Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and changes that are happening, we have moved all of our meetings and training online – and have found this can be done! So don’t put your projects on hold – we can now offer our best practice dialogue design, facilitation and training online! We have also put together a guide for better online meetings, that can be downloaded for free.
If you think we can help your organisation with more complex, virtual workshops, training or meetings, please get in touch and let’s talk!
DIALOGUE MATTERS are experts in Stakeholder Dialogue and Facilitation. Our unique approach combines participatory learning and knowledge-sharing techniques to build consensus in environmental management scenarios. Our design process consistently obtains fantastic results, with parties reaching agreement on the best possible outcomes.
Dialogue absolutely matters.
We have been offering expert training in Stakeholder Participation and Facilitation for 20 years, and run both residential and in-house courses. Our training equips participants with the skills necessary to understand, design and run their own effective participation processes. We have successfully trained delegates from many organisations, including the Wildlife Trusts, Natural England and DEFRA.
OUR LATEST ARTICLES, NEWS & BLOG
Stakeholder Dialogue is about giving everyone an equal voice, and that should include the younger generations too.
Facilitation takes confidence and the willingness to learn simply by doing, which brings with it the risk of making mistakes in front of those you’re trying to facilitate.
Changes of power can occur at three interconnected levels: the personal, group and wider social sphere
News & Training
We now offer all of our training and workshops online!
One of Dialogue Matters’ greatest achievements of 2019 was running a successful project with the Greater London Authority (GLA).
This December 2019 edition of the SocEnv interviews Diana Pound about her career, the career path she has taken and what her advice to young environmentalists would be.