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The Process of Community Engagement

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Published on Dec 6, 2012

An idea is generated, a vision is captured, and someone somewhere is ready to launch a plan. Immediately it becomes clear that the plan is missing key ingredients: the support and ideas of the community it will impact (will it impact?). This scenario is not uncommon in our local communities and usually describes a plan that will fail. Successful leadership understands the value of engaging the community in developing ideas, making decisions, and implementing plans. The presenter will lead us in discussing why engagement is needed, who makes it happen, and the process that sets the stage for a successful dialogue.

Our presenter: Martha Walker, Ph.D., Community Viability Specialist with Virginia Cooperative Extension

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