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Schedule tight? Looking for a break? Recharge your P2 batteries and extend your stay!

sunWhether you’re within driving distance or a short flight away, these one-day training options may be just the ticket for your busy schedule! The 2016 Skill Symposium offers one, two and three-day workshops designed to meet your professional development needs.

What’s more – if you can work it in – extend your stay! Bring the family to sunny San Diego for the weekend to take advantage of the special conference rate – $139.00/nightavailable through the weekend!

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Engaging with Influence
Increase your influence with key decision-makers!

Join IAP2 Licensed Foundations trainer Michelle Feenan from Queensland, Australia and New Zealand’s Anne Pattillo, an international leader in the art of engagement and participation, in this one-day exploration of how to build your professional credibility and increase the uptake of your professional advice.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Build your understanding of the professional standards for ethical practice
  • Build your credibility for genuine engagement
  • Work with status practice new approaches to be influential by tailoring your approach to the decision-making style of the key people in your network
  • Practice the six critical engagement conversations build accountability and commitment

Add Engaging with Influence to your public participation toolbox to create sustainable results.

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Engagement Evaluation
Learn how to embed evaluation into your public participation and engagement projects or initiatives.

Join Anne Pattillo, workshop co-designer with participatory evaluation expert Dr. Jess Dart, and IAP2 Licensed Foundations trainer Michelle Feenan from Queensland, Australia in this one-day exploration of the principles and tools to design an evaluation of public participation and engagement projects or initiatives.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Understand how to scope an engagement evaluation and design an evaluation framework
  • Understand the role of key evaluation questions and explore ethical considerations for data collection
  • Learn a set of practical steps to select appropriate methods for evaluation
  • Practice using a range of methods to describe and measure effectiveness
  • Identify common pitfalls in data analysis
  • Create a skeleton evaluation plan for a real project

Add Engagement Evaluation to your public participation toolbox to create sustainable results.

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Digital Engagement in P2
Learn how to use information and communications technologies to support your public participation practice!

Join Tim Bonnemann, IAP2 USA board member and founder, president and CEO of Intellitics, Inc. in this lively presentation of how to effectively use technology to drive participatory processes and outcomes.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Know when and why to use digital tools to widen, deepen or strengthen public participation
  • Identify the points in the design of a public participation process when decisions about the use of digital technologies should be made
  • Use worksheets and other design aids (to be handed out at the workshop or made available online) that inventory the factors to consider in assessing benefits to organizations of use of digital engagement in specific situations, and in choosing, adapting or designing digital tools and processes
  • Identify common pitfalls and challenges and develop mitigation strategies
  • Know where to find high quality information
  • Know how to make the case for digital engagement to peers and superiors

Add Digital Engagement to your public participation toolbox to create sustainable results.

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More Tools!
Fill your toolbox with 4 new, innovative and effective community involvement techniques: Conversation Toolkit, Socratic Circle, Ideas Fair and Culturally Sensitive approaches to Community Involvement.

Join Dialogue Partners’ Stephani Roy McCallum, IAP2 Licensed trainer and lead developer of IAP2’s Emotion, Outrage and Public Participation course, and Erin Pote, teacher, facilitator, and community builder, in this one-day exploration of new tools you can add to your toolbox.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Experience a participatory and interactive session that outlines 4 new tools for Community Involvement
  • Test the tools and express concerns, ideas and perspectives in a supported way
  • Identify how and when to use the tools in their processes
    Connect with a tool that will be useful in their work
  • Understand the tools and how they would be useful in different projects and with different stakeholders

Add Conversation Toolkit, Socratic Circle, Ideas Fair and Culturally Sensitive approaches to Community Involvement to your public participation toolbox to create sustainable results.

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