FUTURE IQ®’S STAKEHOLDER AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT METHODS ALLOW PEOPLE TO BE PART OF THE DECISION MAKING, VISIONING AND PLANNING PROCESS
Future iQ’s unique Future Shift℠ – Stakeholder and Community Engagement – processes consists of large scale, extensive, participative methods which are typically achieved through multiple workshops, focus group sessions and online survey mechanisms.
Participative and Collaborative
Future iQ’s Stakeholder and Community Engagement process engages a wide range of people and stakeholders to participate in a collaborative manner. We believe a key to successful engagement includes making sure people know their input matters.
Through a process of surveys, data collection, workshops and focus groups, Future iQ have the ability to help people reach consensus around a shared vision, and facilitate sometimes difficult discussions in a smooth, respectful and focused manner.
Facilitating Real Conversation
Future iQ engage stakeholders in real discussions that address short term obstacles to ensure long term success. We get beyond the veil, to surface and discuss the most important issues and transparent manner.
Shift to New Future via Actions
Through built consensus and real conversations, a shift happens to create the shared vision of the future. This is then followed by thoughtful and strategic action planning that helps align resources and efforts.
A DIVERSE PORTFOLIO OF STAKEHOLDER AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROJECTS
Future iQ is a market leader in stakeholder and community engagement, with refined methods built up over many years of experience. The ability to create participative and collaborative processes, where stakeholders and communities get to have the real conversations that matter, leads to shared consensus and strategic success.
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STAKEHOLDER AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WHICH BUILDS SHARED VISION AND COLLECTIVE IMPACT
The participative approaches used in Future iQ’s Stakeholder and Community Engagement processes, include surveys, focus groups and workshops. This collects large volumes of data which is analysed to explore the issues and themes that are most important to people. Our analysis is qualitative and quantitative, and helps builds the complete picture of people’s perspectives and priorities.