Tools and Techniques for Engagement and Connection
Princeton Community Work’s online conference includes several sessions called “Engage and Connect.” Presented in these sessions are tools and techniques that facilitate getting to know colleagues and coworkers and dive deeper into your relationships with them. Not only will you practice a particular technique, but you can can bring it to your organization, too! This adds value as you work with board, staff, volunteers, the community and even your friends and family.
Connecting with each other does not happen by chance. By creating structured ways for people to connect and have meaningful conversations we will engage each other and offer incredible opportunities to see each other as unique individuals.
Each one of these techniques will:
- Enable each person to have a voice and be included.
- Allow introverts an opportunity to think in silence.
- Help people listen because they have written down their their thoughts.
- Generate multiple ideas and viewpoints.
- Foster a nonjudgmental environment.
- Prevent any one person from dominating.
- Help level the playing field and the power dynamics.
Download our full information sheet describing each session. 2023 Engage and Connect Activity Guide
If you have questions on using these techniques, please contact: Marge Smith, 609-213-5673 or email@example.com