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As nonprofit managers and directors, we know it’s important to engage stakeholders. But we frequently forget to prioritize authentic stakeholder engagement or we wait too long to start the process. This is a missed opportunity that leads to lower trust and often can result in miscommunications.
Authentic stakeholder engagement – in contrast – has many benefits that include better program design, improved communication, relationship building, more opportunities for funding, and more impact on your goals. In this webinar, you will learn:
- Who should we include in our stakeholder engagement?
- How many people do we invite?
- How do we connect with diverse and/or previously underrepresented groups in a way that empowers them?
- How do we structure the sessions to get honest, and constructive feedback?
- When should we do the engagement sessions?
Set a reminder for Wednesday, February 1st, at 2:00 PM CT! You’ll have a unique opportunity to network with your peers in the sector, present questions and concerns regarding the topic, and participate in our live Q&A at the end of the presentation. Have a question in mind? Try dropping it in our new comment box on the registration form for us to share with our presenter.
February 1 | 2:00-3:00PM CT
About the presenter
Elizabeth Schuster is an Environmental Economist with diverse experience working in manufacturing, agriculture, non-profits, academic institutions, and government. Elizabeth brings over 20 years of experience in sustainability and community economic development in the United States and internationally.
She founded Sustainable Economies Consulting due to her passion for helping organizations have more positive impact on communities while obtaining more funding.