- We have new municipal leaders. How can we effectively work with and engage them? This #healthpromochat discusses tools and approaches for putting our positions forward and building effective relationships.
- — HC Link (@HC_Link)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:59:35Remember you can always continue the discussion on our online Policy Learning Community: http://www.hclinkontario.ca/index.php/resources/learning-community.html … #HealthPromoChat
- — Health Nexus (@Health_Nexus)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:58:12Very informative #HealthPromoChat on post-election approaches to work with politicians! Thank you to all who participated!
- — Andrea Bodkin (@andreabodkin)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:53:25A4 I think it's important to build the relshp BEFORE the ask. Don't introduce urself with an ask, but build rlshp first #healthpromochat
- — Alison Stirling (@alisonstirling)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:49:05
- — Robyn Kalda (@MoreCoffeePls)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:48:28#healthpromochat A4 Take time to build relationships with them as humans. Info-sharing, small updates. Don't always go in with an ask.
- — Shawna (@s_scale)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:45:31@PublicHealthON 8 Steps to Policy Development is a tool to support policy devt &assess readiness http://www.publichealthontario.ca/en/eRepository/Eight_steps_to_policy_development_2012.pdf … #healthpromochat
- — Robyn Kalda (@MoreCoffeePls)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:44:23#healthpromochat Perhaps we can take good news eg http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-s-child-poverty-rate-down-despite-recession-unicef-finds-1.2815426 …, congratulate politicians and offer ways to build on it
- — HC Link (@HC_Link)Tue, Oct 28 2014 19:42:24A3-@UofAPublicHlth Resource “Policy Readiness Tool” provides questionnaire&recommended strategies: http://policyreadinesstool.com/wp-content/uploads/Policy-Readiness-Tool_English.pdf … #HealthPromoChat
#healthpromochat October 28, 2014
How to effectively work with elected officials
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