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Community Engagement with the Virtual Peer Input Process

Posted on April 21, 2020
By Tamarack Institute
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Are you struggling to make a breakthrough on an idea or new project? You can crowdsource the wisdom of your team using the Virtual Peer Input Process.

We know that many of you are spending a lot of time on zoom or other virtual platforms to connect as you work from home. The Virtual Peer Input Process is a great way to focus a team’s discussion to make progress on an idea, practice or challenge you and your work or community team are facing. There are three important roles in the Peer Input Process: the process facilitator; the person presenting a question or opportunity; and a peer group willing to respond and share their wisdom. A focused Virtual Peer Input Process can be done in less than 1 hour. It can be fun and engaging. We have found that everyone has something to contribute and the conversation can be used to jumpstart a change process or solve a dilemma.

Why don’t you try the Virtual Peer Input Process at your next team or community partners meeting? Let us know how it worked.

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Topics:
Community Engagement, Community Building, COVID-19


Tamarack Institute

By Tamarack Institute

The Tamarack Institute is a connected force for community change. We work with leaders in non-profits, governments, businesses and the community to make work of advancing positive community change easier and more effective. We do this by teaching and writing about collective impact, community engagement, collaborative leadership, community development, and evaluating community impact. We host two learning communities Cities Reducing Poverty and Cities Deepening Community turning theory into action.

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