This tool is one I developed for a quick session I taught at Tamarack's recent learning gathering in Vancouver, Community Engagement: The Next Generation. It provides an overview on the NetPromoter score, Likert Scales, the Semantic Differential Scale and Visual scales for collecting and measuring feedback from those you are engaged with. CLICK HERE FOR … Continue reading SCALES FOR EVALUATING ENGAGEMENT SATISFACTION
I recently wrote this info sheet on Strategic Dialogue, which is a riff off of the good work of David Bohm. It provides some great guidelines for group thinking and conversation. Download it HERE.
As some of you may know, I often open and close Tamarack gatherings with original music. Some years ago I wrote The Truth We Find in All that We Deny and since then have performed it numerous times around the country. You can listen to a version of it HERE. That simple song is about … Continue reading IF WE WANT TO CHANGE THE WORLD
Cross posted at http://www.vibrantcommunities.ca I waspreparing for the community engagement learning event Tamarack was doing in Ottawa last month called Community Engagement: The Next Generation. One of the workshops I wanted to do was on engagement of marginalized populations, in particular those living in poverty. My exploration of this topic led me to some provocative writing by … Continue reading Trickle-Down Community Engagement
What a summit it was! 260 people from Canada, the United States, Denmark, Guatemala, Singpore, New Zealand and beyond, working and learning together, inspired by the likes of Al Etmanski (my favorite speaker at the event), Fay Hanleybrown, Stacey Stewart, and Karen Pittman - all of whom gave keynote addresses. Dozens of workshops were led by Paul Born, … Continue reading Tamarack 2015 Community Impact Summit. Phew!
I performed this song at the opening of Tamarack Institute's Poverty Reduction Summit, held in Ottawa in 2015. It was recorded one late afternoon and amazingly we did it in one take. Thanks to Tamarack's Will Snyder for recording and editing this video. If clicking the image fails, click HERE.