We can now offer our best practice dialogue design, facilitation and training online!
Over the past few months we have successfully delivered online workshops and seminars and worked with organisations to make sure their projects won’t lose momentum!
This September we are running a one-day online workshop and have also scheduled six online seminars, running from October to December 2020. To find out more see our Online Training page.
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.
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As part of their Wild Science Podcast series, the Institute of Zoology interviewed Dialogue Matters’ Director Diana Pound in last month’s podcast asking the question: “Can we find better ways to live with wildlife?”.
Dialogue Matters’ Director Diana Pound attended the IUCN conference in Rotterdam this month and was awarded the CEC Excellence Award 2019, Western Europe by the IUCN.
When we ask our clients and training attendees what hindered them most when trying to engage in full stakeholder participation, and the overriding response was time and money – confidence and knowledge didn’t get a single vote! We want to give some solutions to this, so here goes!