Podcast | Understanding One Another – Changes in Civil Discourse

Engaged residents are great in a community, but they don’t always see eye-to-eye. What are the factors that create misunderstandings and how can we, as municipal leaders, work to foster positive, productive dialogue? ULCT Executive Director Cameron Diehl speaks to the Chief Engagement Officer of MetroQuest, Dave Biggs, who also spoke at the ULCT Annual Convention, about strategies that will help us all come together.

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[Webinar] The City of Austin’s Online Public Engagement Playbook

Liane Miller tells us how she engaged 5,100+ residents online to help inform and shape the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan, the first locally-focused comprehensive transportation plan.

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[Case Study] Chapel Hill Collects over 11,000 Data Points

Learn how the Town of Chapel Hill embarked on several outreach initiatives to collect meaningful public input online for their Comprehensive Plan – Chapel Hill 2020.

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[eBook] Six Drawbacks of Multiple Choice Surveys

Are multiple choice surveys putting public engagement at risk? Explore 21 tips to overcome the drawbacks confirmed by 250+ planning professionals.

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