Engaging citizens and communities in strong two-way relationships is a lot of work.
Some citizens are simply disengaged making it hard for local gov and other public sector providers to stay relevant and trusted. Designing services around people is difficult if they don’t get involved!
Yet, research tells us that those who do keep residents engaged see higher satisfaction levels for local services.
Digital and social media is one of the best ways to help achieve this, enabling public sector organisations to effectively reach citizens and create space for two-way conversations.
Join us for this webinar with Jonathan Bradley, Engagement Specialist & Head of Practice at Bang The Table, a provider of online community engagement services. We examine how digital and social media engagement helps foster stronger relationships with citizens, and bring huge benefits in improved decision-making around key topics or campaigns.
What you’ll learn:
- The problem with disengaged citizens.
- Using social media and digital engagement to reach citizens and communities.
- Creating safe and engaging places for valuable public discourse.
- Plus, a live Q&A at the end.