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Discussions with experts about best practices and potential of public participation to strengthen the bond between citizen and institution.

Inside P2 Joseph Thornley

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Discussions with experts about best practices and potential of public participation to strengthen the bond between citizen and institution.

    Inside PR 553: The Future of the PR Industry

    Inside PR 553: The Future of the PR Industry

    On this episode 553 of Inside PR, Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman, and Joe Thornley do a special recording for the Earned Media Mastery Summit with Agility PR Solutions. They discuss the future of the PR industry—exciting things to come, as well as the challenges young professionals will face.

    • 26 min
    The Plumbing of the Internet

    The Plumbing of the Internet

    On this bi-weekly episode of Inside PR, Joe Thornley, Martin Waxman, and Gini Dietrich discuss the plumbing of the internet, from Feedburner and its replacements to how marketing automation works in the deep dark areas of the web and how video continues to evolve as we adapt

    • 21 min
    Favorite Tools for Comms Experts...IPR 547

    Favorite Tools for Comms Experts...IPR 547

    On this week's episode of Inside PR, Joe Thornley, Martin Waxman, and Gini Dietrich discuss our favorite tools and what has changed—and what has stayed the same—since COVID hit.

    • 23 min
    Kylie Cochrane, Chair of the International Association for Public Participation (Inside P2 013)

    Kylie Cochrane, Chair of the International Association for Public Participation (Inside P2 013)

    On the show today, an interview with the Global Chair of the International Association for Public Participation, Kylie Cochrane.
    IAP2 is a federation of regional IAP2 organizations such as IAP2 USA and IAP2 Canada. Kylie Cochrane is the Chair of the overarching federation. And while we were both at the IAP2 North America Conference in Victoria, she sat down with me to talk about IAP2, its changing structure, major issues in the P2 practice and a look into the future.
    Our discussion covered:
    • The change process IAP2 is going through
    • The areas of greatest activity.
    • The enhancement of credibility and respect that has been accorded to the practice of public engagement that has resulted from the establishment of the Open Government Partnership
    • The need for P2 practitioners to evolve our practices and tools to keep up with the interconnected activist groups' sophisticated use of social media and technology

    • 14 min
    IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert on three years of achievements and what's next

    IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert on three years of achievements and what's next

    During the IAP2 North American Conference in Victoria, Joseph Thornley sat down with outgoing IAP2 Canada President Bruce Gilbert to discuss the accomplishments during Bruce's three years as President and what's next. The growth of IAP2 Canada's membership at a time that many organizations are seeing declining growth; The reasons that the growth in IAP2 Canada's membership has been greatest in Western Canada while the east has lagged - and what can be done to promote growth in the east; The first Canadian skill symposium as a harbinger of an increasing emphasis at the region level to skills and expertise transference; The importance of IAP2 Canada providing a training program that is provided in both English and French; The importance of the new certification program and the challenge of promoting it to practitioners and employers; And his next challenge? Bruce is staying active in IAP2 as Canada's rep on the IAP2 Federation, where he will continue to participate in the change exercise. And beyond that, as a former senior official in the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Bruce wants to reach out other senior government officials to prozelityze the merits and benefits of senior participation.

    • 19 min
    EngagePhase Editor Tim Bonnemann on covering the public participation industry

    EngagePhase Editor Tim Bonnemann on covering the public participation industry

    EngagePhase Weekly is the only newsletter that covers the public participation industry in North America and around the world.  And today, EngagePhase Editor-in-Chief Tim Bonneman joins Joseph Thornley to talk about what it took to get EngagePhase going, how he covers the industry and what to expect from EngagePhase in the future.
    Linkworthy Check out these sources that provide context for this week’s discussion.
    Tim Bonnemann on Twitter and LinkedIn EngagePhase IAP2 USA IAP2 Canada IAP2 Australia National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD) Engage2Act It’s your turn Inside P2 is produced by Joseph Thornley. I’d love to know what you think about the topics in this podcast, topics you’d like me to cover in future podcasts and people you’d like to hear from.
    Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog post Join the Inside P2 Facebook Group Tweet to @InsideP2Podcast Email InsideP2Podcast@Gmail.com Subscribe Subscribe in Apple Podcasts Subscribe in Google Play Music Subscribe in Spotify Reviews help others to find this podcast. If you like this podcast, please review Inside P2 on Apple Podcasts.
    EngagePhase Editor Tim Bonnemann on covering the public participation industry (Inside P2 011) by Joseph Thornley is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

    • 23 min

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