Stakeholder Engagement Strategy
The most significant challenge to public engagement is the limited amount of contemporary stakeholder development strategies.
The challenge for stakeholders is referred to as the data relationship divide.
The model prepares stakeholders to communicate data to individuals, groups, organizations, businesses and families.
Additionally, the model upgrades the ability of stakeholders to accurately collect data from neighborhoods and communities.
Finally, the model develops the ability of stakeholders to circulate data .
The critical success factor is to effectively communicate, collect and circulate data to urban, suburban and rural communities.
Capacity to engage with data.
Neighborhood Leader - data to residents of a neighborhood
Community Leader - data service in a community
Faith Leader - data in a faith location
Small Business Leader - data in a business location
Corporate Leader - data in a corporation
Government Leader - data in city, county, state, federal government
Capacity to respond to data.
Plan, Develop, Evaluate, Analyze data
Capacity to measure data.
Quantitative Measures…...Qualitative Measures for data
Capacity to participate in data.
Programs, Projects, Ministries, Initiatives, Coalitions, Collaborations, Networks
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT PLAN
A comprehensive stakeholder engagement plan allows for the participation of neighborhood, community, faith and small business stakeholders.
The engagement plan strategy empowers stakeholders to communicate, collect and distribute data.
The strategy makes available an assessment of stakeholder issues and informs the design of roundtable discussions, development sessions, summits and conferences.
Function: Facilitate communication
Roundtable discussions build the capacity to engage with data. Discussions display how to facilitate ideas.
They engage stakeholders, and provide a framework for terms, explanations and intentions to be stated, collected and displayed. They compare approaches to partnership/collaboration.
Function: Conduct assessments to impact prevention/intervention strategies
Development sessions build the capacity to respond with data. Sessions display how to conduct assessments. They respond to stakeholders' emotions about leadership and organize ideas and resolve conflicts with data driven practices for each category of stakeholders. They prioritize outcomes, solutions and best practices among collaborative partners.
Function: Design practices for funding resources
Situational summits build the capacity to measure data. Summits display how to use quantitative measures and qualitative measures. They measure data of stakeholders, explore communication strategies to sustain collaboration and resource management, and allow stakeholders to have effective roundtable discussions and development sessions.
Function: Coordinate participation
Stakeholder conferences build the capacity to participate with data. Conferences display how to plan, develop, evaluate and analyze projects, programs, ministries, initiatives, coalitions and collaborations and networks. They identify strategies of stakeholders.