Best Practices for Establishing Deeper Collaboration with Your Community using ArcGIS Hub

Are you looking for new ways to build trust and sustained engagement with stakeholders while working toward your shared goals and initiatives?

ArcGIS Hub is an online engagement and collaboration platform that helps organizations work more effectively with their communities. It allows organizations to leverage their existing data and technology while working together with internal and external stakeholders to track progress, improve outcomes, and create vibrant communities.

With ArcGIS Hub, you can extend engagement even further with people outside of your organization to maximize communication, collaboration, and data-sharing. During the webinar we’ll share real world examples, best practices, and workflows you can put into practice to establish deeper collaboration with residents, partners, and stakeholders across your community.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Use community engagement tools to increase trust and transparency.
  • Leverage ArcGIS Hub’s built-in tools such as discussions, map-based surveys, and events to establish meaningful and continued digital engagement spaces.
  • Create teams (trusted working groups) inside your Hub to facilitate collaboration on focused initiatives and projects.

Who should attend?

  • Communication managers: Public Information Officers (PIOs), community outreach coordinators, and engagement managers
  • State and local government program managers and directors: Transportation, Public Works, Public Safety, Parks and Recreation, Health and Human Services, Economic Development, etc.
  • Data managers: Chief Data Officers (CDOs), Geographic Information Officers (GIOs), and GIS managers and analysts
  • Nonprofit, volunteer, and community-based organization program managers
  • Regional and urban planners

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