practice and thinking around the conference themes of Brave. New. World.
IAP2A launches a dedicated Local Government Hub with a range of community engagement resources to support practitioners in Local Government.
I have spent my career creating content that captures imagination and attention. I have wiled away many hours crafting the perfect “corporate narrative” (sorry, even writing that jargon hurts) and getting key messages out there.
Future Skills of Engagement Practitioners offers a reflection on the current state of the industry in Australia. We take a critical lens to what is often left unexamined and identify five fundamental challenges that face the profession, concluding with recommendations to meet these issues – now and in the future.
Hey Joel, I remember what it was like for you starting out as an engagement practitioner. Why, because I am you, with just a few more grey hairs and an increased tendency to make more noise when I move!