Community Well-Being

How Digital Engagement Improves Social, Cultural, Environmental and Economic Outcomes

On the heels of New Zealand’s first “well-being budget” in 2019, prioritising well-being over economic growth, our eGuide sets out ways to help you deliver on this new living-standards framework and shows how Rotorua Lakes Council and Queenstown Lakes District Council put the standards into practice.

Learn about the five key elements of a robust engagement framework, including:

  1. Developing a policy statement
  2. Building internal capacity and providing staff support
  3. Developing a community engagement process
  4. Providing an online space for internal and external consultation
  5. Fostering a continual-improvement culture

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Sally Hussey
Sally Hussey is Bang the Table's Principal Writer and Editorial Director. She has an extensive background in the publishing, academic and cultural sectors.