Enabling Change: Useful resources

Enabling Change has a whole lot of useful resources on creating change. I particularly like the following:

  1. How to change the world – one conversation at a time, provides some useful tips on how to facilitate conversations help promote social change.
  2. The easy to use tip sheets on a range of topics for community groups (e.g. How to plan activities, How get media coverage, How to recruit new members).
  3. The facilitator’s guide to collaborative planning, an easy to read guide to (surprisingly) facilitating collaborative planning!
  4. Get read: A guide to making reader-friendly publications, a resource I need to study more closely.

While the focus is on social change and activism, the resources would be useful in a range of other situations.

Enabling Change is the website of Les Robinson, an Australian communication and behaviour change consultant and trainer.

About Graeme Stuart

Lecturer (Family Action Centre, Newcastle Uni), blogger (Sustaining Community), environmentalist, Alternatives to Violence Project facilitator, father. Passionate about families, community development, peace & sustainability.
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One Response to Enabling Change: Useful resources

  1. I am familiar with “How to change the world – one conversation at a time” by Les Robinson and have found it to be a very useful guide in furthering my own sustainability efforts, and those of my company. As the world continues to develop and the global population increases, the challenges relating to preservation of nature, wildlife, and natural resources will continue to grow. Education, awareness, and a meeting of the minds will help to ensure that future development and urban growth possesses a strong element of responsibility to the environment and those life forms who call this planet, home.


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