(When) Enough is Enough: the future of community engagement when we're all over-engaged
Come bright and early for this informal ‘up close and personal’ session with Kyle. He’ll be tackling those challenging questions of … How to know when you've done enough on a project/effort and when to say when; and how to avoid/design processes to account for engagement fatigue among key groups and community members.
Numbers are strictly limited to ensure everyone is able to be involved and ask their ‘sticky’ questions. Be quick to secure your place now!
Kyle brings over a decade of civic engagement, public policy, and political organizing experience to oversee the strategic and organizational development of the Jefferson Center.
He received his BA in Political Scien...
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