Explore ways to improve the public engagement process. Presenters from St. Paul, Memphis and Los Angeles offer three different perspectives on getting better outcomes from public meetings and suggest techniques for expanding outreach and gaining support. Learn about psychological concepts that can be applied to add transparency and consistency to the public process while increasing insight and buy-in. Find out how the City of Memphis scales outreach efforts to the size and impact of the project, and how pop-up workshops can engage new stakeholder groups and generate better input. This is a 75-minute webinar.
• Understand key psychological concepts that affect public process
• Give examples of successful techniques for public engagement
• Describe how public process can adapt to different types of projects
Emily P. G. Erickson, Master's Candidate in Counseling Psychology, University of St. Thomas
Jessie Holzer, Planner, Alta Planning + Design
Kyle Wagenschutz, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator, City of Memphis
Recorded December 17, 2014
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